SM-7677 Ring-a-Ling Cowbell



<br /> SM-7677 Ring-a-Ling Cowbell<br />

custom cowbellWhenever you’re considering using a promotional product as part of an advertising campaign, you know how important it is to choose the best one for your purposes. You want something that will be memorable, will be held onto and used again and again in a variety of places; you want something that both your existing and potential consumers want and need.

The Ring-a-Ling Cowbell is the perfect example of a promotional item that will fulfill all these requirements and more. From high school to college and even pro sports teams, these noisy cowbells are a favorite around sports events everywhere.

A classic example of this is the Mississippi State University fans. For years, the cowbell has been a tradition at their games. Any groups and individuals have tried to ban their use over the years, but die-hard fans still use them at every game to herald their victories.

The origin of the cowbells use is not definitely known, but as always, there are many possible stories. One suggests that during an important game against their arch rival Rebels, a cow wandered onto the field during play. The team won against their opponent, and immediately adopted the cow as a mascot. Ever after, the cowbell was an important part of the game and as a result, the bells are even marketed through the school bookstore itself.

The loud bell of the best-selling Ring-a-Ling Cowbell will help to advertise your company at many game events, with your logo prominently displayed on the front. It is available in five colors, giving you a good choice of background to complement or contrast your logo. Either way, your logo will stand out and be highly visible, and the bell ringing will help draw attention to it. This is a large 2.88” X 2.88” bell, making sure that it can be seen even from a distance. Many of the Ring-a-Ling Cowbells are taken home and proudly displayed for years to come, often as part of a collection.

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