Logo Droppers Gives Away Custom Guitar at NATSO Connect 2018

On March 6th NATSO Chairman's Circle member Logo Droppers delivered a custom guitar to the Busy Bee chain of convenience stores and truckstops based in Florida. Elizabeth Waring, president of Busy Bee, won the custom guitar as part of a give away at NATSO Connect, which ran Feb. 10-13.

“I use Logo Droppers for all of Busy Bee's ad specialty products because of their amazing customer service and huge variety,” Waring said.

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Logo Droppers had significant foot traffic during the annual show, and everyone loved the custom guitar, said Pamela Hayes, vice president of business development for NATSO, the national trade association representing truckstops and travel plazas.

“Logo Droppers felt the custom guitar was the perfect giveaway for a show in Nashville”, said Marian Hinebauch, president of Logo Droppers.

Logo Droppers, which is based in Las Vegas, is an exclusive in-house screen printing and embroidery company. Hinebauch said all apparel is printed or embroidered under Logo Droppers’ roof in the U.S. with the company’s employees, so quality is always guaranteed. In addition to offering screen printing and embroidery, Logo Droppers handles all promotional custom items. “When I bought the company over 15 years ago, I had only one thought in mind and that was to become a one-stop shop for all of our customers’ apparel and promotional items,” Hinebauch said.

She added that Logo Droppers has enjoyed being a Chairman’s Circle member for the past year, and through NATSO, Logo Droppers just became a fulfillment center for CMA/Double Coin. “Logo Droppers works directly with the truckstop and c-store market. By going direct with Logo Droppers, you are not only saving money but helping support NATSO,” Hinebauch said. Call Logo Droppers at (702) 433-5646 or email sales@logodroppers.com to learn more.

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Amy Toner

Toner markets NATSO products, services and meetings. She is the content editor of NATSO's core websites, Stop Watch magazine and Highway Business Matters biweekly articles. In addition, she provides creative services across all departments. Toner joined NATSO in 2006. Prior to joining the association, she served as director of membership services at an association for ambulatory surgery centers. Toner lives in Washington, D.C., with her husband and son. More
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