Product Code: 183927
Product Colours Available
Yellow, Off White, Orange, Red, Green
Minimum Order Quantity
£10.00 per design per position
15-20 working days from proof approval
About this Product
Promotional Tennis Balls are made from a fibrous felt (fuzzy felt) and they come in the well-known standard yellow or off white, red and orange. This classic printed tennis ball can be personalised with your business name or logo (subject to confirmation as not all logos are ideal for tennis balls) on the middle section of the ball, keeping your logo at the heart of every game. Black print is recommended (we do not advise blue print on yellow balls), 2 and 3 colour print is transfer printed.
These tennis balls promotional grade and are ideal for promotions, souvenirs and light recreational play, match grade balls are available at an additional cost. Promoting during Wimbledon, Queens or even for your local tennis club? What better way to get ahead of the competition and to have your logo seen on this classic piece of sports equipment, bringing enjoyment to a wide range of clients and advertising your company or campaign simultaneously for a great price!
Please note that not all logos and designs can be printed as the nature of the material can cause fine lines and small text to fill in during the screen print process, therefore your logo will need to be reviewed and verified before confirmation is given that we can print it.
Prices include personalisation in 1 position. Prices exclude VAT, origination and carriage.
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