Noteworthy Upgrades its Full-color plastic Bags and Lowers Prices
Amsterdam, New York-based Noteworthy announced the company's full-color plastic bags now cost only 20 percent more than bags with a one-color imprint. According to Chad Majewski, Noteworthy vice president of sales, "I twisted a few arms to get the prices this low, but I expect it to pay off big time. When you tell someone they can get full-color printing for 20 percent more than they're used to paying for one-color they're immediately sold."
In addition, the company announced it has eliminated set-up charges on all 28 styles available. Said Anthony Constantino, general manager, “We initially charged a set-up for less popular styles, but additional process improvements allowed us to eliminate this charge entirely."
Finally, to help distributors save money, the company has set 100 piece minimums on the seven most popular bag styles.
Noteworthy offers full-color digital printing on 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 automobile litterbag. Noteworthy remains a family-owned and operated business.
For more information on Noteworthy, visit www.noteworthy.com.