Custom Logo Pretzels

When you think of promotional pretzels, what do you picture? Regular knot like pretzels, pretzel sticks, soft pretzels, giant pretzels, covered pretzels, or something entirely different?
Although pretzels were not introduced into North America until the 19th century, when German immigrants known as Pennsylvania Dutch began producing them here, they were actually originated in about 610 A.D. by Christian monks. Their popularity rapidly spread, and in the twentieth century soft pretzels became popular. The large German population in Pennsylvania contributed to it being considered the birthplace of the American pretzel industry, and where 80% of the pretzel production is located. There is even a private Pretzel Museum located in Pennsylvania, as well as a National Pretzel Day celebrated on April 26!
It’s no wonder, then, that promotional pretzels, make great advertising items. They are a well known, well loved and delicious snack. They have long been distributed at schools, events, as well as at grocery and convenience stores. You can find them at movie theaters and sports stadiums, as well as at tradeshows and conventions. Shouldn’t some of these tasty creations bear your company logo? What better way to advertise your company than with a product that everyone loves? There are over 20 selections to choose from, and one is sure to blend in with your marketing plan.
You might want to opt for the executive pretzel box as a way to show your appreciation for a job well done by a top employee, or for your past years valued customers. It is filled with 8 gourmet chocolate covered pretzels in three delicious flavors; Milk Chocolate, White Chocolate and Dark Chocolate with candy coating. Each box comes with a one color hot stamp of your logo on the lid and ribbon that adds the perfect finishing touch.
If you prefer custom pretzel tins, you might prefer the The Grand Tin – Chocolate Covered Mini Pretzels, Grand Pretzel Tin, or the Royal Pretzel Tin, among others. Any of these choices will be sure to please everyone who receives them, and leave them with pleasant thoughts associated with your business.

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