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SA-branded Hoodzpeaks for World Cup 2010

Issued by: Right Stuff | 11 May 2010 10:49
Hoodzpeaks® are attachments which fit snugly onto the peak of any regular cap to provide extended protection from the sun. Hoodzpeaks® snap onto peak caps, providing additional sun protection for the critical high-risk zones - face and ears.
Our South African-branded Hoodzpeaks® are cost-effective and highly visible in crowded stadiums. At a low cost of R4 each, they are sure to be a crowd-pleaser!
  • Price: R4.00 each sold in packs of 100 (R400 for 100) - 100% payment upfront
  • Printed with the South African flag
  • Ideal as give-aways for staff and supporters going to the stadium for the 2010 World Cup
  • Attaches to any peak cap
  • Proudly South African
  • See http://www.hoodzpeaks.com and http://www.rightstuff.tv
Production time: 12 working days. Minimum order: 100 units.

PATENT NO's: ZA 2006/8853 ZA 2005/8876 PCT ZA 2006/000099


>> Flat size 247mm x 292mm
>> Stock: 250gm gloss art card
>> Print: 4 process coloours one side / die cut

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