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5 Best Promotional Products with Serious Staying Power

Over 58% of the U.S. population claims to have a promotional product in their home or office, so it’s no surprise that the U.S. ranks #1 worldwide as the country that consumes the most promotional goods. We can’t help it. We just love free giveaways! With tons of different items to choose from, how do you narrow down your options? When making a decision, one key factor to consider is the item’s longevity. The longer a promotional item stays in the hands of a consumer, the higher the instance of repeat exposure to your brand and your message.

Here are the 5 best promotional products with some serious staying power:

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5 Reasons Why Your Water Bottle is Lazy

We all know drink ware is an absolute office necessity. If it weren’t for that refillable water tumbler you keep in your desk drawer, you’d probably end your work day resembling something close to a dried out prune, but watch out people! The days of donning that sad, boring bottle are now officially ova!

Put your water bottle to work with features that suit your busy lifestyle. Here are some cool alternatives to your conventional canteen.

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Colourful Envelopes that GRAB Your Attention

Postage marketing campaigns aren’t dead &, if they are done right, are certainly more effective than most spammy digital marketing campaigns.

Nowadays, however, sending out letters in the post seems old and outdated. And who’s to say that whatever it is your sending to your friends or clients won’t get tossed away in the trash, alongside the rest of their junk mail?? Blake envelopes are your solution. They’re bright, colourful and you can literally FEEL the difference.

Learn about how the right envelope can make all the difference.

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Matt Baier on Office Desk Essentials

What are the essentials that everyone should have handy at their desk to ensure neatness? Tune in to what organizing pro Matt Baier has to offer on the topic (because office supplies should not clutter up your life; rather, they should keep your life together!).