Leed's Offers More Than 400 New Products in 2014
Leed's, a New Kensington, Pennsylvania-based Polyconcept North America member, announced the addition of more than 400 items to its line and expansions to its most-popular decorating-method options.
Newbies, such as its Empire Cinch Tablet Tote and Color Pop Journal feature trendy bright colors and bold patterns while tech accessory debuts. like Pyramid Bluetooth Keyboard by Project IQ and Xpand Mobile Speaker, include the latest technologies.
In terms of decorating, Leed's will offer four-color process PhotoGrafixx on almost its entire bag collection. Laser decorating now encompasses more categories, including stationery, and blankets, and consists of maximized imprint areas. The latest trend in imprint location—backpack straps—now is available on Leed's most popular styles for free when used as the first decorating location. And for embroidery imprints, Leed's will offer up to 7,500 stitches for free on eleven and Thule bags.
Leed's also has developed a new partnership with Safety Works, a safety equipment supplier that offers work gloves, vests and safety glasses to Leed's beginning this year.
For more information, visit, www.leedsworld.com.