I love grand statements (actually its my father’s favorite saying). The guaranteed lowest price offer always makes me chuckle because it can’t be valid. it’s just a marketing gimmick. Don’t folks see through it? Wouldn’t seeing such a too-good-to-be-true offer just raise red flags?
I just reviewed 4imprint.com and found their president (full picture too!) on the home page stating 4ipmrint would give customers “double back” the difference in price. HA; can’t be true, right! low and behold I found a Harriton M265 (they don’t use manufacturer style numbers so they can’t be compared!) for $15.50 for 12 units: http://www.4imprint.com/tag/94/Sport-Shirts/product/105472-M/Harriton-5-oz.-Easy-Blend-Polo-Mens
Fair enough, they include embroidery and charge a $35 set-up charge. Our price for the same shirt (M265) is $9.23 plus $4 embroidery or $13.23: http://www.corporatecasuals.com/main/item.aspx?storeproductid=14869&catid=1&subcatid=3#
We also offer no set-up charge for logos designed online and the same $35 charge for a custom digitized design. But, you get my point: we’re obviously lower priced and they still have a “lowest price guarantee”! Ask Kevin for some money back since you can’t “believe it”.
p.s. We don’t offer a lowest price guarantee because we don’t have to…