Client: Jack Morton Worldwide
Location: Chicago, IL
Project Scope: Embroidery
When global marketing and brand agency Jack Morton Worldwide discovered Salty Printing, the clock was already ticking. Jennifer Nolan, of Jack Morton’s Chicago office, had found us through the amazing channel of the web and called us in a rush mode. Her client (a giant in themselves) needed to reupholster four large reclining chairs for an event held at the Tampa Convention Center… in less than 10 days from the point of her initial call to us.
What does Salty Printing have to do with reupholstery? Nothing because that was up to Walt’s Upholstery, a shop located in Tampa that Jennifer also contacted. However, before the new and raw fabric was to be applied, it needed to be embellished with an embroidered logo.
Between the cooperation, patience, and dedication of the three companies involved (Jack Morton, Walt’s Upholstery and Salty Printing), teamwork was cyber and real. Without any need to leave her Chicago desk, Jennifer was remotely able to provide to her clients these beautifully finished chairs… ON TIME.
“… the folks at Salty Printing did an outstanding job on a rush embroidery job. They turned it around quickly and it looked amazing, I would use them again in a heartbeat!”
Jennifer Nolan, Senior Producer, Jack Nolan Worldwide
We were told that the end-user clients “LOVED” the embroidery!
Kudos to our very own Shane Martin, who runs our production facility at Salty Printing’s Palmetto location. (high fives to that!)
Embroidery “sew-out” sample clip