PPAI’s mission is to be the voice and force to advance the promotional products industry, and the Association’s business services members play a critical role in that mission.
The promo industry’s business services providers support industry companies’ operations with a wide range of resources and capabilities. This week, PPAI Media is spotlighting the production components they offer to promo businesses. From signature colors to hardware expertise, offering the highest quality products for clients can require partnering with the right services capable of elevating the features that end users value.
Many of these business services providers will be on hand at The PPAI Expo 2025, which takes place January 14-16 in Las Vegas.
Pantone is an Affinity Partner of PPAI, and it’s helped countless promotional product companies create the aesthetic they need for their branding. Pantone’s proprietary specialty colors give graphic designers the pop their work needs to stand out or the kind of sleek style that sets the right tone.
PPAI members can receive valuable benefits including discounts up to 20%. Grab a discount code at My PPAI, and check out Pantone Connect to find what Pantone library your color matches best. Or email us for a product consultation.
Founded nearly 30 years ago, A+ Products has five locations from which it supplies plastic and metal hardware to full manufacturing demands.
Owosso was founded in 1949 and offers a full line of copper dies, high quality magnesium etching and brass dies for embossing, debossing and combination foil embossing.
Magnum Magnetics offers a variety of magnetic solutions, including the ability to magnetize unmagnetized material post-print or print custom flexible magnets. With all magnets made in the USA, the company offers 24-hour turnaround.
ITNH Inc. is a full-service Inkjet printer partner. It offers turn-key solutions from planning and installation to implementation and support in order to get the most of what Inkjet printing applications can offer. The company was recently featured on season two of Making The Cut on Prime Video.