When you hear the term “promotional products” you may picture items designed to promote your brand to potential customers and clients as a means to increase sales. While many logoed items fall into this category, promotional products also have many applications internally, for use by your employees. Here are 3 ways you can help your business to succeed by investing in promotional products for employees.
Whether a Spring shower, Summer squall, or Autumn rain, a quality umbrella is handy to have any time of year. We’re used to seeing umbrellas in all colors and sizes, from 60” vented golf umbrellas to cute, cartoon festooned parasols for kids. Umbrellas may be commonplace, but where did they come from? And why might you use a logoed umbrella to promote your brand?
Variable imagery is one of the many benefits available with
today’s digital print technology. It’s an effective and surprisingly easy way
to add a personal touch to your fundraising materials, increasing engagement
and gifts made to your organization.
Hiking is one of Vermont’s most popular Summer activities. We’re called the Green Mountain State for a reason! If outdoor lovers make up your client base, promotional products designed for activities like hiking are an ideal choice for giveaways and thank you gifts. Here are some of our favorite hiking-related items available for branding.
Major gifts can provide major opportunities for nonprofit
organizations. But the prospect of asking someone to make a substantial gift to
your organization may seem daunting. However, inspiring an individual to become
a major donor may not be as overwhelming as you think.
At the core of a major gift is a relationship with your
donor built on trust and stewardship. An individual isn’t likely
to give $10,000 out of the blue, and you wouldn’t ask someone for a gift of
that size whom you’d never met. But when you invest the time to build and
cultivate the relationship, amazing things can happen.
Major donors have significant benefits for your nonprofit
beyond the financial gift. But how do you find a major donor? And how to you
get to that big ask?
Summer has arrived, with Vermonters trading winter coats and skis for flip flops and camping gear. This season is especially hot for outdoor promotional products, with a variety of items available for branding that emphasize being active and enjoying all that the outdoors has to offer.
Here are 10 of our favorite picks for branded outdoor promotional products.
What does the term “branded promotional product” mean to you? It may bring to mind the basics: pens, t-shirts, and mugs. But it doesn’t stop there. Items for fun and play, like Frisbees, can also be decorated with your logo and used to send a unique message.
The Frisbee has a long history, from ancient sport to
college pastime to its use as an advertising tool and promotional product.
Let’s toss things back in time in our next installment of A Fun History of
The business card is an old dog that’s learned quite a few new tricks.
A lot of different print work comes through our doors at Paw Print, but business cards consistently remain the most popular order. Business cards trace their roots back to 15th century China, when visitors left “visiting cards” at the homes of businessmen they hoped to meet with. Over the centuries these cards evolved to convey a variety of information, but one thing remained constant: they were designed to make an impression.
Often a business card is one of the first things a customer or potential client will receive from you. A well-designed business card can go a long way towards creating a favorable impression of your business, as well as generating engaging conversations between you and your customers.