edit Logo apparel and promotional products for every company's budget
First impressions are powerful. And one of the first impressions people get of a company is made by the work uniforms its employees wear.
ImageWear Solutions helps companies find the right logo apparel and promotional products to fit their marketing budget.
|“||Our goal is to exceed our customers' expectations and to develop client relationships by delivering quality, affordable products in a timely manner.||”|
edit Affordable work apparel for employees and product promotionswork apparel is an effective way for any business or organization to promote its style, image, products and services.
ImageWear Solutions offers a carefully chosen selection of work apparel and promotional products that are appropriate for diverse industries:
- Grocery stores, including independent chains
- Health care and pharmaceutical organizations
- Colleges and universities
- Hospitality, including restaurants and diners
- Small businesses and start-ups
- Community and nonprofit groups
ImageWear Solutions consults carefully with every client to learn about its clothing needs, style and budget. The company then offers a tailored selection of appropriate work apparel to be embroidered or screen printed with the client's logo.
Its own in-house art department creates custom designs for ImageWear Solutions clients. Companies can choose durable, comfortable work apparel with logos in custom embroidery or high quality screen printing.
edit Promotional products: Let your customer carry your messagepromotional products for every budget. All items can be printed with the company logo, image or message -- another way for companies and nonprofits to make the most of their marketing budgets.
Best of all, ImageWear Solutions offers samples of promotional products so company marketing directors can see and feel them before ordering.
edit An eco-friendly Pacific Northwest company
It’s not often easy for marketing companies to set themselves apart from their competition. But ImageWear Solutions has done this through demonstrating a business commitment to environmentally friendly products that are functional and fun.
—ImageWear Solutions, Portland, OR
ImageWear Solutions product catalog includes an array of work apparel and promotional products that are made with recycled, biodegradable, and Eco friendly materials.
To underscore their environmental commitment, the company relocated to a centrally located green building in Portland, Oregon, to reduce employee commuting and foster environmental responsibility.
edit Building a business that's committed to its community
Springdale needed affordable work apparel, and ImageWear Solutions was thrilled to help. In fact, ImageWear Solutions offered its first customer a substantial discount, and set out to become the most notable and reliable provider of work apparel and uniforms in Oregon.
Soon thereafter, the company received several more orders from companies and groups based in the Pacific Northwest, such as West Seattle Thriftway, Elk Grove Grocery Outlet, Duckwall-Pooley Fruit Company & Willamette View Manor.
|“||My vision and hope is to build a local company that is not only profitable, but gives back to the community in which we live.||”|
—Gary Powell, Owner, ImageWear Solutions
ImageWear Solutions proudly supports Portland Police Bureau’s Sunshine Division, an emergency food relief program, and The Dougy Center, a safe place for grieving children and families. Other non-profits receive free one-color set up and other discounts on product orders.
edit Contact ImageWear Solutions for free consultation or catalog
- Call toll free 1-877-293-4668
- Send a website email
- Request a catalog
- Image Wear Blog — Useful tips and information on work apparel trends and materials, trade show promotion and more for marketing professionals.
edit Follow ImageWear Solutions
- 107 SE Washington St - Ste 241
- Portland, Oregon 97214
|“||Thank you for all your hard work. Everything looks awesome! It’s been a pleasure working with you.||”|
—Cheryl Ervin, West Seattle Thriftway
|“||Thank you very much for taking care of us. I really appreciate your initiative and willingness to accommodate us! I look forward to working with you in the future!||”|
—Cheryl Lisowski, The Seattle Times
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