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/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 274534

Latest News

FIBA bans players, coaches for basketball brawl in Manila

Jul 21, 2018

MELBOURNE, Australia — Thirteen basketball players and two coaches were suspended and fined Thursday, and sanctions were imposed on the national federations of the Philippines and Australia after a brawl during an Asian qualifier for the sport's World Cup. Video of the brawl on July 2 was widely played around the world, with punches thrown, chairs tossed at players from the crowd, and security needed to restore order. Ten Philippines players were suspended: Japeth Aguilar and Matthew Wright (one game each); Terence Romeo, Jayson Castro William, Andray Blatche and Jeth Rosario (three games each); Roger Pogoy, Carl Cruz and Jio...

Australian prime minister calls on pope to fire archbishop

Jul 21, 2018

CANBERRA, Australia — Australia's prime minister on Thursday called on Pope Francis to fire an Australian archbishop who is the most senior Roman Catholic cleric ever convicted for covering up child sexual abuse. Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said two weeks ago that Adelaide Archbishop Philip Wilson should have resigned when he was convicted in May of failing to report to police the repeated abuse of two altar boys by a pedophile priest in the Hunter Valley region north of Sydney during the 1970s. Turnbull said on Thursday the 67-year-old cleric should not be allowed to remain an archbishop while he...

Australia succeeds in stopping migrants but many in limbo

Jul 21, 2018

CANBERRA, Australia — When Aziz Abdul reached Australia's Christmas Island aboard a smuggler's boat, he had no idea that weeks earlier in 2013, his fate as a refugee from Sudan seeking a new life in a new world had been sealed. Australia drew a line in the sand on July 19, 2013, to stem a rising tide of asylum seekers brought by people smugglers on long and treacherous ocean voyages. No refugees who attempted to reach its shores by boat from that date forward would ever be allowed to make Australia their home. Five years later, the polarizing policy —...

Usain Bolt to make run at pro soccer in Australia

Jul 21, 2018

SYDNEY — Usain Bolt is making a run at professional soccer in Australia. The Olympic sprint great has long expressed his love of the game. Since his retirement from track, he has tested himself with Germany's Borussia Dortmund and the Norwegian club Stromsgodset. Now, at 31, he will try out for six weeks with the Central Coast Mariners starting next month. If all goes well, he could play for a season in Australia's A-League. Australian agent Tony Rallis said Monday the Mariners and Bolt have a deal in principle, "subject to a couple of benchmarks." Rallis said the eight-time Olympic...

Cycling: Dull Tour unlikely to open up in the Alps

Jul 21, 2018

By Julien PretotANNECY, France (Reuters) - If Tour de France organizers wanted the soccer World Cup to end before the race started to heat up, then it is mission accomplished.No clear favorite has emerged from the opening block of racing as all the top riders, with the exception of Richie Porte, are still in contention on the first rest day before grueling stages in the Alps.The differences between the main challengers were essentially made in the team time trial in the second stage.World champion Peter Sagan is firmly on course to win a record-equaling sixth green jersey for the points...

Stock Markets

About Us

The Morning Herald is a fast news provider in the United States since 2005. Fiercely independent and armed with irreverent intelligence, there’s no other place to get your news other than The Morning Herald.

Contact us: sales[at]themorningherald.com

Subscribe Now!