Bringing Distinctive Attention to Your Business

One of Southwestern Pennsylvania’s oldest and most experienced providers of promotional items, Enterprise Specialties, Inc. is able to bring distinctive attention to your business. Whether it is a set of golf balls displaying your company logo or a Teddy Bear holding his own tin of breath mints, almost every item imaginable can be imprinted to promote your business and keep awareness high among current and potential customers. Located at One Northgate Square, Suite 208 in Greensburg, PA, Enterprise Specialties, Inc. is owned by Betty Sarver, and the range of promotional items Enterprise Specialties is able to offer is almost beyond imagination.

Large Catalog of Specialty Items

From auto accessories to wedding gifts, Enterprise Specialties boasts a catalog of over one million items. The selection alone is why the company freely consults with its customers. “We won’t sell the same item to two competing businesses in the same area,” Betty Sarver explains. “We want your business to stand out.” “Promotional items are the ads people wear, write with, drink from, and show off to others,” says Betty. “Everyone thinks of a pen with a name on it, but specialty ads could be anything from your logo on a bag of popcorn to backpacks and computer mouse pads. Enterprise Specialties guides you toward using effective promotional products for your business.”

Experience in Choosing the Right Specialty Item

Since its inception over 27 years ago, Enterprise Specialties, Inc. has grown into one of Southwestern Pennsylvania’s best and most experienced specialty item providers. The company’s success is a tribute to owner Betty Sarver’s skill, matching creative ad specialties to each customer’s marketing goal. Enterprise Specialties can aid in building awareness and image recognition for your business. Promotional items make an impression, and the cost is often less than many other forms of advertising. Best of all, you have direct control over who receives each piece. Even a look at a few of the basics in Enterprise Specialties’ inventory produces an impressive list:

Promoting branch openings

Motivating salespeople

Developing trade show traffic

Using sales aids as door openers

Moving products at dealer level

Introducing new salespeople

Promoting new facilities

Introducing new products

Stimulating sales meetings

Changing names of products or companies

Motivating consumers

Improving customer relations

Motivating employees

Building an image