Yup, so this year we decided to splurge a little. We ordered these free promo bags that we’ll be throwing into orders at random! If you’d like a bag, visit our Facebook Fan page for directions on how to get one. They’re totally free, while supplies last, no catch!
Also, if you are graduating this April, or May we recommend ordering your graduation stoles asap! As of the time this post was written (4/08/10), you can still order for April graduations! We also still have the 10% off discount going on + if you order soon, you’ll save money on shipping.
Cheers, and congratulations to the graduating Class of 2011!
After numerous color requests, we are now stocking maroon graduation stoles and sashes! Just thought we’d let everyone know! All of our fabric is in stock as of today, no order minimums, and quick turn around times!
Last year, we unofficially offered lavender as one of our colors for graduation stoles. While not listed on the web site, we had a lot of email requests from customers for the color. This year, we’ve decided to make it official and list it on the web site!
So now, yes. Lavender graduation stoles and sashes are available through our online ordering system. The color applies to embroidery as well!
We hope everyone is enjoying the holiday season and/or your winter break! While it’s a little slow around this time of the year for us, we’ve taken the time and opportunity to do some background work and gear up for a busy January and 2009 graduation season by adding new fabric choices, cuts, and embroidery options on all graduation stoles and sashes. We’re also restructuring some of our workflow to add increased quality control and to lower turn around times. We look forward to being a premier online vendor of custom graduation stoles and offering one of the fastest turnaround times.
We were recently forwarded an article from the Los Angeles Times about Student Loans and the unfortunate story of a student who is currently battling a $140,000 loan with an 18% interest rate. Please take a read and forward it to your friends. The more students who are aware of the dangers of private loans, the better. In this down economy, it’s even more important to educate students about the dangers of student loans to avoid post-graduation life in extreme debt.
We hope you have a safe New Years Eve. If you choose to party, please party safe and do not drink and drive. Here’s to an even more prosperious 2009.
We didn’t mention it before, but we just launched a new sale on YourSash.com. If you order 6 or more graduation stoles or sashes, receive 10% off your entire order! You can customize your stoles with what you want embroidered (your school, Greek letters, etc.) the color you want, trim you want, and just about anything else!
This is a limited time offer, so act soon!
limitations: Sale does not apply to orders with custom fabrics or digitized logos.
In the mean time, we know you have been waiting for us to post this video… with out further ado, Vitamin C – Graduation Song
Today we wanted to write about a great charity that some of our fraternity brothers (as well as one of our founders) are involved with. Kamay At Puso (KAP) is a great organization that provides medical assistance and financial support to communities in the Philippines. Established just shy of 5 years, KAP has already accomplished so much. They have earned a Certificate of Appreciation from the City of Los Angeles and the Los Angeles City Council President, Eric Garcetti and in 2006 were recognized for the Gerald L. Phillippe Award, General Electric Company’s most prestigious public service award given out every two years.
We wish them the best of luck as they continue to make a difference in the world! If you’d like to find out more about KAP or make a donation, please visit the newly launched Kamay At Puso Website.
Happy Veteran’s Day to all the Veterans and families and friends of Veterans! Today also marks the 25th anniversary of the Vietnam Memorial.
I think a big misconception that many students still hold is that veterans are just grandpas and older folks. While this may have been true in the past, the stereotype does not hold true in today’s world. Today, many brave men and women from different ages and ethnic backgrounds fight for our freedoms. Some joined pre-college, some post-college, and some got their beginnings from ROTC programs.