Who Do You Finish the Run For?

David Forster Jr. was the kind of person who paused during his busy days to truly appreciate the small things. When he passed away unexpectedly during a training run, a group of David’s running buddies wanted to do the same, take pause and appreciate their remarkable friend. “We want to finish that run for David.”

Making Music, Making a Difference

Ryan Schraffenbergr’s Promotions Guy shop is focused on sustainable promotional products, which already puts it firmly in the “force for good” category. But it’s what he does in his off hours that sets Ryan apart.

With Kindness For All

Jackie and Ben Moore’s Summer Shirt Project was started as a way to help their daughter learn some valuable job skills. Three years and over 300,000 shirts later, the Moores are still at it and looking forward to helping even more people through the summer project that took on a life of its own.

Getting Into Gear For Healthcare Workers

To support healthcare workers in nursing homes and small medical facilities, Logo’d Gear put their own spin on what our pets might say to us to encourage us to stay safe at home.

The Importance of Keeping It Simple

March 2020 was a stressful time for any independently-owned business. Tiny Little Monster in St. Louis turned delayed events and canceled orders into an an idea that benefitted their local community and other businesses around the country.

Washington Strong Goes Local

Artem Ionitsa of Logo Unlimited was welcomed with open arms into the cozy community of Woodinville, WA. When the pandemic hit, he found a way to bring something positive back to that same community.

Lifting Healthcare Workers Spirits in Texas

When COVID-19 first began to impact communities, the team at Paris Print Works team saw the daily sacrifice healthcare workers were making for others. “They were the essential workers who were in the midst of testing and caring for patients.”

Cowboy Up Against Cancer

As a rider and trainer of horses in Colorado, Mike Brashear is a cowboy to the core. His answer to the news that he had leukemia was to confront it with a positive attitude and the support of his community.

Humor and Hope in the Fast Lane

Stitch98, a full-service embroidering and screen printing shop, is no stranger to “fun.” Established in 2007 in Mooresville, North Carolina, the shop is located in the heart of the motorsport industry. Many of their clients are top-level professional teams, which means Stitch98 is used to creating fun-inspired logos and products that generate excitement (such as […]

Together As One

Standing Together In times like this, when the time we can spend with friends, family and colleagues is limited, we rediscover the precious nature of that time. We learn anew how important being together really is. Perhaps that’s why Quali T’s “Together As One” fundraising campaign resonates so well right now. It’s not just a […]