Custom Jelly Beans

Do you love Easter and all the fun it brings? Are you a big fan of filling Easter baskets for all of the young people? Do you have fond memories of eating those little goodies called jelly beans when you were a child? You aren’t alone-jelly beans have been a favorite since the early 20th century. They have actually been with us much longer than that; they were around as early as the 17th century. Jelly beans even gained fame as the favorite treat of Ronald Reagan! (He used them as a substitute when trying to stop smoking.)
Custom jelly beans complete with a copy of your logo, make for a great promotional tool as part of your overall marketing campaign. The brightly colored candy is available in either fruit or spice varieties, and comes in a wide assortment of packaging.
You can elect to distribute your personalized jelly beans in a large Apothecary glass jar with either a 4-color process decal or a direct imprint of your logo is a readily visible 2.5” x 2” size. Other companies prefer to use a clear plastic cellophane bag printed with a high gloss four color decal to showcase their company information or logo. Either style works equally well. It is just a matter of personal choice when making your selection.
Some styles are easier or more cost effective when used for large scale giveaways, such as at a tradeshow or convention. Others lend themselves better when given as gifts to employees or customers. The large glass jars make a colorful statement when placed for easy reach on an office counter. The jelly bean dispenser is a novel and fun gift, as is the Candy take out box. You can choose jelly bean mug stuffer bags.
The perfect choice Custom jelly beans might just be the Maple Ridge Farms Executive Jelly Bean Dispenser for the top salesman or valued customer.
Any choice of a promotional jelly bean product will be an advantage for your marketing and advertising campaign. Your company will automatically get a lift from the fun and quality connection provided by the use of these items.

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