When you run an organization or a business, creating a sense of unity is incredibly important. You will also want a way to ensure that the world knows about you and your mission or offerings. Although a t-shirt or a logo could work, there are other, more distinctive options that are worth looking into. One of the best ways to let people know of your organization and to create a sense of camaraderie amongst your members, employees, or volunteers is to use embroidered patches.
There are plenty of organizations that can benefit from embroidered patches. Here are just a few.
1. Sports Teams
If you run a sports team, such as a little league baseball team, an embroidered patch can display the person’s membership and enthusiasm to the rest of the community. This makes your players feel special and, of course, a true part of the team. The great part is that, with customized patches, any type of sport and any logo can be represented – from teenage soccer teams to college lacrosse and beyond. Also, each member can have their team number and name on the patch, making everyone feel like they stand out.
2. Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts
One of the best ways to show off your scout troop pride is by using an embroidered patch. In fact, earning patches is one of the hallmarks and major goals of scouting – the more you have, the more you have achieved in the organization. In addition, the patches can even be worked into the arts and crafts portions of scout activities. After all, nothing looks better on a scout uniform than a classic embroidered patch—or patches—that can be sewn or ironed onto them by the members themselves.
The military is one of the most well-known organizations to use patches. They are an important part of the uniform, often indicating rank and the specific position a person holds, and complement the pins and insignias that bedeck a uniform. These patches can also commemorate particular assignments and missions.
4. Local Organizations
Many types of local organizations could also use embroidered patches to great effect. From the local book club to the fire department, most groups want to have a sense of purpose and belonging, and patches can give them that. Since some of these types of groups may not have uniforms on which to place a patch, you could always offer customized totes, messenger bags or even t-shirts.
These four different uses for embroidered patches are very common. However, nearly every club, organization, or even business could benefit tremendously from having them. Just remember to have a specific logo design in mind and you will be ready to go!