Growing Your Business through CommuniTee T-Shirts There are many options for growing a business in the modern world, and one of the most effective - and ultimately most successful – options for small-town businesses is promotion through traditional marketing efforts. Promotional products - such as tshirts - continue to be popular even in the face of technological changes, and when you think about the logistics of such products, it’s not difficult to see why they are successful and why customers continue to turn to LogoNation for community pride tshirts. While the internet has created a global market, there is still a thriving local market in small towns and cities across the country. And when it comes to business promotion on a local level, there’s nothing that generates a buzz and promotes growth and community support, like local promotional products. LogoNation, one of the country’s fastest growing community advertising companies, has managed to combine the successful foundation of promotional products with a specific product that provides a tangible return on investment. Known as CommuniTee t-shirts, these unique products promote communities and the strong businesses that thrive within them. The CommuniTee is an annual community promotion t-shirt designed around the small town that it represents. The front of the shirt includes artwork related to whatever that particular town is known for; the back of the shirt includes ads for local businesses. This ability to support and promote business and community is what has set the bar for LogoNation. LogoNation believes strongly in providing high quality products and building strong customer relationships by returning to small communitees across America each year for the annual CommuniTee promotions. CommuniTee t-shirts are one of the promotional tools that can be used to grow businesses in the local community. It’s a tangible product for growing businesses on a grassroots level that generates goodwill for the advertising merchants as well as for the community as a whole.