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The Anchorage Chamber provides
opportunities for members to grow their
business. From advertising to connectivity,
there is a multitude of reasons to be a
member with the Anchorage Chamber.
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of their specialties is finding the right promotional
product for any company or event.
Alaska Textiles is located in Anchorage at 620 West
Fireweed Lane. According to the company, “Items
like mugs, pens, and t-shirts are memorable and
provide a better cost per impression for advertisers
than almost every major marketing effort... We are
able to supply your company with every possible
promotional product from over 3,000 suppliers.”
On Alaska Textile’s website interested customers
are able to search for a specific product or use the
company’s search suggestions, which are broken
down into top searches, top categories, and product collections. Their product collections include
patriotic items, “back to the beach,” school store,
breast cancer awareness, computer accessories,
holiday gifts, food and drink, and employee recognition, for example.
Big Ray’s was established in Anchorage (originally
called the Army Navy Store) and in Fairbanks in 1947
and has been outfitting Alaskans for the past seventy years. Big Ray’s is known for providing a variety of
outdoor and work clothing such as footwear, jackets, and coveralls; safety clothing and accessories;
and a full range of hunting, camping, fishing, and
general outdoor gear.
Big Ray’s also aids with corporate outfitting,
including custom embroidery that can include
names, logos, numbers, or letters. All of their
custom embroidery is conducted in-house at the
company’s locations in Anchorage, Fairbanks, and
Roy’s Custom Embroidery
According to Roy’s Custom Embroidery, “We specialize in high-quality custom embroidery and digitizing. Roy’s Custom Embroidery welcomes both
small and large orders for all of your business or
personal needs.” Roy’s Custom Embroidery is located in Juneau at 9002 Gee Street. In addition to
creating custom products, the company offers design services and has been in business since 1993. A
few of the products they have available are aprons,
bags, blankets, hats, patches, and other wearables.
Santa’s Stiches is located at 603 South Avenue in Fair-
banks and has been operating in Alaska since 1997.
The company states, “At Santa’s Stitches we special-
ize in creating attractive, high-quality embroidery
services that will establish your brand without break-
ing the bank.” The company provides custom em-
broidery, logo design, screen printing, heat transfer,
and a wide array of promotional products, including
giveaways for events, incentives, and awards for
employees, and other products for special events.
Santa’s Stitches’ online catalog features a “product
of the day” to give buyers a place to start their swag
shopping as well as a page of collections to help
them see their options without being overwhelmed
by a the wide variety of options available on Santa’s
Stitches’ website. Collections include back to school,
bags and totes, Canadian apparel, cold and flu pre-
vention, company picnics, desk accessories, eco-
friendly items, food and beverage, holiday gifts, fund
raising, and much more.
Alaska Serigraphics has been doing business in
Alaska since 1981 and is located at 1711 Abbot Road
in Anchorage. “Alaska Serigraphics has grown from
a small t-shirt printer to a multi-disciplined promotional company that has the ability to put your image on just about any item you can imagine,” the
company states. Their range of products includes
the gamut of apparel and promotional products.
The company also offers screen printing, direct
color prints, embroidery, and laser engraving.
In addition to providing branded swag, Alaska
Serigraphics offers original custom design and logo
development services, which can then be applied
to promotional clothing and other items.
Pip Printing was established in Alaska in 1979; the
Anchorage franchise location is owned by locals Jan
and John Tathem and Shelly Bransted. Pip Printing
provides a huge range of promotional items that can
be branded for any company or event. The company
says, “A promotional product offers staying power. It’s
a constant reminder of your brand—whether it’s sitting on a desk, hanging from a keychain, or plastered
on a coffee cup.”