We are a full-service custom buttons manufacturer
We are a full-service custom buttons manufacturerDo you need your custom buttons bagged? Everyone Loves Buttons® offers affordable pricing, with fast 1-3 Standard Turnaround time and we can even bag your custom buttons if needed. (call for additional bagging cost)
When it comes to buttons we are a full-service button company!
2.25″ Flat Back Custom Magnets are HOT!
2.25″ Flat Back Custom Magnets are HOT!Everyone Loves Buttons® offers Custom Magnets in 9 sizes, from 1″ round up to 3″ round. We also offer unique shapes like our 1.5″ square, as well as oval and rectangle shapes for all your custom buttons magnet needs. As always, we feature standard 1-3 business day turnaround time to make those tight deadlines or you can choose our Best Value pricing option! When your looking to advertise or promote your products or message custom button magnets are the way to go! Call today for your custom magnets quote.
Custom Buttons USA Made
Custom Buttons USA MadeOur owner takes pride that our Button parts & Buttons Machines are all Made right here in the USA! We started in San Diego, CA in 1997 and have since moved our Custom Buttons operation to the Valley of the Sun in Phoenix, AZ. We take pride that we are manufacturing your custom buttons with Made in USA parts on USA made equipment, it really does make a difference.
Service, Quality & Value Since 1997
We will work on Saturday to meet deadlines!
We are working on a Saturday to meet your tight Custom Buttons deadlines!No button order is too small or too big! We will get it done to meet your deadline even if it means working on a Saturday to meet the deadline for one of our clients Custom Buttons job!.. We received a call this week to get 37,000 custom buttons shipped out by freight carrier on Tuesday, with our dedicated crew and a owner who prides herself on customer service we are all working hard on a Saturday to make it happen so our client can meet there deadline for the event. We have the fastest turnaround time in the custom buttons industry and our employees pride themselves in the quality & service they provide. Remember on Motto our Custom Buttons Motto: We Make you Look Good! Everyone Loves Buttons Inc.® – Service, Quality and Value Since 1997
Our standard turnaround time on Custom Buttons is now 1-3 days
Eat a Slice of Pizza and check out our Custom Buttons
Everyone Loves Buttons® custom buttons are popping up everywhere you go around the country so if you are ever around a Sbarro’s family pizza go in and enjoy a slice and check out the custom shaped buttons we produced for them.
Sbarro’s A Family Tradition
In 1956, the Sbarro family opened their first Salumeria (Italian grocery store) in Brooklyn, which was soon a neighborhood favorite for its exceptionally fresh food and authentic Italian fare, including homemade mozzarella, imported cheese, and delicious sausage and salami.
The quality of the food was surpassed only by the Sbarro family’s extraordinary passion for their guests, a people-oriented foundation that continues to translate into the highest standards of customer service today.
The success of the Sbarro Salumeria led to the opening of more locations throughout the New York City area. In 1967, Sbarro opened its first mall-based restaurant in Brooklyn’s Kings Plaza Shopping Center, marking the birth of the modern Sbarro concept: delicious, fresh and authentic Italian food in an open kitchen that allowed for fast self service. Since 1967, the King’s Plaza business model has been replicated over 1,000 times – helping Sbarro expand throughout the U.S, and the rest of the world.
The History of Political Pins and Buttons
Political buttons, or pins, have been used for the larger part of American history to show support for and promote political candidates or other views. Their form has evolved over the years as technology developed. While they originally resembled clothing buttons sewn into jackets, modern versions typically contain photographic images or slogans with a pin built into the back. In a way, these buttons serve a similar purpose to yard signs and bumper stickers that turn up every election year.
The First Political Buttons
Almost every American president had some type of campaign button, or pin, and this tradition started with George Washington. Although presidential candidates did not campaign in the same way they do today, once they were elected their supporters used buttons to celebrate the appointment. Many kinds of brass clothing buttons were made for the inauguration of Washington including some that were engraved with Long Live the President, and others that were engraved with just his initials. The buttons sewn into Washingtons jacket featured 13 chain links surrounding the buttons border, which represented the original 13 states.
Buttons as a Political Tool
Andrew Jackson was one of the first people to mass-produce political buttons during his campaign in 1824. He used brass coins to create his buttons and had his image as a military general imprinted on them. He started this as a way to market himself, which is obviously a strategy that continues today.
Buttons were also used to display opinions regarding agendas that were unrelated to presidential elections. During the 1910s buttons were produced with an image of an umbrella and the Safety First slogan to show endorsement for banning alcohol in the United States. The prohibition of alcohol was mandated in 1920 and when supporters of the opposing view started wearing slogans such as We Want Beer.
The Beginning of the Modern Button
The first photographic images used on campaign pins date back to the mid-nineteenth century. The invention of the tintype and ferrotype enabled the production of small portraits of candidates encircled with metal frames, which supporters could wear as lapel pins. President Abraham Lincoln and his opponents had the first election buttons that were made with tin type or ferrotype photographs.
According to collectors, the first buttons that were similar to the form we see them in today were made during the presidential election of 1896. These buttons were used almost completely for promotional purposes and were made by putting a piece of celluloid protective covering over paper before wrapping it around a section of metal. This technology resulted in the creation of many colorful and artistic pins.
Political Pins Today
Many buttons are still produced today, at an even greater amount than they were in the past, because of less costly production methods and the widespread availability of machines. We are also seeing new forms of political buttons gaining popularity, like the disposable stick-on-badge. These badges can be made more cheaply than buttons and can also be produced in large quantities. Another type of newer campaign button is a web button. These are made by using computer graphics and can be distributed easily with minimal expenditure. Even with these changes, there is nothing quite like wearing your buttons to show your support at an event.