Traveling, whether it's for business or for pleasure, is a time to make memories. Travel-themed promotional products are something end-users can look at to remember those special moments—and your client's logo, too. Reach your sales destination with these eight products.
If you go on vacation and don't post a bunch of selfies to Instagram, did it even happen? Hirsch Gift Inc.'s Selfie Stick extends to 3.5', has a built-in wireless remote control shutter button and fits most smartphones. It travels easily when folded down to 9.25". For more information, visit www.hirschgift.com.
Imagine getting your clothes stolen out of your suitcase and having to wear gift shop items all week. Though Hawaiian tops and straw hats are awesome, Logomark's Luggage Lock can save end-users the stress and hassle. A 1x1" imprint is included. For more information, visit www.logomark.com.
fit for a king
You'll feel like royalty when you wear Monarch Robe and Towel's Chamois Robe, but that doesn't give you permission to start giving orders. This microfiber robe is lightweight, soft and five times more absorbent than cotton. It's available in multiple styles, colors and sizes. For more information, visit www.monarchrobe.com.
all around the world
Researching before taking off on an adventure can be half the fun. National Geographic's The World's Best Cities Book has information on more than 200 cities. Readers can learn about local food, shopping and hidden secrets in Rome, Tokyo, Abu Dhabi and more. For more information, visit www.ngs.org.
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Waiting at baggage claim is a necessary evil of traveling. Your clients will appreciate Navitor's Full-color Luggage Tags to make their suitcases stand out from the rest. The tag is available as a rectangle or circle, and includes a plastic loop that can be upgraded to a leather strap for an additional charge. For more information, visit www.navitor.com.
Ashley Chiaradio is the Senior Content Strategist at Total Retail. Ashley has been creating content for more than 7 years, and provides a unique insight in covering the retail industry having worked directly for retailers in the past. She’s passionate about profiling women leadership in the space.