Embroidered patches are a great choice for your company employee uniforms. They are also popular for sports teams and even karate jackets. In some cases, embroidered patches can be used as a motivator. Employees and sports players, alike, can out-perform their peers and earn patches as a reward for their hard work. The display of their efforts will mean a lot and other members of the team will strive to earn their special embroidered patch as well.
Employing the use of embroidered patches on employee uniforms will build your company’s brand and reputation. It is a very affordable way to advertise as well. Embroidered patches greatly benefit those service oriented companies that call on people in their homes. It validates their visit right away when the homeowner answers the door and immediately sees the embroidered patch of your company on the service person’s work shirt. It is a comfort to the one answering the door that your employee represents your company and is recognizable with a quick glance at his or her shirt. This is a huge benefit to companies when it comes to the trust of your organization and the service your company provides.
Choosing a patch is important, too. Some patches have ragged edges and don’t appear neat and clean. This does not promote your company as being classy and professional. A custom embroidered patch is the way to go when it comes to quality and projecting that put-together image you want potential customers to believe. Remember, we’re talking “quality” when it comes to embroidery. This doesn’t just pertain to the direct embroidery of your logo onto a shirt. It’s also an important factor to consider when buying patches. A bad quality patch also reflects on your company and image….only in a negative manner.
Embroidered patches can be custom-made into any shape necessary. They are truly custom-made. Some patch providers buy pre-made patches and just embroider the inside of them. This does not do well when it is important to match the pre-sewn outside border of the patch with the logo on the inside of the patch. Threads have many shades of colors available, but the border of pre-made patches are made with a different thread than the embroidery thread used to sew the inside design. It’s always best to have your patches custom made by a knowledgeable embroidery company to be sure your company has the best quality and professional-looking patch and one that will represent your company in a favorable professional way.