Keep Your Brand Top-of-Mind this Winter

  • Aug 29, 2018

By Christina Fiebich, Marketing Director

It's never been easier to custom design beanies and stocking caps that will increase your company's visibility.  In the U.S, the average branded headwear item makes 3,136 impressions over its lifetime. These impressive numbers and one-size-fits-most sizing make headwear one of the most popular promotional items available.  QRG offers a great combination of style, quality, and price. Let our branded headwear help keep your logo top-of-mind.


Custom Beanies


Want more inspiration for how to make Pantone matched beanies work for your customers, clients, prospects, or employees?  Check out some cool and unique ways beanies have delivered.  Let the creative team at QRG help you out by creating free beanie designs!  Give us a call today. 


Lights, Camera, Online!

The Ellen DeGeneres show wanted a fun and unique, retail-quality winter beanie to sell in their online store. Free virtual design options and inspiration were provided until they found something they loved. The beanie included a custom, full-color hang tag and was sold as one of their featured items in the accessory section of their online store.

Classy and Clean

Retailer Lively was looking for a classic looking winter beanie with some discrete branding to use as a gift with purchase. The exceptional softness, trendy minimalist look, and discrete woven tag for branding were just what Lively wanted. They used these beanies as an incentive for online purchases and were a hit with their customers!

The Spirit of Giving

We Are Blood is a Texas non-profit who was looking to provide a unique gift for blood donors. Their brand colors were Pantone matched to create a classic beanie design for their purposes. A gift that would make an impact was delivered.

Cheers to Beers

Iceland’s #1 craft beer, Einstök, wanted to create some promotional beanies to keep beer drinkers warm on those cold winter nights. Embracing their clean design aesthetic, a cuffed beanie with a woven tag that could be reversed to create a slouch beanie was suggested. The Vikings and hipsters alike loved the finished product.