Promotional Printed Matches

You can personalize these custom printed matches with your company name and logo. These make a lasting impression on your customers. Personalized Matches are the most cost-effective advertising medium ever invented! You will find no equal in low cost advertising as these book of matches.

Give us a call (706-374-0710) for a FREE quote and to put our years of promotional and advertising experience to work for you.

There will be an additional $50 non-refundable artwork layout charge which must be paid before work can begin. Stock Colors only are available on White Match Books: black, blue, green, red and purple.

Minimum order is one case, or 2500 books and are packed in cases of 2500 matchbooks.

 

Reverse Stock Colors on White Books of Matches
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$136.00
per Case
$115.00
per Case
$101.25
per Case
$90.30
per Case
$88.20
per Case
 
 

 

Assorted Colors on Black (Reverse) Match Books
2500 Books 5000 Books 10,000 Books 25,000 Books 50,000 Books
1 Case
2 Cases
4 Cases
10 Cases
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$136.00
per Case
$115.00
per Case
$101.25
per Case
$90.30
per Case
$88.20
per Case
 
 

 

Reverse Brown on Beige Match Books
2500 Books 5000 Books 10,000 Books 25,000 Books 50,000 Books
1 Case
2 Cases
4 Cases
10 Cases
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$136.00
per Case
$115.00
per Case
$101.25
per Case
$90.30
per Case
$88.20
per Case
 
 

 

Reverse Burgundy on Gray Book of Matches
2500 Books 5000 Books 10,000 Books 25,000 Books 50,000 Books
1 Case
2 Cases
4 Cases
10 Cases
20 Cases
$136.00
per Case
$115.00
per Case
$101.25
per Case
$90.30
per Case
$88.20
per Case
 
 

 

Reverse Black, Red and Yellow Match Books
2500 Books 5000 Books 10,000 Books 25,000 Books 50,000 Books
1 Case
2 Cases
4 Cases
10 Cases
20 Cases
$136.00
per Case
$115.00
per Case
$101.25
per Case
$90.30
per Case
$88.20
per Case
 
Black Reverse Personalized Matchbooks Customized Red Reverse Mattch Books - Wholesale Prices Personalized Yellow Reverse Matchbooks Wholesale Prices
 

 

Black or Blue & Red on White Matches
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$153.75
per Case
$130.00 per Case $115.50
per Case
$102.90
per Case
$100.80 per Case
 
Personalized Black or Blue & Red on White Match Books
 

 

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Personalized Matches bring you American history lessons:

September 8, 1664

New Amsterdam becomes New York

Dutch Governor Peter Stuyvesant surrenders New Amsterdam, the capital of New Netherland, to an English naval squadron under Colonel Richard Nicolls. Stuyvesant had hoped to resist the English, but he was an unpopular ruler, and his Dutch subjects refused to rally around him. Following its capture, New Amsterdam's name was changed to New York, in honor of the Duke of York, who organized the mission.

The colony of New Netherland was established by the Dutch West India Company in 1624 and grew to encompass all of present-day New York City and parts of Long Island, Connecticut, and New Jersey. A successful Dutch settlement in the colony grew up on the southern tip of Manhattan Island and was christened New Amsterdam.

To legitimatize Dutch claims to New Amsterdam, Dutch governor Peter Minuit formally purchased Manhattan from the local tribe from which it derives it name in 1626. According to legend, the Manhattans--Indians of Algonquian linguistic stock--agreed to give up the island in exchange for trinkets valued at only $24. However, as they were ignorant of European customs of property and contracts, it was not long before the Manhattans came into armed conflict with the expanding Dutch settlement at New Amsterdam. Beginning in 1641, a protracted war was fought between the colonists and the Manhattans, which resulted in the death of more than 1,000 Indians and settlers.

In 1664, New Amsterdam passed to English control, and English and Dutch settlers lived together peacefully. In 1673, there was a short interruption of English rule when the Netherlands temporary regained the settlement. In 1674, New York was returned to the English, and in 1686 it became the first city in the colonies to receive a royal charter. After the American Revolution, it became the first capital of the United States.