Embroidered Caps

Amazing Marketing Choices are Embroidered Baseball Caps

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Embroidered Baseball Caps can help advertise your business.

Mark Venit, a leading embroidered baseball cap consultant, commissioned a study in 2011 to see how many people read the front of baseball caps.


Baseball Caps attract Lots of Eyeballs.

One hundred people per day will see an embroidered cap worn outside the house on a typical full day of routine activity – excluding sporting events, concerts, and gatherings. If you wear it once a week, that’s more than 5,000 impressions in one year. And if worn to class, a mall, or a public event, the advertising will escalate to thousands of eyeballs within hours.

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How much is the Cost?

Let’s say at a selling price of $7.00 per embroidered baseball cap, $1.00 invested in an embroidered cap does generate 100 impressions per day. Wearing it ten times per day will produce 1,000 eyeballs. That is $.006 per impression! Who wouldn’t love to have that type of return?


Customer Loyalty

For customers that enjoy wearing their embroidered baseball cap regularly, the impact on customer loyalty and awareness over time is empirically inestimable in dollars and cents. But the qualitative effects on the customer are downright enormous.


Quality of Cap Matters

Customers more often wear higher-end caps, such as New Era and Richardson. As of 2022, an embroidered New Era cap costs $35.00 at retail. One thousand eyeballs with ten wearings work out to $.02 per eyeball.


Buy Your Caps from Northwest Custom Apparel

Your local embroidery shop is the best place to purchase custom embroidered caps. You can Google Search, “Where do I purchase embroidered baseball caps in Seattle?” Generally, the minimum order size is 24 caps per embroidered logo. Some mom-and-pop shops will do as low as one; however, you will be paying a $100 setup fee and $50 per cap, which is ridiculously overpriced. Northwest Custom Apparel has been embroidering caps since 1977. When you are in the Seattle/Tacoma region, we invite you to stop by our showroom, and our helpful staff will pick the perfect hat for your business.

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About Erik Mickelson

Erik Mickelson is the author of Northwest Custom Apparel's blogs. Erik has been with Northwest Custom Apparel since 1996 after graduating from Washington State University and is the founder of the Apparel Graphic Academy. Trained by the custom graphic apparel industry's best, Mark Venit, Erik brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to the Embroidery Adventure blog. As they say, 'Experience is the best teacher.' We are proud to have Erik as part of our team!