campaign kickstarter: Plug and Play
The holiday rush has come and gone, and if you missed out on all the good doorbusters—the 90" flat screen at a price "too low to print," the next-generation gaming console you swear is "for the kids" but everybody knows the truth—then you've come to the right place. No, we don't have inside tips on that next big sale (President's Day, maybe?), but we do have ideas on how to boost campaigns with promotional electronics and accessories. Check out the examples below.
Sonic is good. The restaurant's sweet potato tater tots get us through some of the toughest times. Supersonic? That is even better when it comes in the form of a boom box like the Supersonic Bluetooth/MP3/CD Boombox with USB/Aux/Radio from 365 Wholesale. The boom box comes in black only and runs on eight D batteries (not included). Features include a bass boost system, a headphone jacket, dynamic high-performance speakers, AC/DC operation and a top-loading programmable CD player. For more information, visit www.365wholesale.com.
The best ear accessory since Mickey Mouse ears, OrigAudio's DesignEars are fully customizable headphones. That means that you can listen to headphones with Mickey Mouse ears on them (as long as you have the proper licensing, of course). The headphones have full stereo sound and outside noise reduction technology. A hard case is included. For more information, visit www.origaudio.com.
LUXURY CLOTH FOR LUXURY CAR
What's the best thing about the Debossed Microfiber Cloths from Natural Trends? The Jaguar imprint. It helps us convince our friends that we own a Jaguar that is always conveniently at the shop when they stop by to see it. The cloths can clean phone, computer and tablet screens. They can also be used to spruce up that framed picture we have of a Jaguar ad as backup "proof" in case our friends aren't convinced by the cloth. (Every car owner keeps a framed picture of the car, right?) For more information, visit www.naturaltrends.com.