First EmbroidMe Location Celebrates Its Transition To Fully Promoted
West Palm Beach Location to Host a Grand Reopening Celebration on Jan. 24
January 17, 2018 // Franchising.com // WEST PALM BEACH, FL – The West Palm Beach Fully Promoted®, previously known as EmbroidMe®, is celebrating the grand reopening of its first ever location, located at 1369 N. Military Trail on Wed., Jan. 24. Guests will get a preview of the newly-rebranded location and its expanded services that have elevated the brand from specializing in custom-branded apparel to include a more robust list of marketing services. An official ribbon cutting ceremony with the Palm Beaches Chamber of Commerce will kick off the celebration at 10:00 AM.
The recent business name change from EmbroidMe to Fully Promoted was issued to better describe the full breadth of product and services offered to the local business community. The brand recognized a growing need for added marketing capabilities that went beyond customized apparel and promotional products. Fully Promoted will continue to offer these signature services along with other promotional products, printing services, and digital marketing- providing a one-stop destination for businesses in need of marketing support.
“Fully Promoted takes the best of what we offered as EmbroidMe and leaps us forward on a faster growth trajectory,” said Joe Loch, President of Fully Promoted. “Our new vision was established to provide significant benefits for our customers and franchise owners, allowing them to succeed together.”
The West Palm Beach Fully Promoted grand reopening will take place on Wed., Jan. 24 starting at 10:00 AM with a ribbon cutting ceremony to commemorate the store. The celebration will feature gifts and light refreshments for all in attendance. The business community is encouraged to stop by the event to take a glimpse of the wide variety of products and services the new Fully Promoted has to offer. Upon visiting, guests will be entered in a drawing to win a $250 gift certificate for any Fully Promoted products or services.
Franchise business owner Ben Bassett has been a resident of the Palm Beaches for over 30 years and was employed as an engineer and a division general manager by C-MAC Industries prior to launching his own business. Since joining the EmbroidMe brand in 2002, his passion has always focused on servicing the local business community and improving their businesses with effective marketing tools for their own continued growth and success. Bassett believes that this name change broadens the scope of the marketing services to encompass all that the brand has to offer.
“We take pride in helping our clients grow their brand awareness through ongoing local business partnerships while delivering superior quality and customer service. Making the switch from EmbroidMe to Fully Promoted provides us and our clients with even more tools to accomplish this,” said Ben Bassett, Fully Promoted Franchise Owner.
For more information about Fully Promoted, please call 561-615-8655 or visit www.FullyPromoted.com.
About Fully Promoted
Fully Promoted was originally founded as EmbroidMe by Ray Titus in 2000. Headquartered in West Palm Beach, FL, the company underwent a rebranding in 2017, expanded its services and changed its name to Fully Promoted. With more than 300 stores worldwide including in the U.S., Australia and Europe and Africa, the brand is slated to open 70 more units by the end of 2017.
In addition to marketing consultation, Fully Promoted offers services also PPC campaigns, SEO, marketing material, leads list, social media programs, awards, gifts, embroidery, garment printing, custom apparel, promotional products, and screen printing products.
For Fully Promoted® franchise and Area Developer opportunities, please phone 888.978.3171 or visit www.Fully Promotedfranchise.com.
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