Tea towels are the perfect souvenir for tourists to pack in their suitcase or for locals to send to friends and family overseas. They’re a useful memento that’s displayed often, acting as a constant reminder of their travels and also work as a mini-billboard for the area/business that they originated from – which is why they are always such a popular selling item for visitor centres and other tourist hot spots. Redland Museum in Cleveland, QLD is a prime example of such a place and we recently had the pleasure of printing a natural cotton tea towel for them to add to the merchandise they offer.
Redlands is the local history museum in South East Queensland’s Redlands region and has over 14,000 artifacts displayed as a record of the Shire’s history from 1842 to present day. Their new tea towel features full colour photos of some of the popular displays in the museum as well as the building itself. Museum volunteer Sandra coordinated the tea towel project and shared this lovely feedback with us “The carton of Redland Museum tea towels arrived at the end of January, well ahead of schedule. All four of us involved in the project are very pleased – in fact, thrilled with the tea towels and congratulate you on your efficiency, expertise and service, all three of which are excellent. The museum staff left the carton unopened until 1st February so that all four of us would be present at the grand opening! I am intending to send tea towels to my overseas friends in Berlin and Norfolk, knowing in advance that they will be most impressed.”
Thanks for sharing Sandra and all the staff at Redland Museum!
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