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					How to Buy Logo Golf Balls For Your Company

<p>When you order logo golf balls for your company, make sure they are
printed at the manufacturer. Titleist balls should be printed by
Titleist, Wilson balls should be printed by Wilson, etc... This means
that the clear coat normally applied to balls are sprayed over your logo,
resulting in a longer lasting logo. Be aware of the company that prints
the balls at their "warehouse"... it may be some kid with a $500 printer
in his garage! The printing facilities used by the manufacturers cost
over $1,000,000 so you can be assured that your balls will look
great.</p><p>Make sure you can choose from a wide variety of top name
brands for your company logo golf balls. Look for Titleist, Wilson, Nike,
Maxfli, Callaway, etc... These balls will be valued by your customers and
clients. These manufacturers use the latest technology to ensure
accurate, durable logo golf ball printing.</p><p>When you order custom
logo golf balls the company you deal with should include free shipping,
and with no set-up fees. In these days of digital printing, there are no
"set-up fees" anymore.</p><p>If you need Creative Services, make sure the
company you deal with can provide it. If you don't have a logo, or need
to modify your own, make sure the company you deal with provides graphic
services to meet your needs -- free of charge.</p><p>The Logo Imprint
Area... The logo imprint area is a 7/8" circle, so make sure your logo
makes the most of it. Your logo should look great, so utilize as much as
the imprint area as possible. Round logos work the best, square is good.
Short, wide logos should be avoided.</p><p>Mark Talkington established to provide the logo golf ball customer an easy,
convenient and secure site to buy logo golf balls and other products on
the internet at the lowest prices possible... with THE BEST CUSTOMER
SERVICE ANYWHERE!</p><p>It all started at Red Run Golf Course in Michigan
in 1948 when our Dad got his first Head Professional Job. He knew that in
order to sell, you had to have the best selection, offer outstanding
service and price your products fair.</p><p>Our dad taught us that
customer service is paramount and because of this, you will only deal
with one Customer Service Specialist throughout your order. Our goal is
to make sure you are MORE than satisfied with your experience at <a
to our clients and customers, has seen tremendous
growth in 2004-2007 and we have expanded our product line by more than
five times since we launched our first webstore in May of 2004. Our
customer service department has grown as well in order to meet and exceed
the expectations of our customers.</p>

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