Noteworthy Launches New Bumper Stickers and Decals at Major Discounts
Noteworthy, Amsterdam, N.Y., announced the launch of the company's new bumper stickers and decals. According to Chad Majewski, vice president of sales for Noteworthy, "Our new bumper stickers are truly the world's best. A quick look at our offering and you'll know why. Our minimums are 50 pieces and pricing is 70 percent lower than competition for full color."
It took one year of research and development for Noteworthy to develop its new process for manufacturing stickers and decals. According to John Visconti, vice president of finance, "As best I can tell, we just rewrote the rules for manufacturing stickers. Demand for full-color printing is on the rise and we're able to print full-color stickers in 50 piece minimums at prices that were previously unimaginable. We're actually 70 percent lower than competition. I never saw anyone change the cost structure of a product line to that extent. It's been a real challenge keeping this a secret for the last four months."
One- and two- color stickers and decals are also available. Wayne Ballard, vice president of manufacturing, said "I was told a breakthrough on full-color wasn't good enough and we need to be the best at one- and two- color stickers too. I believe our pricing there is quite impressive too."
Noteworthy is leading the industry by introducing the benefits of full-color digital printing to many of the most popular promotional products including plastic bags, bumper stickers, decals, banners, political signs and memo books. The company was founded in 1954 when Tom Constantino invented the car litterbag. Today, Noteworthy remains a family-owned and operated business.
For more information, visit www.noteworthy.com.