Doing Whatever It Takes

At Custom Logos we are used to working with tight deadlines and in fact are well known for our rush service. Normally our production departments run two 8 hour shifts every day, 5 days a week. However, due to current demand our screenprinting department recently went to working 6 days per week and this past week the shifts were extended and we are now operating 24 hours a day. Special thanks to all of the members of the screenprinting department who have stepped up and are Doing Whatever It Takes to get the work out. Our thanks also go out to all support staff who are adapting their hours to meet the needs of our customers this holiday season.

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We’ll Come to You

Can’t picture how your logo will look on an item? Don’t like looking at catalogs or websites? Or just can’t get your team together in one place? We’ve got you covered. We can supply you with spec samples of many of the items we carry that include your logo decorated on them. For large projects we can also bring our team of professionals, including our vendor reps, to your location to brainstorm and present products to your staff. Just let us know how we can help and we’ll be happy to accommodate your needs.

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Puerto Rico Hurricane Relief


Custom Logos has been very involved in providing hurricane relief for victims in Houston and more recently Puerto Rico. In fact, our company collected donations from staff, and then matched those donations. Then that total donation was matched again through our industry association, resulting in a sizable monetary contribution. Aside from the monetary contribution, we of course encourage staff to get involved and business development team member Ryan Olson recently got the opportunity to do just that. It turns out Cheerios, in partnership with The Ellen Show’s One Million Acts of Good campaign, was working on providing hurricane relief packages for Puerto Rico. So while meeting with client General Mills in Minneapolis last week Ryan joined the Cheerios staff members in assembling snack boxes for the hurricane victims.

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