Custom Plastic Bags

We are accustomed to seeing custom plastic bags every day, in many different places. Yet our ancestors, as short a time ago as our grandparent’s generation, would have been shocked to see them. The well known plastic bag of today didn’t exist before the 1950’s! The first actual plastic bag commonly in use was the plastic sandwich bag in 1957. It wasn’t until 1974 that grocery stores began changing from paper to plastic bags for their merchandise.
Today, we use plastic bags as packaging for almost everything. When their use began to be considered as harmful to the environment, recycling became common. Today, many grocery stores provide containers to place the bags for recycling. This makes the use of reusable printed plastic bags a valuable and sensible practice.
There are drawstring plastic bags, handle bags and even die cut handle bags. Each of these bags, displaying your logo in an attractive way, advertises your business every time that they are carried. This a much more effective method of advertising than most traditional methods, and is much more cost effective.
Implementing the use of custom printed plastic bags with logo puts you on the cutting edge of innovative marketing, and can work wonders for your profits.
You can select from many different styles, including some, such as the
7 x 10 ½ die cut handle bag as low as $.27 each. These mini plastic bags with fold-over reinforced die cut handles and bottom gusset on select sizes have a large 4” x 4” imprint area for your logo. This makes an ideal display that will set off the logo and make it more visible to anyone who sees it.
These printed plastic bags can be circulated at tradeshows, conventions and other events, or even included in mailout campaigns, as they fold flat. They can even be filled with other promotional products and be given as door prizes or gifts. Any one of these methods, or a combination of them, will be sure to boost your company image.

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