About Pinnacle Promotions

Professionals choose Pinnacle. And have for 25 years. | Pinnacle Promotions

Forrest Gump.
Boyz 2 Men.
Friends.
Nancy Kerrigan and Tonya Harding.
OJ and the white Bronco.
The Lion King.
Nelson Mandela.
Pinnacle Promotions.

1994 was a tumultuous year,

but from amidst the chaos, Pinnacle Promotions was formed. Brothers Mitch and Dave Weintraub started selling custom t-shirts from Mitch's bedroom, and before long, they knew they had something. Expanding from t-shirts to promotional products, they saw that no one in the industry was combining creativity, professionalism, and top-notch customer service...so that's what they did.

Word got out, and their client base started expanding. So they started hiring people to help – sales reps, account managers, and designers. They outgrew office space after office space.

Fast-forward to the new millennium,

to the dot-com boom, through the dot-com bust, and the e-commerce revolution – Pinnacle was there, with one of the first e-commerce stores in the promotional products industry, bringing branded apparel and logoed items to anyone with a dial-up connection.

The products have evolved –

from color-changing coffee mugs to multifunction knife/screwdriver/bottle-openers to cell phone accessories, stylus pens, and fidget spinners; from catalog-only sales to ecommerce to social media, Pinnacle has seen it all in this industry.

Our client base has grown.

Brands like Coca-Cola, Milwaukee Tool, Sperry, and Sunoco choose Pinnacle to help them better manage their brands.
Dentist offices, law firms, and tech startups choose Pinnacle to help them grow their brands.
Large or small, Professionals choose Pinnacle.

Not only has Pinnacle survived these past 25 years – it's thrived.

Steadily growing in headcount, office size, and marquee brands, Pinnacle Promotions has become an institution in the promotional products world. And we're heading into the next 25 years stronger than ever.

There are over 24,000 promotional products companies in North America. If you're a professional promotional products buyer, how do you choose the right one?

We think "one that's seen it all over the past 25 years" is a good start.

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