Create Custom Patches for National Environmental Education Week

Posted by Signature Patches | February 9, 2015 at 5:50pm | Topic: Custom Patches

National Environmental Education Week is April 19th-25th. Plan for the occasion by creating custom patches in your choice of size, shape, and colors. We’re ready to help! Our team of artists work with you to make patches exactly the way you want them to be.

We offer three different types of patches for you to choose from. They are:

  • Embroidered Patches

  • Woven Patches

  • PVC Patches

Patches are perfect for education programs for children and adults. Raise awareness about the environment through classes and workshops. Thank people for participating in your event with a custom patch. They’ll appreciate your generous offer.

Embroidered patches are up to 75% embroidered or 76%-100% embroidered. Woven patches are 100% embroidered. PVC patches are moldable and waterproof. They’re perfect for outdoor conditions and environmental programs. PVC patches can be sewn or glued on materials.

We offer a number of backing options for you to choose from. They are:

  • No Backing (FREE)

  • PVC Backing (FREE)

  • Iron-On Backing

  • Peel & Stick Backing

  • Hook and Loop Backing

  • Tuxedo Clip Attachment

  • Safety Pin Attachment

Create custom patches for National Environmental Education Week. Contact Signature Patches with your ideas and concept. Our design team is ready and willing to create custom patches for your business, organization, school or club. As always, we provide artwork free of charge.

Email Call 1-800-257-9664 toll-free. We’re committed to providing you with quality customer service every step of the way. Let us know what we can do to assist you with your request. Educate others about the environment. Submit your inquiry to us right away!

We provide free artwork and design services as well as free shipping to a US address. It’s our way of thanking you for choosing us for National Environmental Education Week custom patches.

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