The dream team has done it again. The evolution of the dream ink logo continues as we give it the 3D treatment! We have always kept a “similar” look to the logo over the years, finding a fitting process to improve it every few years. We also created other versions we will debut later in the year; just “think ink!” Thanks to advancements in print technology, printing a full color 3D logo is quick and affordable. Since most businesses are moving to the web with their marketing budgets, a 3D logo design is a great way to stand out from the competition.
This years events included haunting the Hollywood Boulevard Cinema and recruiting several new drop-off locations to collect non-perishable food items. dream ink supplied graphic design, print and promotional products to the non-profit organization to raise awareness of their cause. We used glow-in-the-dark t-shirts to draw attention at events which were mostly in the evening and perfect to generate conversation.
Congratulations to Jason McSweeney for being named one of thirteen “Rookies on the Rise” by Advantages Magazine.
Jason McSweeney is the founder and Marketing Mastermind of dream ink. He was recently mentioned as a Rookie on the Rise by the leading promotional products publication. Here is an excerpt published in November 2011 by Advantages Magazine:
Every year dream ink donates our graphic design service to Gemcom, Inc. We design full color car tags that generate donations for Chicagoland veterans. These are printed on a thin aluminum in the shape of a license plate. The American Pride Car Show takes place in Willow Springs, Illinois at Archer and Willow Springs Avenue. Past events have featured every type of make and model of vehicle, from Pre-war and restored cars to 4×4’s and Street Rods. 100% of proceeds benefit Chicagoland Veterans. We are honored to donate our graphic design service for this great event. Gemcom, Inc. is a custom product supplier to the Fire Suppression industry. You can check out their website (which we also designed!) by clicking www.gemcom.com.
dream ink Interviewed for Social Media Marketing Article
Advantages Magazine recently interviewed Jason McSweeney, President of dream ink, regarding social media marketing for business. While the traditional methods of print and promotions have been his focus the past thirteen years, his research and implementation of social media may be the key for business’ not only to reach more than 500 million monthly users, but to interact and provide customer service, problem resolution, and better products and services overall with one application: Facebook. Here is an excerpt from the article:
Looking for the latest trends in custom and corporate apparel?
From glow-in-the-dark t-shirts to corporate apparel, dream ink’s fashionable creative team works with an amazing group of local, quality-conscious screen printers and embroidery experts in creating unique uniforms, team gear and personalized products with your logo. Jason McSweeney, President of dream ink, was recently interview for Counselor magazine. Here is an excerpt from the article on corporate apparel and specialty screen printing:
dream ink’s feature in the newest edition of Wearables has everyone talking about our unique apparel options! Let us create the perfect glow-in-the-dark, metallic foil, glitter or puff printed piece to promote your brand, big event or business IN STYLE! Or take advantage of our unbeatable corporate apparel pricing with our quality-driven embroidery experts. Read an excerpt:
Over 1,400 personalized pencils were donated along with fun, flexible and funky toys, notebooks and whistles which were distributed that day. Our own staff chimed in with gift cards, mp3 players, footballs and basketballs as well to help make this event a success for the deserving K-5 students at Kishwaukee. Working with our suppliers Bic Graphic, Sweda USA, Aakron Rule and Points of Light, dream ink was able to make several worthwhile contributions to Kishwaukee Elementary School’s 2010 Fun Fair in Rockford, Illinois. Over 1,400 personalized pencils were donated along with fun, flexible and funky toys, notebooks and whistles which were distributed that day. Our own staff chimed in with gift cards, mp3 players, footballs and basketballs as well to help make this event a success for the deserving K-5 students at Kishwaukee!
Every year we help Dupage County Senior Services find functional, affordable, and easy to operate promotional products for their clients. In the past we have created custom imprinted umbrellas, imprinted memo clip magnets and multi-function rechargeable LED night light/flashlights (pictured). These products reinforced the message from Senior Services that “we are here for you”. The goal was to find promotional products for seniors that were useful to everyone. Our work with the Dupage County Senior Services department to find the perfect product is one we take very seriously; even the dream team will get old one day!