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    Default Do you wear what you sell?

    I find that many companies who sell products or even those who endorse said products don't actually use them and I always wondered why.

    This may be the case for specific items but I generally see it across the board. If you sell a product, is it something you use yourself too?
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    Wear it? Well, I support and completely back the product so yes I do. I think if you show you believe in something, you have to really mean it for people to take an interest.
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    I am not in the kind of business to wear it (lol) but like headblade mentioned, I do show my support in custom-made shirts with the logo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shop_Awnings View Post
    I am not in the kind of business to wear it (lol) but like headblade mentioned, I do show my support in custom-made shirts with the logo.
    Same for myself but using the branding is a great way to get the word out. I have a few t-shirts I wear when I am out and about with the website, number, and general information and I think this makes a difference.

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    No, I mostly rely on flyers and business cards. I know some people will have company shirts printed off but we haven't really needed that.

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