What do a water bottle, a piggy bank, some workout gear and a paper plate have in common? If you said they're all ingredients to our typical Saturday night, then, well ... yes. (Our social life is pretty sad.) But they're also some super-cool promotional products.
This 9" Green Coated Paper Plate from American Accents says "Ninja Cup" on it, but at first we thought it said "Ninja Cop," which gave us an idea for the coolest movie ever. We've got the whole plot mapped out: Jackie Chan stars as a former ninja who is-wait for it-ALSO A COP! And there's kung fu and nunchucks and stuff, and maybe a gang of marauding samurai/bank-robbers. Tell us you wouldn't watch that? For more information, visit www.americanaccents.com.
Brandwear Basics Ltd.
Exercising with a purse or wallet in tow is not ideal, and shoving keys, cash, etc. in pockets, shoes or wherever else may add workout discomfort. We like to keep our essentials tucked away in the Kylie Key Cuff from Brandwear Basics Ltd. With its moisture-wicking properties and 3M high-visibility reflective imprints, the cuff keeps us-as well as our belongings-safe and sweat-free. For more information, visit www.brandwear.ca.
Fact 1: "Piglet Bank" is, without question, a better name than "piggy bank." It's cuter, rolls off the tongue better, and makes us think of the beloved Winnie the Pooh character, a.k.a. "Our spirit animal for the last 30-or-so years." (You can tell by our soft middles and general appreciation of cowardice.) Fact 2: The Piglet Bank from Crown Products is superior for largely the same reasons, plus you can store money in it. (Perfect for buying acorns for yourself and honey for your best bear-pal.) For more information, visit www.crownprod.com.
Moderne Glass Co.
How do you know your water bottle is the coolest? When it's named after an X-Men character. Sure, I'd probably have gone with the "Nightcrawler" or the "Rogue" or maybe even the "Magneto" collection if I'm feeling sassy, but Moderne Glass Co. went with the Dazzler Collection and that's perfectly OK. For more information, visit www.glassamerica.com.