Sleeve A Message Offers Holiday Deals And Specials On Select Items And Inventory

Sleeve A Message is offering deals on custom coasters and seasonal sleeve designs during this holiday season. Customers can buy 100 custom coasters for $50. Special holiday themed coffee sleeves are also available while supplies last.

Brentwood, United States - December 7, 2017 /PressCable/ —

Saint Louis, MO (December 7, 2017) – Sleeve A Message Inc. announces that it is offering deals on custom coaster orders as well as a limited run on seasonal sleeve designs during the holiday season. In addition to any outstanding offerings or specials, for a limited time only, Sleeve A Message is running a custom coaster special, offering 100 custom coasters for the price of $50. Customers interested in taking advantage of the coaster special should contact Sleeve A Message via phone or email. Furthermore, Sleeve A Message is selling specialty holiday themed coffee sleeves while supplies last. 

Sleeve a Message produces unique and creative custom coffee sleeves and coasters for a range of customers. Utilizing a four-color variable printing strategy, Sleeve A Message is able to produce customized coffee sleeve and coaster orders with almost no limit on design options. Variable printing allows customers to print up to twenty unique images in a single case of sleeves or coasters.

Sleeve A Message employs a full team of highly skilled designers focused on keeping custom coffee sleeves and coasters eye-catching and representative of a brand. With a short 7 day turnaround and no minimum order limitations, Sleeve A Message is an efficient and trustworthy partner. 

“Sleeve a Message provides an innovative and sustainable technique for communicating with customers by printing custom messages and designs onto an often-undervalued medium that already exists, beverage sleeves and coasters. Not only that, but sleeve a messages gives clients the utmost flexibility to freely express themselves in an effective and affordable manner.” -David Dresner, CEO.

In addition to personal printing services, Sleeve A Message offers a fun, flexible way to send relevant messages to desired target audiences and locations. Their variable messaging is available on eco-friendly coffee cup sleeves and custom coasters so advertising products, events, and businesses has never been easier. With affordable pricing and quality advertising time, Sleeve A Message makes it quick and easy to increase brand loyalty in a unique and creative way.

Sleeve A Message

543 Hanley Ind. Ct, Suite 201, Brentwood, MO 63144

Contact Info:
Name: David Dresner
Email: sleeves@sleeveamessage.com
Organization: Sleeve a Message
Address: 543 Hanley Industrial Ct #102, Brentwood, Missouri 63144, United States
Phone: +1-877-753-3836

For more information, please visit https://www.sleeveamessage.com/

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