Custom Eclipse Glasses
Don't miss this once in a lifetime marketing opportunity!
On Monday, August 21, 2017, all of North America will be treated to an eclipse of the sun. Anyone within the path of totality can see one of nature’s most awe-inspiring sights - a total solar eclipse. On this path, the moon will completely cover the sun and the sun’s tenuous atmosphere - the corona - can be seen.
Millions of people will be migrating into the path of totality to experience this once in a lifetime event and all of them will require eye protection to view it.
Promote Your Business with Eclipse Glasses
Providing customized eclipse shades with your own logo and custom design is a wonderful way to celebrate the event as well as market your own business.
Purchase custom designed Eclipse Glasses.*
With our fully customized eclipse shades made in the USA, the sky is the limit in the designs you can create. Our design team has the expertise, and the creative vision, to be able to design just the right look for your custom eclipse glasses.
- 1000 @ .99 ea
- 2500 @ .89 ea
- 5000 @ .75 ea
- 10,000 @ .59 ea *Best Value
- 25,000 @ .49 ea
- 50,000 @ .39 ea
No Setup charges for quantities of 1000 and higher!
*Minimum order of 500 required. (will incur $85 setup charge) Prices do not apply to plastic shades option.
Don't need a custom design? Ask us about our stock design options.
Call 615-883-1813 or contact us below to order today.
Hassell and Hughes Lumber Company
"We have had an excellent experience working with Dynamark. We have put them under some time pressures and they have come thru each time. Great products and at prices we were comfortable with."
IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION: You MUST use special eclipse safety glasses to view a partial eclipse and the partial phases of a total eclipse. To do otherwise is risking permanent eye damage and even blindness. The ONLY time it's safe to look at a TOTAL eclipse without proper eye protection is during the very brief period of totality when the Sun is 100 percent blocked by the Moon. If you're in a location where the eclipse won't be total, there is NEVER a time when it's safe to look with unprotected eyes.