A goal for businesses, big and small, is often brand recognition. How can you make your brand not only stand out from the competition, but also remain in the minds of customers, both current and potential? One way is to get creative with your marketing. Promotional products are a simple tool that can help increase brand awareness for your small business; by customizing an item that a customer can use in his or her everyday life with your logo.
Current Products Offered : Note pricing does not include S & H
Business Cards 500 Count
30oz YETI Rambler Tumbler Cup w/ LOGO (min order 10)
20oz YETI Rambler Tumbler Cup w/ LOGO (min order 15)
12oz YETI Rambler Colster w/ LOGO (min order 15)
10oz YETI Rambler Lowball w/ LOGO (min order 15)
16oz Pilsner Glass w/ Smoked LOGO (min order 12)
10.5oz Scotch Glasses w/ Smoked LOGO (min order 10)
24x18 Double Sided Corro Yard Sign (min order 20)
Logo Gildan T-Shirt w/ front and back LOGO
Benefits of Using Promotional Products :
1. Increased brand recognition
2. Mass outreach at a low cost
With a tight budget, it can be difficult to choose exactly what marketing items make the most sense for your small business, and what items will give you the most “bang for your buck.” With a small price tag but large, lasting impact, promotional products are a great value for your investment. Keep this in mind: A simple giveaway is a great way to increase customer loyalty. If you own a storefront, including a fun takeaway with purchases is a nice way to say thanks !
3. Alternative business card
While business cards will always be an incredibly valuable business staple, promotional products are a fun, creative way to showcase your contact information. Instead of just leaving a potential customer with your business card, for example, consider leaving behind your business card AND another tangible, branded product. If you own a small business, and just spoke with a potential client, pass out your business card and a promotional item.
When it comes to marketing your business, another thing to keep in mind is repeat exposure. How can you keep what you do, and your business, consistently in front of customers without consistently spending a ton of money? Easy: Think about what items your customers will want to keep around. If you run a bar, think about handing out free promotional glasses !