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Free ebook to help with association branded gear and online stores

Thank you to everyone who participated in our survey about association branded apparel. We’ve combined those survey results with some other valuable information to create a free ebook to help guide you through the planning and execution of creating an online association branded gear store for your membership. There is also good information in there about the various decoration types which may help you on your next purchase of staff gear. Hope this helps!


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