As the colder weather starts to subside, it’s a great time to look at promotional products for the spring. We offer a wide variety of promotional products that are perfect for spring. These products are guaranteed to boost your brand awareness and give your consumers a positive impression.
They don’t call it April showers for nothing. Prepare yourself for rain! You’re going to want a sturdy umbrella you can rely on. Look no farther than the Inverted double layer umbrella. We love this umbrella because it features a metal shaft and a classic yet modern "C" shaped plastic handle that makes carrying a breeze! The reverse open/close technology offers a double canopy design that keeps rain inside while you get into the car! It can be screen printed with your company's logo or message. They are available in black, navy, red or royal.
Spring offers tons of events and outdoor activities. These folding chairs with carrying bags are essential. The colorful promo is made using 600 denier nylon with a black trim and comes complete with a 600 denier carrying bag with a shoulder strap and drawstring. It has a steel tubular frame that has a weight limit of 300 pounds. Two mesh cup holders let you relax in style. Choose your chair color and add your brand to complete the promotional look.
After a grueling winter season, everyone wants to go outside and enjoy the weather. A perfect way to start off the warmer weather is by playing outdoor games. This Bag Toss Game Kit is a great way to encourage people to go outdoors. The kit includes two game boards and eight bean bags. Graphic inserts slide into tabs on the front of the boards. Built-in scorekeepers slide up and down the edges of the boards. Two game boards clasp together into a single unit that can be carried like a suitcase. Bean bags can be stored inside the collapsed units so they don't get left behind. Durable plastic construction is built to last. This is bound to stir up some competition at your outdoor event.
With promotional products like these, your customers and employees will have a smooth transition into spring and remember your brand name as well!
Everyone knows that tradeshows are perfect opportunities to showcase your products and promotions. What a lot of people don’t know about are the common mistakes companies make at these networking events. Tradeshow success is measured by how much you put into it. Here are three tips to help you avoid those common mistakes.
Not Having a Hashtag
Everyone is on social media, especially Twitter. Events and tradeshows are a perfect opportunity to engage with your potential customers. Make sure you have a hashtag for the tradeshow or event you’re participating in. Having a theme for your booth can make it easier to come up with a hashtag. For example, if you’re at a Social Technology Show, you should use #STS and @thenameofyourcompany. Lastly, make sure you’re consistent will all of your hashtags. You don’t want all your hard work to be for nothing!
Waiting to Post on Social Media
Communicating with your social media followers is a must. If they don’t know when you’re going to be at the tradeshow, they most likely will not attend. You should post about the event at least four weeks in advance. This allows enough time for someone to work out their schedule. You should post on at least three different social media channels before the show. The best social media channels to use are LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter. However, you may want to post on Pinterest, if your product is elegant enough.
Weak Giveaway Branding
Anyone who visits a tradeshow always looks forward to giveaways. You should understand how long you think someone is going to use your giveaway. Consider the wear and tear on your giveaway before making your final selection. Make sure your giveaway branding is attractive and appropriate. Depending on your brand, make it look professional. If your brand is more fun and playful, then show it. At the end of the show, you want to make sure that person remembers what you’re all about.
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