As I mentioned in a prior blog , we want to have an interactive relationship with our customers. We believe that interacting with our customers builds a strong client base and allows for open and honest communication. Allowing interaction between ourselves and our patch customers , gives us the opportunity to get to know our customers better and in return we are better able to service their needs and wants . After being in the patch business for so many years , you began to realize how many custom patches have an amazing story behind them. I have been so inspired and touched by some of the patch stories I have heard. I thought to myself that these custom emblem stories could inspire other people, so we have decided to create an interview custom patch series. I will interview our customers every week and write blogs about them and their custom patches.
I am so excited about our custom patch interview series because I think its a great opportunity for our customers . Our customers with companies , foundations , clubs or charities can really benfeit from our interviews because this gives them another platform to promote themselves.
Below is the first interview from the Custom Patch Interview Series. Enjoy!
Our amazing customer Jesse Reid’s Patch Interview
Question: Tell us about yourself
Answer: Jesse Reid : “I have been in Law Enforcement for over 40 years and collecting patches has been a hobby I enjoy.”
Question: Tell us about your custom patch
Answer : Jesse Reid : ” The Grundy County Patch was designed by Deputy Tony Bean,of that agency, to honor the mining heritage of the area. The mine depicted is at Whitwell,TN. In 1981 they had a methane explosion at Shaft 21, which killed 13 and injured 43 more miners. ”
Thank you Jesse Reid , for allowing me to be apart of your custom patch story! You have been such a pleasure to work with!
If you would like to share your custom embroidered patch story with us , please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I really look forward to hearing your story!