campaign kickstarter: Getting Political
Promotional products have been used in election campaigns throughout history, but many of those items remain relevant today. Even in a time when television and Internet ads may be the focus of campaign advertising spending, promotional products still have a place—and some new uses—in elections. Here are four products to win over clients.
SIZE IT UP
Encourage voters to cast their ballots for their choice of party or animal or whatever election is important to your clients. AnyShape Labels from Discount Labels are available in a variety of stock options, as well as custom sizes ranging from 1x2" to 26 sq. in. with a spot- or full-color imprint. For more information, visit www.discountlabels.com.
End-users can create powerful and patriotic phrases with the 6x7" Patriotic Words Plus Photo Frame from Magna-Tel Inc., which also includes a 6x7" frame with a 0.625x5" imprint. The magnetic frame is filled with 40 small multi-cut word magnets. For more information, visit www.magna-tel.com.
SHAPE OF THE NATION
BIC Graphic's Adhesive Die Cut Notepad isn't just shaped like the U.S.—it's also made in the U.S. The 100-sheet pad measures approximately 4x3", and is available in other shapes and in paper stock consisting of 30 percent post-consumer recycled fiber. For more information, visit www.norwoodbic.com.
RACE TO 2016
The general election of 2016 may seem far away, but the campaigns for the president already have begun. Crown Products' 16 oz. Ceramic Mug with Handle is ready for the race to heat up. Available in blue or red, this mug also will give you your coffee fix, so you can keep up with all the mudslinging and "he said," "she said" drama that will engulf the news over the next two years. It includes a 2x2.75" one-color imprint on both sides, or a 7.25" wrap. For more information, visit www.crownprod.com.