Note Low Wholesale Prices on Custom Printed Frisbees

Buy Frisbees with your custom message. Wholesale Frisbes at low prices. Buy these with your custom message and logo.

These flying saucers or frisbees are a great gift for Vacation Bible School! They are also great at company picnics for reinforcing paper plates and giving to employees to take home. Note our Special Low Prices. Give us a call 706-374-0710 for a FREE quote and to put our years of promotional and advertising experience to work for you.

An additional artwork charge of $55 which is non-refundable must be paid before work can begin. Add an additional $25 for logos and other artwork. Prices are for 1-color imprint. (Re-Orders pay additional $30 reset screen fee.)

US Pricing
Quantity Custom Printed Frisbees 200 500 1,000 2,500
9" Regular or Translucent Frisbee .94 .87 .78 .75
Sale Price thru 12/31/19 n/a .77 .75 .72

Contact us for Canadian pricing.

9 inch Frisbee with Custom Message Imprinted

9" Promotional Frisbee Flyer

Opaque Item Colors for frisbee flyer: Blue, Red, White, Black, Yellow, Neon Pink, Neon Green, Neon Orange.

9 Inch Frisbee with Personalized Message

9" Promotional Translucent Frisbee Flyer

Item Colors for translucent Frisbee flyer: Translucent Green, Purple, Blue, Red.

Frisbee - Promotional Advertising, Increase Name Identification using a mini flying saucer at wholesale prices

Name identification. If people see your name on a repetitive basis, they soon learn your name and become familiar with it. After becoming familiar with your name, and you have the high recall in their mind, they become comfortable voting for you. People do not feel comfortable voting for a stranger. Increasing your Name Identification -- the most important purpose of a political advertising campaign. Use a Frisbee flyer and a cheap discount bumper sticker.

For the popular economical Frisbee in sizes 4 and 5 inches, visit Frisbee Disc

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This day in history.

September 11, 1814

America victorious on Lake Champlain

During the Battle of Plattsburg on Lake Champlain, a newly built U.S. fleet under Master Commandant Thomas Macdonough destroys a British squadron, forcing the British to abandon their siege of the U.S. fort at Plattsburg and retreat to Canada on foot. The American victory saved New York from possible invasion and helped lead to the conclusion of peace negotiations between Britain and the United States in Ghent, Belgium.

The War of 1812 began on June 18, 1812, when the United States declared war on Britain. The war declaration, opposed by a sizable minority in Congress, had been called in response to the British economic blockade of France, the induction of American seamen into the British Royal Navy against their will, and the British support of hostile Indian tribes along the Great Lakes frontier. A faction of Congress known as the "War Hawks" had been advocating war with Britain for several years and had not hidden their hopes that a U.S. invasion of Canada might result in significant territorial gains for the United States.