Fundraising & Promotional Products
A school’s brand has inherent value. From reputation within the local community, to a communication of culture, excellence, and in some cases, exclusivity.
A beautiful brand experience serves to attract potential students, instils pride and energises staff.
Unfortunately, for many schools, their branding doesn’t extend beyond uniforms, signage and stationary.
Most believe it necessary to order large quantities of branded promotional products offshore to meet expectations of budget approvers.
This is no longer the case and savvy schools are embracing new digital printing technologies and bringing branding and the creation of promotional materials in-house.
GJS is Australia’s premier provider of solutions and services for textile and promotional products for schools, and provides an extensive range of print solutions including dye sublimation.
This method can be used to apply an image to specially coated ceramics, metals and polyester fabric, creating many exciting opportunities for educational institutions, including; the production of student awards, team/club t-shirts, plaques for sporting events, name badges for teachers, mugs for visitors and more.
The process is quick and simple enough for one-off jobs and there is equipment available for long production runs.
Imagine your next sports carnival; instead of ribbons, the winners and place-getters receive a custom plaque with a high-resolution picture of themselves on the dias – printed on a beautiful piece of high-gloss metal.
Or when that visiting VIP arrives for assembly you can present them with a customised mug with their name and your school branding on it.
Literally hundreds of branding and promotional items can now be created on-site and in-house with a single desktop printing solution.
To see the plethora of possibilities that are available, contact Greg Stone, GJS. Website: gjs.co
Email: [email protected]
Telephone: 1800 457 888
A small selection of products that can be produced with a desktop dye sublimation solution from GJS.