Sometimes the most effective corporate swag is everyday office and desk supplies, used to associate your business name with hard work and productivity. From notebooks to mouse pads, picture frames, and letter openers, each of these customizable gifts is practical and affordable. They build awareness everyday on the desktop of the recipient. Our personalized items are easy both to distribute throughout the office and to transport back from events and conferences as promotional giveaways. Endorse company loyalty and initiate brand recall with handy office products branded by ePromos with your name and logo.
Clear, magnetic promotional picture frame that is the perfect promotional item you can mail and is worth a thousand words by itself.
Arrive to your company meeting prepared and looking professional with the premium zippered custom portfolio imprinted with your company logo.
Genuine top grain leather in rich mahogany color with signature C&B lining and debossed writing pad.
A classic custom portfolio with built-in calculator and multiple file pockets for an office on the go!
This beautiful leather promotional mouse pad -- with your logo debossed in it -- won't get lost under desk clutter.
Keep everything you need for your next business meeting stored in the custom portfolio that features your debossed imprint.
Executive leather debossed custom padfolio is perfect for company meeting, corporate seminars and more.
Vinyl gusseted promotional portfolio with storage pockets.
Made of cowhide leather this custom padfolio features a ballistic nylon trim and 210d nylon interior.
A professional looking debossed portfolio with an internal pocket holds a 4.75" x 2.5" photo.
Italian-style leather custom portfolio makes a great holiday gift for clients and employees.
Genuine top grain leather / cotton twill personalized writing pad.
Modern and functional promotional padfolio makes and elegant gift.
Be prepared for important meetings while storing your iPad in style by using this custom padfolio and tablet case designed by Kenneth Cole.