Souvenirs have always been a core part of the travel experience. People have always collected items from their travels to connect with their memory of the experience. From ancient voyagers to the expeditions of Lewis & Clark, souvenirs have been a way to communicate the experience to those who couldn’t tag along. When travel became more affordable and more global migration began, souvenirs also boomed. See the below infographic from Holiday Inn for more on the history of souvenirs.

Evolution of Souvenirs

The Evolution of Souvenirs

23Feb 2015

This time last year, our website consisted of our old Terrell Creative logo and a ‘Contact Us’ link. Today, we are excited to announce a new website with a full product catalog and more complete information about our company. We could provide you with an in-depth, eloquent description of the new website, but it’s easier […]

23Dec 2014

As we approach the upcoming holidays, we’d like to keep you informed of our office hours. Christmas Eve (December 24th): Phones will be answered, but most staff will be unavailable. Christmas (December 25th): Office Closed December 26th: Office Closed New Year’s Eve (December 31st) : Open New Year’s Day (January 1st):¬†Office Closed

04Sep 2014

WOW… there is a lot happening at Terrell Creative. My name is Bill Miko, and I am the new President of Terrell Creative. First I want to thank all of our customers for¬† their support as we celebrate thirty years in business this year. We could not have achieved this milestone without loyal customers like […]