Portfolio

We have helped many customers solve their problems and we’d love to help you too. Below are a few examples of how we were able to assist with success.

Problem

Marketing department wanted a more efficient way of running their company’s embroidered and screen printed apparel program.”I have all these odd sizes left over from the last couple of years that I’m stuck with. I can’t get my regular job done because I’m constantly having to help an employee with one logoed shirt. Got any ideas on what I can do?”

Solution

The Monogram Company created an e-store for the corporation. Employees can now go to their employer’s website and click on “Company Store ” for clothing options. Orders come in directly to The Monogram Company and are processed on a weekly basis and delivered or shipped. With employee input, new styles are occasionally added. There are no leftover sizes and marketing has much more time to do marketing.

Problem

An international electronics company was going to do a display at an industry trade show in San Francisco and needed an idea for promotional products. “We have a limited per person budget but want something that will be unique and memorable.”

Solution

Fortune cookies were the answer. The theme fit great because of the Chinatown aspect of San Francisco and the fact that the company’s headquarters are in Asia. Each cookie was individually wrapped and had a message “fortune” inside from the company that also included contact information. No matter where the cookie was opened it was easy to slip the paper into a pocket or purse for future reference.

Problem

Police Force needed all new uniforms. “Our department looks like….  We got guys with faded worn looking pants and shirts and jackets that don’t match. We need to look more professional and we’re hoping for some help. Our fire department recommended you.”

Solution

Because of the number of quality uniform manufactures The Monogram Company works with and our years of experience we were able to narrow down the best options. Samples were then brought in and several officers tried out the shirts and pants. The department went with The Monogram Company and our division A & B Uniforms.  All individuals were measured and the appropriate uniforms ordered. The uniforms were then altered in-house to specifications and department patches and American flag patches were sewn on. Each individual’s uniform pieces were then packed separately and delivered for easy distribution.