Social Imprints Celebrates Women's History Month
In March, it’s time to celebrate women’s history month. To help you choose the perfect branded merchandise to celebrate women’s contributions to history, culture, and society, we are featuring some of our favorite products from five women-owned promotional product companies. These companies are also great corporate citizens that support many wonderful initiatives in the community.
Love Bottles is 100% USA sourced and manufactured! The glass is made by Owens-Illinois in the small town of Crenshaw, PA where many of the residents work at the glass company. The ceramic lids are handcrafted by artisans in the Chicago area. The bottles require almost 100 touches and the employees affectionately refer to the bottle as their babies. The food grade silicone seal and stainless-steel wire ensure that the bottles will never leak. Each bottle is created to provide you with an amazing drinking experience that you can feel good about.
Tweak and Twine
Tweak and Twine’s female lead team have backgrounds in design, event planning, logistics, graphic design, coding and marketing.
Meet Torrance: a Virginia-native, homebody, veteran, boy mom, lover of plaid and serif fonts, minimalist and founder of Tweak and Twine. She founded Tweak and Twine because she recognized a lot of swag in the corporate world was lacking. After serving eight years in the Air Force, she decided it was time to realize her dream of starting Tweak and Twine. Upon founding the company, she spent the next year secretly reading business books under her desk and at night nerding out on spreadsheets and design sites.
After the Haiti Earthquake, design students Anna and Andrea invented an idea for an inflatable solar light that packs flat. They considered the dangerous conditions at night in the tent cities and turned their attention to the critical need of light. They soon made the first 50 prototypes for testing by hand.
Now everyone’s getting their bright idea: Hikers in Yosemite, backpackers in Whistler, and emergency workers in Nepal alike use Luminaid to light their way and charge their devices.
In addition to their invention, Anna and Andrea created the Give Light Get Light giveback program. By sponsoring a light for a family in need, supporters earmark a solar lantern or solar phone charger to go directly to the organization of their choice.
More than 50,000 solar lights have been given to families through the Give Light Get Light Program.
This woman owned and lead company makes everybody’s favorite vintage- comfort tees. Inspired by friendship, the smell of fresh cut grass, contraband and the cutie from Cabin 14, ShopCamp is clothes you make memories in, regardless of where life’s adventures take you.
ShopCamp is all about long lasting quality, softness. Meticulously fit and graded for consistency with minimal shrink, their shirts get better with every wash. From iconic locker loop rainbow stripe trim, you will be reaching for their ShopCamp tee over and over.
Amie Hoff and Beth are sisters, best friends and both have a passion for staying healthy. They realized that while health and fitness information was readily available, friends and family were becoming unhealthier and unhappier. Eventually, that lead to the creation of Fit Kit, a women-owned, small business that provide specialized kits for fitness, nutrition and stress relief.
If you have questions or would like to place an order, please reach out to Mike Novitski at firstname.lastname@example.org