Have Some Fun In The Sun With All-Over Printing!!

Have some fun with your logo or artwork design by using an all-over print technique. This technique allows you to wrap your logo around the side of water bottles, over the seams of bags, or across the entire front of a t-shirt. Take a look at a few “wrap around” products Social Imprints created for DoSomething.org, Wikipedia, and CA Academy of Sciences.

 

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Social Imprints was selected Bloomberg Businessweek’s “America’s Most Promising Social Entrepreneur 2011″

We’d like to thank all that voted Social Imprints Businessweek’s Most Promising Social Entrepreneur 2011. We were extremely humbled to see how our social mission resonated with everyone around the country. On a humorous note… How ironic is it that we were featured directly above the image of a giant pot leaf?

 

We are pleased to report that our small family has grown! Please welcome James Donovan (Business Development), Yosiell Lorenzo (Graphic Artist), and Abraham Fang (Webstore Manager).

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Social Imprints is proud to be the Official Printer for the National Conference on Volunteering and Service


Conference Materials Printed by Social Imprints

Social Imprints (SI) is proud to have been the official printer for the National Conference on Volunteering and Service (NCVS).  SI designed and produced a variety of collateral materials for the conference, including: conference program guides, banners, corporate business track brochures, badges, buttons, and exhibitor hall foldout maps.

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Social Imprints Honors Champions of Service

To show our appreciation for the great work performed by the “Champions of Service,” Social Imprints gave away an iPad, Starbucks and Target gift cards, & 100 free custom printed t-shirts at our booth.

Check out the video of our lucky iPAD winner, Mrs. Rita Thompson, to see how she’ll use her prize to serve her constituents.

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Our Visit with David Paine Co-Founder of 9/11 Day of Service.

At the 2011 NCVS, MyGoodDeed unveiled a visually stunning 30-foot exhibit memorializing the names of all 2,982 victims lost on September 11th, including the six individuals who were killed in the first attack on the World Trade Center in 1993.  The exhibit is scheduled to be on display in New York, Washington D.C., and other cities throughout the country.

David Pain, 9/11 Day of Service Co-Founder

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More Champions of Service

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Social Imprints sold gear for HandsOn Network, GenerationOn and AmeriCorps Alums

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Greg Heinrich, the Alumni Mobilization Manager for AmeriCorps Alums

Social Imprints would like to thank all the “Champions of Service” who stopped by our booth this year and congratulate all of our “Wheel of Fortune” winners!  As always, this year’s NCVS was wildly successful because it brought together “Champions” from all spectrums of volunteering and service to learn, teach, and inspire.  Be sure and join us next year in Chicago!


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