Diane Palma, Partner and Art Director at digho, said, “We love these socks. They turned out so great and are so beautiful. The design is perfect for us and we can’t wait to share them with our clients, family and friends.”
John Cronin said, “Seeing the smiles on their faces when they saw the socks made me feel so happy.”
“We make personal deliveries with our custom socks whenever possible,” said Mark X. Cronin, John's co-founder and father. “The hand delivery adds the personal touch we love, plus it is always wonderful to see their reaction to the socks. John loves it.”
“I am so happy that we got to make socks for Diane and Maria. They do so much for so many people that it is good for us to do something good for them,” said John.
Maria Misko, Partner and Art Director at digho, said, “We have wanted to make socks with John and Mark for so long. Our clients and friends have been asking for them. We can’t wait to start handing out these socks.”
“We loved making these socks for digho,” said Mark. “They are an essential member of the Huntington community, supporting the arts and active with local businesses and in the Chamber of Commerce. We have worked with them on many projects in multiple businesses. They are the go-to design shop in the area.”
Mark added, “Since digho is a graphic design shop, we knew we had to come through with a brilliant design for them. It was so great to see their reaction and how much they loved the socks.”
Why Custom Socks from John’s Crazy Socks?
Companies have no shortage of promotional materials: pens, coffee cups, t-shirts, and the like. As one customer put it, “We’re so tired of the same old stuff.”
Socks are different. People smile when they get their socks. And they wear them. Every time they pull on your pair of socks, they think of you and they feel good. That’s why custom socks from John’s Crazy Socks make great gifts.
Diane Palma, who works with organizations on branding, said, “The socks stand out. People love to receive them and they make a lasting impression.”
Mark X. Cronin, said, “You get so much more than just custom socks when you order from us. The socks are great – after all, we have over 30,000 five-star reviews – and we make the design process so easy. People have a lot of fun coming up with great designs. Each purchase helps us employ people with differing abilities – more than half our workforce has a differing ability – and you help us give back. At John’s Crazy Socks, we pledge five percent of earnings to the Special Olympics and raise money for charity partners like the Autism Society of America, the National Down Syndrome Society and United Cerebral Palsy. With our custom socks, you’ll be spreading happiness. When people wear the custom socks, they talk about your business and connect that to telling the story of John’s Crazy Socks.”
Making custom socks is a growing part of the business for John’s Crazy Socks. Mark X. Cronin said, “We’ve made them for large companies (Microsoft, Allianz, Voya Financial, Google and more) as well as small businesses, lawyers, doctors, and accountants. We’ve made them for charities (e.g., Special Olympics, Best Buddies, Parent-Teacher Organizations, etc.) that have used the socks to raise money. And we’ve made them for private events like weddings and sweet sixteen parties.”
We’d love to make custom socks for your organization or talk about our other Business Services like custom gift bags, fulfillment services or our Charity Fundraising Program. Click here for more information on making custom socks or call us at 1-631-760-5625.
As image marketing professionals, digho commits to expressing your organization’s character, soul and energy. They recognize what makes you unique and different. As artists, they understand the human psychology of impression. That’s why their goal is to create a lasting impression of your organization and brand.
From logo design to trade show displays or web site banners, digho starts by getting personal. To artistically express your image requires an intimate knowledge of the owner, his or her vision, their corporate culture and long-term goals. Diane and Maria take the time to get to know you first. They believe in “Total Collaboration.” They work with your marketing and sales departments, your web designers and your printer. Total Image Creation requires collaboration with anyone who is engaged in representing your image.
The results? Branding and image making that is true to who you are and helps communicate your essence to the world at large. To learn more about digho, visit their website at https://dighoarts.com.
About John’s Crazy Socks
John’s Crazy Socks was inspired by John Lee Cronin, a young man with Down syndrome, and his love of colorful and fun socks—what he calls his “crazy socks.” He and his father, Mark X. Cronin, started the company as a social enterprise with a mission of Spreading Happiness™. With more than 4,000 socks, John’s Crazy Socks is now the world’s largest sock store. More than half their employees have a differing ability, and their Giving Back program has raised over $650,000 for charity partners like the Special Olympics, the National Down Syndrome Society, and the Autism Society of America. Most of all, they are Spreading Happiness™.
For more information about John’s Crazy Socks, visit our webpage, Facebook page, Instagram account, TikTok or YouTube channel. You can also contact us at 631-760-5625 or via email at email@example.com.