The Monterey Company is a full-service custom manufacturer! Our 30+ years of experience customizing products for all-sized companies means we know everything there is to know about personalizing products for promotional reasons. We even offer Tips, How To Info, and Guides to help you make the right promo purchasing decisions. Wow!
Some of the more common questions we get are on the topic of collectibles, so we decided to offer tips and advice on collecting certain collectible items, like Pins, Coins, and Toys. Since many brands are looking for promo items they can post on their website to sell to raise their brand awareness, we even offer how-to information on taking professional pictures. This helps ensure your custom products look they’re absolute very best!
Our friendly team of professionals is more than happy to assist you with every promotional purchase you make. In order to do this, we first need to learn more about you, your company brand, as well as any additional information you can share that, can help us truly understand what your brand is all about. Know that when you decide to become one of our clients, we go above and beyond to make sure you’re 100% satisfied!
Current Topics We’re Working On:
- Collectible Promotional Items Right for Your Brand?
- How to Build Your Own Water Bottle Brand
- The Ultimate Guide to Choosing the Best Giveaway Items
- The Ultimate Guide to Marketing Your Custom Products
- Trucker Hats vs. Baseball Caps: Which One Should You Choose?
If you don’t see the specific information you’re looking for, we invite you to contact us now with the topic you’d like to see us address. Now that’s great service!
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