These shirts are not only amazing because they are printed in full colour with full bleed but because the minimum quantity you need to order is an unbelievable 6 pieces!
The shirts are made from a 8.5 oz moisture wicking fabric called CottonFeel. Even though it’s 94% polyester, 5% spandex & 1% cotton they feel surprisingly like cotton & not at all like your standard polyester shirt.
The sublimation inks used to create these eye catching designs are environmentally friendly & fade resistant so the imprint stays vibrant.
The possibilities when using this printing technique really are limitless!
For current pricing & creative artwork ideas click here or to see all other available styles click here
Genumark are proud sponsors of the 17th annual Bike to Work Week Victoria. This event will also coincide with Bike to Work Week events all across British Columbia.
Starting Monday the 30th of May through Friday the 3rd of June there will be strategically placed “celebration stations” throughout Greater Victoria. Click on the highlighted links for the map and schedule to plan your participation during the week.
Each station will include:
- Free food and refreshment
- A local bike mechanic
- Prize ballots to win AWESOME prizes
- Goodies from sponsors
The Kick-off Celebration begins on Monday 30th May 6.45 to 8.45am with the Wrap-up BBQ following on Friday 3rd June 3.00 to 6.00pm. The BBQ includes FREE delicious meat or veggie burgers!
Bring a friend, family or the whole workplace team. This final celebration is a fantastic ending to a tremendous week of events.
Genumark have also custom made some beautiful T-Shirts for the event as seen above. Team leaders receive one shirt FREE of charge in exchange for their hard work or they can also be purchased for $15 each. All proceeds from T-shirts go towards sustaining the Bike to Work Week event.
For more information visit Bike to Work Victoria.
The Golf Association of Ontario held it’s second of ten Member Championship event at the historic Scarborough Golf & Country Club. Scarborough Golf & Country Club is one of Canada’s top private facilities and has a rich history dating back 1912. The course was redesigned in 1924 by famed NY architect A.W. Tillinghast who has designed the famous US Open courses Winged Foot and Baltusrol and has hosted some of Canada’s most prestigious championships.
Genumark’s Randy Freedman is the title sponsor for all ten of the one day Member Championship events. These events are extremely popular for male and female golfers of all ages as they give any member of the Golf Association of Ontario the opportunity to test their skills on elite private golf courses that they would otherwise not have an opportunity to play – such as Scarborough. Randy’s sponsorship guarantees that in addition to a championship round of golf, electric cart, and at least one meal, the players will also be competing for a very generous prize table at each event.
Despite the rain, over 70 golfers attended the event, including from Genumark – Randy Freedman, Ken Dumond, Murray Sobko and Steve Share.
When asked why he has taken on the role of Title Sponsor for these events, Freedman answered “I am big strong supporter of Amateur Golf. Personally I was fortunate enough to play my junior golf at the #1 golf club in Canada – St. George’s – as a sponsored junior. I parlayed this experience into an NCAA Division 1 Golf scholarship and received 2 additional scholarships from the Canadian Golf Foundation. If it were not for the one day golf tournaments put on by Golf Association of Ontario I would not have had the opportunity to compete and win the necessary tournaments to capture the attention of the US University Golf Coaches. I guess you can say that this is my way of giving back. It’s my opportunity to help promote the game of golf and to give similar experiences to those that I was fortunate enough to have received in the past.”
The next One Day Championship event is being held June 13 at the beautiful Georgian Bay Resort in Clarksburg, Ontario. For a full schedule of the GAO One Day Member events, please click here.
If you are interested in becoming a future sponsor of these events contact Randy Freedman
These unique pieces are made by experimental and minimalistic stylist Anna Ehrners who learnt her craft in her hometown Stockholm. Anna’s work is distinguished by simple yet powerful shapes with clean lines combined with hazes and wisps of colour in the glass which make each item special and unique. In fact her trademark has become the way she uses veils of colour swirls inside the glass.
Each vase can be customized by sand etching. The piece is 7.87″ high x 5.87″ wide and the minimum quantity is as low as one!
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Further to our recent National Distributor of the Year award we are now proud to announce that Genumark has made it onto the Counselor’s Top 40 Distributors list for the 3rd year in a row at this years ASI Show in San Diego. This is an extra special achievement as only a couple of companies made it onto the list that are also from the country with a maple leaf for a logo!
If those awards were the icing on the cake then this is the cherry on top as Genumark CEO, Mark Freed was also honored with the prestigious 2011 Bess Cohn Humanitarian Award.
Below are some highlights from an interview by Andraya Vantrease (Reporter at Advertising Specialty Institute) featuring comments from Mark Freed.
Donating to more than 30 charity organizations annually, Genumark is a civic role model to the ad specialties industry. Its CEO of 16 years, Mark Freed, has always had a strong sense of social responsibility, a trait he brought with him to Genumark and has used to influence the company’s priorities to include more charitable work each year.
One of the organizations that Genumark is heavily involved with is the Baycrest Hospital. Genumark has been the marketing sponsor for the last five years for the Baycrest Hospital’s Annual Golf Fundraiser, an event that has raised as much as $500,000 for the tournament on an annual basis.
As Genumark update their website to include Facebook, Twitter and other social media tools, Freed hopes that this will affect others’ desires to give back to the community. “We’re launching the social media to gain more momentum and get other companies involved in some of the events,” he says. “We’re just being good corporate citizens and it’s an important part of our culture here.”
To read the full article and see what else Mark had to say click here