Stadri Emblems Blog
When it comes to sports jerseys and uniforms, many organizations opt to have their logo or insignia embroidered directly onto their garments in an attempt to avoid affixing dozens of embroidered patches themselves. But could buying embroidered patches separately be more cost effective?
This tournament marked the first time Stadri Emblems had the privilege of sponsoring a hole at such an event. As players worked their way through the tournament’s two courses, we became part of the golfing landscape, having a unique chance to achieve high-visibility as a Scouting partner.
The main purpose of the Native American Fire Fighters Association patch is, of course, for Native American awareness. Each member of the association owns one, and many collectors own one as well. This patch is one of a kind—Spider does not trade them, but makes them available for $8.00 each, with shipping.
SHAPE stands for Supreme Headquarters of Allied Powers in Europe. The SHAPE Bowling Association was created in the early 70's at SHAPE Belgium, and has taken care of all the bowling leagues in an international environment since 1970.
Winnipeg is the capital city of the province of Manitoba, and is ranked as Canada's sixth sunniest city year-round. The interesting patch you see to our right belongs to the Winnipeg Chapter of the Southern Cruisers Riding Club, a family friendly motorcycle rider's club dedicated to riding safety and fellowship.
Sustainable Resources is different from the majority of charities out there today. Working primarily in Malawi and Kenya, their aim is not necessarily to provide ongoing financial support, but rather, to be a technical and educational resource and to provide start-up assistance.
We made patches for the Quadriciser! The Quadriciser is a passive, isometric, motorized therapy machine that offers hope to many individuals unable to use conventional equipment.
Wilderness Medicine Outfitters uses custom embroidered patches as tools of recognition for its thousands of students, with most of them being placed on Back Country Care Givers packs and jackets.