It’s never too early to start planning your next appreciation event! Employee Appreciation Day
is right around the corner on March 1st, and it’s a great opportunity to let your team know they’re appreciated. When you’re planning an annual event like this, the greatest challenge is coming up with a new idea. After all, appreciation events don’t happen every day, and you want to leave a lasting impression!
Our favorite idea to make this year’s appreciation event more memorable is custom t-shirts
. We’ve given t-shirts to our team to celebrate meeting a goal, the launch of a big project, or the end of the year. The t-shirts are always a big hit with our team, and we think your team will love them, too!
Custom t-shirts are a practical appreciation gift. Employees will wear their shirts on casual days, and when they go out to lunch, they advertise for your company! The t-shirts serve as both an item of company pride and promote your culture in the community.
You can create a custom t-shirt for any occasion.
Our new team shirts shop
has hundreds of designs to accommodate any and all events and celebrations. If you don’t see the perfect design, we can create one for you! Customize your t-shirts with your organization’s logo and three lines of personalization to make a truly unique team shirt.
Make it a memorable gift.
Get employees’ shirt sizes ahead of time, so you can give each employee their shirt on the day of your event. When presenting custom t-shirts to your team, make it look beautiful and fun! Roll each t-shirt and tie with ribbon, package in a gift bag
, or shoot them out of a sling shot at a large gathering. Carefully consider the presentation so your shirts leave a lasting impression of appreciation!
Encourage your team to wear their shirts.
After your appreciation event is over and gone, continue to engage your team by selecting days to wear their custom shirts. Celebrate many of the recognition holidays on our Recognition Event Calendar
with a team casual day, enter employees in a raffle when they wear their shirt on a casual day, and ask for employees to submit pictures of themselves wearing the shirts in interesting locations. Make the team shirts part of your culture for long lasting fun and engagement!