Custom Printed Paper Bags

Where did what we call custom paper bags come from? They have been around for so long that we all just take them for granted. We carried our lunch to school in them as children, we carry our groceries home in them as adults. Fast food restaurants place our takeout orders in them.
The first machine for making paper bags was invented by Francis Wolle in 1852, and was followed by the machine to make square bottom bags by Margaret Knight sometime before 1914. Since that time, their popularity and use has grown by leaps and bounds.
Because the printed paper bags are used so often, for so many purposes, and are so reasonably priced, they make excellent promotional products. Just stop and think of how many times in just the last week you had a paper bag in your hands. How many opportunities for advertising have you lost by not having your logo on some of them? These bags can be given away almost anywhere – they can be distributed at tradeshows, conventions, seminars and all types of other events, either alone or filled with other promotional items. They can be folded and sent through the mail. And if you are in a business that sells products, you can package all of your goods in these imprinted paper bags.
You can purchase pharmacy bags, peanut bags, popcorn bags, gourmet bags, and even bags made from 100% recycled paper. The popular Jenny eco shopper are made from 100% recycled paper, and have matching twisted paper handles and serrated cut top. They have a large 7” x 7” imprint area for your logo. Do you prefer a sturdier bag? The paris matte eurotote may be just what you want. It is a 157 GSM premium weight matte laminated eurotote with matching macramé handles, reinforced fold-over top, and cardboard bottom insert.
Build your company logo recognition with any one of the almost 50 logo paper bags, or choose several for different uses. Each bag will give you maximum results and successful advertising returns.

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