We wanted to let you know that we are having our Clayton Custom Guitar Picks annual Thanksgiving Sale!! We sent out our e-mail blast today with the discount code, but in case you did not get it, the code is NOV10. This discount is for 15% off any order of custom guitar picks, and it is for three days only (November 15th-17th)! All you have to do is visit our site at www.claytoncustom.com to design your pick. You will be able to place your order directly online, and there will be a prompt for the discount code. Enter in NOV10 [...]
As many of you Clayton fans know, we have been conducting a Why Do You Love Clayton Youtube Contest!, and we have our finalists! We need you to vote for your favorite one! You can check out their videos through the links listed below:
How do you vote? You can visit our facebook page and go to the “Notes” section or our Wall and just let us know if you prefer video A or B. You can also comment on our Twitter, or e-mail me (Melissa) at firstname.lastname@example.org and tell me which one you like! [...]
Musicians, artists, friends, and family be sure to stop by our facebook page this weekend to take advantage of our limited time discount for custom orders! We have a special discount that will end on 5/10/10 at 11:59pm. Just go to our facebook page each day to find the special code!
We are also having a special contest where you can win custom guitar picks! In honoring our facebook launch we will randomly give away a set of 100 custom picks you [...]
We are offering 15% off all custom pick orders though March 18th! Now is the time to place your fisrt order, or place a re-order on our amazing picks! Use code LUCKY15 during check-out.
*15% off applies to only online orders of Clayton Custom Guitar Picks. To recieve 15% off of your order, enter promo code LUCKY15 in the promotion code box in your shopping cart during checkout. Discount will be reflected in checkout. Does not apply to previous purchases [...]
Enter for a Chance to Win 100 Custom Picks from Steve Clayton in the “Expose Yourself” Song Contest!
Steve Clayton, Inc. is proud to sponsor the “Expose Yourself” Song Contest during the month of March, 2010. The contest has been created by ReviewPosse.com to help aspiring bands get the chance for some publicity and press exposure. ReviewPosse.com is an online music review journal that focuses on showcasing yet-to-be-discovered musical talents. They will pick one Grand Prize winner and three honorable mentions from the contest entries. Included in the contest Grand Prize is 100 full-color custom guitar picks from Steve Clayton Inc., with [...]
We are currently offering 10% off your next order of custom guitar picks. Use code SEPT09 during checkout to apply the discount. Discount is valid starting now through 9/30/09. See below for terms.
*10% off applies to only online orders of Clayton Custom Guitar Picks. To recieve 10% off of your order, enter promo code SEPT09 in the promotion code box in your shopping cart during checkout. Discount will be reflected in checkout. Does not apply to previous purchases or Gift Card purchases, and can not be combined with any other discount offer. Offer expires 9/30/09 at 11:59 [...]
We wanted to let all of our blog subscribers know that during each of the months of May, June and July, we will randomly select one subscriber that will win 100 free custom picks of their choice. Winners can create any 100 picks up to a $75 value! Make sure to subscribe to our blog feed by clicking on the “orange Entries (RSS) button” in the upper right corner of our blog. Or you can click here: Subscribe to the Clayton Blog. The winner’s guitar pick will be showcased on the blog once it is printed and shipped. [...]
This week my brother-in-law was called to duty over in Iraq. As of today he has arrived into Iraq safely and will be there for the next year. We sent over several guitar picks with him including our American Hotties and our Camo Picks. Playing music is such a great past time for the troops over there. Over the years we have supported many efforts to send musical products to the troops, as we appreciate all that they sacrifice [...]