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Always Here to Lend a Hand

4th May 2010

Always Here to Lend a Hand

As you may already know if you read this post, or this one,  EnMart exhibited at DAX Chicago last weekend.    I worked this show and one of the things I noticed was the amount of people who were searching for advice on which they could count.   From those just starting out to those who were trying a new product or piece of equipment for the first time,  we saw many people in our booth who were on a quest for information and assistance.

Starting and running a new business can be scary and lonely.  There are a lot of decisions to be made, decisions about everything from what sort of machines you buy, to what supplies you use, to what sort of services you offer,  each decision can feel like it could make or break your business.   We know, because we’ve been there.

In 1974 Ed Benjamin started a business called Ensign Emblem.   At the time Ensign had one plant in Detroit.  Over time,  and under the leadership of Ed’s daughter, Gayle Zreliak, the business grew from one plant to six, and from a few heads to over 1000 heads.   Along the way, those who helped Ensign grow experienced every aspect of the embroidery business,  from converting from one thread supplier to another,  to finding the best backing, to choosing the right machines and keeping them in good repair.

When you purchase your thread, backing and other supplies from EnMart, your get more than just the supplies you ordered.   You also get access to our experience and expertise.  Whether it’s advice on how to embroider a cap,  or a suggestion on the right type of backing for knit shirts,  we’re happy to help.  We’ve spent a lot of time learning the craft and we’re more than willing to share what we’ve learned with our customers.   Chances are if we can’t supply the answer ourselves, we know someone who can.

So, if you’re just starting out and looking for someone to help start you down the right path, give us a call.   If you’ve been in business for a while, but have encountered a problem that you just can’t solve,  contact us on Facebook or Twitter.

We’re always here to lend a hand.

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