According to a study released by American Express and The Harrison Group, 65% of high-end shoppers now prefer to buy American. That’s good news for companies who make their products in the U.S. Brands like Tiffany & Co., whose jewelry is made in the U.S., and Topcor, where each Clipa is made in house in Irvine, CA. Worldwide, American made products are coveted for their high quality. Last week, a study by J.D. Power & Associates showed American loyalty to U.S. car manufacturers is rising. As Time Magazine noted in this week’s article, Is Made in America Back in Style? a preference for American made products seems to be returning.
Companies and organizations can incorporate their logo on Clipa, as reported in the Winter Issue of The Travel Goods Showcase. Topcor’s private label program, launched in the 4th quarter, starts at 250 pieces; at 1,000 the additional cost for customization is minimal. Company logos appear in two locations on the American made circular bag clip. Besides making quite an impression, a Clipa purse hanger will last for at least 10 years of daily use and hold 45 lbs. For more information on customization and corporate gift programs, please contact Clipa customer service at (888) 804-0661. For inquiries outside of the U.S.: (949) 680-3434 or email@example.com To see the article, please click on the image above.
Topcor is giving away a custom pink crystal Clipa on Facebook and Twitter! Through October 14th, share Clipa’s page on FB and/or RT/Follow @TheClipa on Twitter. ‘Want this sparkly pink Clipa now? You can order this or any other Custom Clipa on our website at www.clipa.us or over the phone at (888) 804-0661 at NO extra charge! We’ll make and ship your Custom Clipa in two days. Same price, same great service for an instant handbag hanger with bling designed by YOU! We’ll be doing special things through October 31st as part of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. To sign up for our newsletter, please click the SIGN UP button on our home page!
The September issue of Travel Goods Showcase features Topcor’s Mike Sweeney discussing how the company is reducing its carbon footprint. The “Going Green” article covers fulfillment materials, power, natural lighting, recycling, and more. Referring to the Clipa purse hanger, “our product was designed to be very efficient to manufacture,” he says. “It has to be. It’s made in the U.S. and has to compete against items produced by low cost offshore labor.” Read more: