About Us

About Us

Creative Expressions Inc, a Utah promotional specialties company, is a women-owned business located in Murray, Utah. We focus on quality and customer service as we offer brand-imprinted products and customized online stores for our clients. Our 30,000 square foot facility provides in house screen printing and embroidery, digitizing and art services, allowing us to control all phases of the production process, which keeps costs down and quality at the highest level while providing quick turnaround and competitive pricing.

We also have a terrific showroom where clients can see samples of our popular items and discuss their options with knowledgeable sales staff.

25 years ago, Hydee Willis, owner and president of Creative Expressions, Inc., started her business with a single embroidery machine in her basement. Creative Expressions has grown into a solid community business employing more than 50 people. Hydee strives to stay on the cusp of innovation and was one of the first companies in the Salt Lake Valley to offer onsite day care to her employees. Creative Expressions is still run by Hydee along with co-owner Katrina Steck.


What makes us different?


We carry many of our promotional products in our showroom in Murray, so you can come in and look at the items you’re interested in before you make a purchasing decision. You can even talk to the production manager while you’re there to figure out the best way to implement your logo into our designs.

Because we work with hundreds of clients and vendors, we are able to offer an incredibly wide variety of items. Our high quality products are available to you at a much lower price point than any of our competitors. We can customize any of our products to fit you and your promotional needs.


Awards & Recognitions


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