Brand name promotional items make sense

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Brand name promotional items make sense

Today there is power behind many brands. Name recognition is very important. Major brands spend millions on marketing their brand. With this power name recognition and identity aligning your brand with name brand products place your client’s view of your business much higher. It is simple, but anyone receiving a promotional product produced by a known brand will be held onto and used more often.

Apparel is one of the best products to connect your band with a major brand. There are high end brands like Nike, North Face and Under Armour that have items that are exclusive to the promotional trade. Here are some examples of stylish wearables:

Nike Golf Ladies’ Dri-Fit Pebble Texture Polo

Men’s Puma GT Crossfade Powercool Polo

Eddie Bauer (R) Ladies’ Rugged Ripstop Soft Shell Jacket

Sports/Outdoors items connect when you have a golf outing or retreat. Board retreats or team building are great times to say thank you with a memorable gift.

Leatherman

Titleist (R) NXT (R) Tour S Golf Ball

OGIO (R) Apex Rucksack

Drinkware is a great way to have you name stay in front of key prospects or a thank you gift for the key client.

Tervis Tumbler

Thermos(R) Backpack Bottle – 16 Oz

Camelbak Chute Stainless Vacuum

Office & Technology promotional products have lasting presences. Picking usable top quality items will be there in front of your best customers’ for years to come.

Cutter & Buck (R) Leather Writing Pad

Victorinox Architecture Geneva Collection Lombard Mini Laptop Messenger

Brookstone (R) Helix Bluetooth (R) Speaker

These are just a few brand name items Proforma GIS can recommend. Proforma preferred suppliers like Leeds and Bic have many items that would fit a campaign or promotion. Not to mention employee appreciation and team building events.

Keep brand name products in mind when thinking of promotional products. The quality will pay off with lasting items that will present your image stronger.

About the Author Greg Rollins