Everyone knows that back to school is a huge selling season, with the right tools it can also be the season for cheap and effective marketing. Students of all ages are returning to school, and they need school supplies. With imprinted promotional items suited to the season, you can ensure lasting brand awareness by getting your logo seen. If you want to take advantage of this incredible opportunity, visit rushIMPRINT, where numerous promotional items are offered specifically with this purpose in mind.
Parents are not going to miss out on the opportunity for free supplies for their students, and you should not miss out on this incredible opportunity for a free and effective marketing campaign. At rushIMPRINT, you can find just about everything that students need. To ensure maximum product placement, try consulting a checklist for items parents are on the lookout for. A good checklist can be found here. On rushIMPRINT you can find most of these items, including promotional backpacks, imprinted notebooks, lunch caddies, Ipad sleeves & promo pens.
These products will be seen in every domain of school life. Your logo will be seen on backpacks in the hall (and many students even use them as their travel bags), on lunch caddies every day in the cafeteria where they will be the envy of the students stuck eating cafeteria food, on ipads, and on the pens and notebooks used daily in virtually every class. All of this means maximum exposure for you and your business, with little to no effort or expenditure on your part. These products will help to generate revenue and to foster lasting brand awareness for you and your company.
These Back to School Promos get an A+! With their help, your marketing can too, so don’t miss out on this wonderful opportunity for enormous exposure.
A truly great promotional item is one that works well and will be used often, building goodwill with every use. With summer grilling season in full swing, now is the perfect time to distribute promotional grilling items imprinted with your company’s logo. Customers will be excited to receive high-quality custom grilling kits or custom spatulas for free, far more so than if they received a pen or a magnet. The positive associations with your company will then be reinforced every time they fire up the grill for summer fun.
The best promotional grilling items are ones that are going to be used frequently and kept close to hand at the grill. Items like digital grilling forks and lighted bamboo spatulas are perfect multipurpose grilling tools that can easily find a place in any home grill master’s toolbox. Custom spatulas with logos are unusual and distinctive, so you don’t need to worry about your promotion blending into the crowd. The lighted bamboo spatula is an especially clever promotional item because it is a conversation piece in itself. Many cooks won’t have seen a spatula that lights up for evening grilling before, making your item even more noticeable and unique. Digital grilling forks allow for quick temperature checks throughout the grilling process, and will keep your company’s logo right next to the grill on the handsome carrying case.
For a truly memorable promotional gift, custom grilling kits are unbeatable. With all the most essential grilling tools in a single sturdy case, this is an item that will not only be used at home, but for camping, tailgating, or any grilling opportunity. Your 8″x3″ logo on the case will be clearly visible to everyone who assists in the grilling process, and the rugged, professional grade kit is sure to stand up to season after season of use. No matter what items you choose, though, you can’t go wrong with promotional grilling gifts this summer.
Tip #1: Trick or Treat Bags
Choose from an assortment of Halloween bags with your custom logo or message to give out before or during your community trick or treat time. Halloween is all about candy and what better way to advertise than giving away a sweet treat with your business name on them. Purchase printable labels from your local stationery store and personalize them with your company name and message.
Tip #2: Throw A Party for the Ghouls!
Host a Halloween party at your business location for your customers to participate in. Have candy available to give to children and incorporate games and the all important costume contest. Be sure to have prizes!
Tip #3: Dress Up Yourself and Your Business!
Incorporate Halloween into your product. Decorate packaging for the holiday and, if your product has the flexibility (such as food or candy), produce it in Halloween shapes and themes. Be sure to join in the fun and throw on a cape or a mask and dress up!
Summer is by far my favorite time of year. There’s nothing better than taking a beach vacation during the summer months. One of my favorite beaches to visit is St. Petersburg, Florida. There’s so much to do on those white sandy beaches surrounded by crystal clear water.
Vacation time for me is not just lounging around and relaxing; as I am always on the go. Because I enjoy staying active I spend a lot of time outdoors. Some of my favorite outdoor beach activities include taking long walks along the shore, swimming, bike riding, volleyball and bocce ball.
Because so many of us travel to the beach (or pools) every year, there are many products that you can give out for your prospective customers, event attendees, or employees that are not only promotional, but functional for them to enjoy!
