Category: "Binders & Tabs" (Page 3)
Dave & Busters Menu Binder, PE Black

Dave & Busters Menu Binder, PE Black

Product Details Sitting in Dave and Busters and seeing this binder at your table really reflects the brand and image of the company. This drink menu is not only durable but looks great. The uniqueness of this binder was that it was made from black polyethylene with...
Convert-All Spec Binder, PP Tinted

Convert-All Spec Binder, PP Tinted

Product Details The group of binders just demonstrates the variety and uniqueness we can provide in this product line. Using unique materials in clear, frosted, tinted or opaque colors can offer a “Stand-out” product. Along with great graphic printing...
Varity with Custom Cover Sets, PE White

Varity with Custom Cover Sets, PE White

Product Details Covers on a wiro or spiral bond book don’t have to be boring. Make a so-so presentation item stand out with specialty printed two-piece covers. These two company’s used the covers on their bond books to make statement. Each cover was made with...
Coca-Cola Marketing Binder, PE White

Coca-Cola Marketing Binder, PE White

Product Details Coca Cola is not only a great drink but a huge icon to everyone. When producing these binders we not only printed the iconic graphics, but took it one step more and cut the front cover of the binder to match the profile of the Coke bottle. The binder...
Chilli’s Drink Menu Binder, PE ProFuse

Chilli’s Drink Menu Binder, PE ProFuse

Product Details What a great application for a plastic binder using it as a drink and dessert menu. The binder was produced using white polyethylene with an exclusive PolyLux finish. The binder uses a standard 1/2″ ring mechanism along with a trademarked process...
Chevy Cruise Binder, PE Gray

Chevy Cruise Binder, PE Gray

Product Details This manager’s launch support kit offers function and a unique design to this binder. The binder was produced using polyethylene in a opaque light gray material. The binder starts with the concept using a standard 1″ ring mechanism, but...