Husband and Wife See Continued Success With Fully Promoted of Escondido

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Couple Eschews Retirement to Help Businesses Grow

Joseph and Emily Ocampo opened their Fully Promoted Escondido business located at 1356 West Valley Parkway, STE L last March. Serving the North County San Diego areas, the Ocampos continue to use the businessEntrepreneur Magazine named as the number one embroidery franchise to provide custom embroidery products and services.

The husband and wife team combined a mix of business acumen and artistic passion that led them to Fully Promoted. Joseph served as president at Tungsten Heavy Powder, Inc. for two years and before that served as vice president and general manager at Pulse Electronics for 11 years. Emily worked as a professional muralist in the San Francisco Bay area for 16 years and has a passion for sewing and crafts.

“Emily and I searched for a new career that would appeal to our strengths,” said Joseph. “After an extensive search of many different companies we decided the ‘promotional marketing apparel’ business was a good fit for the two of us. We had a few options, but Fully Promoted stood out among them all for its tremendous reputation from customers and franchisees alike.”

With Fully Promoted, the Ocampos provide embroidery products and services that include corporate apparel, promotional products, uniforms and t-shirts. The nature of the business serves to inspire the couple and keeps them happy and productive.

“With our company we play an active role in helping people and companies promote their business, which has demonstrated a measurable influence on our customer’s company growth,” said Emily. “Fully Promoted’s products are of high quality, diversified and can be used in hundreds of different ways to gain people’s attention. Most importantly the products and services are fun to sell and change with the times.”

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