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Today we had a case pretty close to the one I wrote about over a month ago. Once again the people who are supposed to receive the promotional gift are hi-tech professionals, and once again they do not just work with one computer in one office. In case you’ve been reading this blog, a month ago you might remember we decided on a nice USB memory stick, but this time the situation was a bit different, the budget of this campaign would not allow anything that costs more than $10 per item.
But, the client liked the original idea of making it something to carry the data around. Of course, we all prefer flash memory or things like iPods to carry around the files, but for some occasions you still have to use CD-Rs and DVD-Rs. Hence we decided on giving a CD case. I’m not really sure why we chose this model, they all look fine, but here we go with an item that can help you to carry around up to 204 GB of data (if you use double-sided DVDs and use all the 24 pockets of this case). I have not seen a flash drive that big yet, have you?
Gadgets are nice, everybody loves them. Anything electronic will definitely wake up the kid in every man. But when it comes to anything on battery power, it will sooner or later run out of batteries. It’s no problem with things used frequently, but if it’s something used from time to time, like a flashlight for example, looking for the new batteries is so annoying. The problem becomes even more acute with cheap things. There is always a temptation to just get a new item rather than search for the batteries for it. I can see it in how my neighbor’s kids are changing their watches: since it does not seem easy to them to replace a battery in a watch and since there are so many kinds of watch batteries to make finding the right one not a trivial task, they would have a new electronic watch every year or even sooner. When I ask them what happened to the old watch, it’s always: “Oh, I liked it, but then the battery died, and getting a replacement is such a chore!”
That’s why there are always some technology items being developed on human power. I’ve heard about mobile phones and even laptops you can crank to give them power. And we have several things of the kind in our catalog: here comes a wind-up torch, for example. And this wind-up feature not only makes the life-span longer, it also makes it interesting. It brings back the joy of having something unusual and high-tech, something you would not really expect from a flashlight.
Today I received a call from a worried client who wanted to put his logo on pens and send them to many different locations. What worried him was that he heard somewhere that some pens are rejected by the post office because they break through envelopes when mail sorting equipment bends them or get broken when they stamp the envelopes at the post office. I’ve never heard about anything similar happening to any of the pens that we sent to clients, but to calm down this client and to make sure we play it safe with his pens, we chose a pen to which anything like that would never happen.
This trim click pen is extra thin which makes it the best choice for sending by mail. You can clip your special message to the person who receives it straight to the pen. And no worries; it will come out of the envelope exactly the same as we put it there.
Some might prefer writing on paper to keyboards or PDA styluses. Well, there are many reasons for that, and we wrote about them already. Others would already hardly remember how to use a ballpoint pen and are tapping all the information to the screen of their PDA. And I just realized that we have a gift that would nicely fit into the pockets of both types of people.
This pen combines a traditional ballpoint pen (in fact, 2 of them, a red one and a black one) and a PDA stylus. And has a light as an extra function.
It is also more comfortable to use than an original stylus: most styluses are designed too thin to make using them for long periods of time comfortable. For many PDA users there is always a temptation to grab a common pen and tap with it’s point, not with stylus, which is of course not good for the fragile PDA screens. So, give this pen for a PDA owner and he will be happy. And if you give this pen to someone who hates PDAs – well, he gets a pen with a light, and might not even notice the stylus function.
In my last post I was mentioning photo frames, saying that they might be quite a dull thing to be embellished with your logo. Alright, people would look at photos in photo frames, and would look at them attentively, but not as often as you might want them to look at something with your logo on it.
There is nothing else you can do with a photo frame, just look at it. Or may be move it around the desk. Sounds pretty dull. Well, this applies to most photo frames except the one I’m going to tell you about right now. This one has some built in interactivity. You load it with 6 pictures, but it shows only 2 at a time. Want to see more – push the button and photos will be rotated. No curious person can stand not pushing that button till the last picture is shown. And I bet the person who sees this photo frame will remember it. So the trick here is not to overuse it and not make it so popular it will not surprise people any longer.
And yes, I seem to be really in love with all the products from the Robot Series™. They are all very creative, and appear in many categories, so you might want to head to the main page of the shop and search for them before I pick up the next one and tell everyone how useful it might be.