Why Promo?



Why Promotional Products? 

Promotional products are ideal for advertising, because they have extended staying power and they create a positive relationship with end-users. Did you know that 8 in 10 consumers own between 1 and 10 promotional products? Check your briefcase or bag now and you’ll probably find at least one promotional product. Even more impressive is that 85% of people will do business with an advertiser after they receive a promotional product. There are hundreds of positive stats just like this one, but they all add up to one thing: promotional products can make a huge difference to you and your business. 


You’re going to have a much easier time creating positive relations with your customers when you add promotional products to your marketing/advertising plan. In fact, research shows that adding a promotional product to the media mix increases the effectiveness of other media by up to 44 percent. 


Let’s talk about some of your favorite businesses. Take just a couple of seconds. Now think about the promotional products you own that relate to those brands. Have a pen from your local bank? How about a branded t-shirt from a neighborhood restaurant? Or maybe a toy football from your kids’ high school booster fundraiser? All of these are promotional products. You give a man a mailer, you’ll have his attention for a few seconds. Give a man a stadium seat cushion, and you’ll be his best friend for life. Promotional products help you grow closer to your clients. And that’s always good for business. 


Thanks for your interest in promotional products. We are excited to share more information about our inventory and how our products can help you better establish your business and grow a stronger relationship with your clients. Promo products are one of the most tried and true forms of advertisement and there are literally millions of options for you to choose from when it comes time to picking out products. Our job here is to help you find the best products for the best prices. So...let’s get to work.




"Companies that embrace 'purpose & profit' consider the impact of their decisions on their workers, customers, suppliers, community and the environment.

Corporate Social Responsibility is about using business as a force for good, CSR isn't philanthropy or product compliance. While those things might contribute to an overall approach, if all a company is doing is ensuring they meet regulations and give a portion of their profits away, I'd say they're a long way from being a good corporate citizen. 

10 years ago you would have your regular products here… and you had your green products over here. (And that's how we looked at it, these are organic cotton or recycled polyester) But now in this day and age, people are looking for sustainability across the board. How we use energy how we use water, how we can reduce that in our entire supply chain.

Buyers are becoming soo much more sophisticated, they have so much more access to information, they are asking harder questions, they're expecting answers. They're seeing retail brands kind've open the kimono and be more transparent.


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