Bagging Up Big Sales
Bags have been around for all of human history. Cave people used animal pelts to carry rocks. The ancient Romans used bags to carry the vast amounts of wine they drank and people today use bags for everything from shopping on Madison Avenue to picking up seashells on the beach. Because of their widespread use, bags make great promotional items. Here are some ideas for that next big campaign.
The great Kenny Rogers said it best: You've got to know when to hold 'em and know when to fold 'em. Most people think he's talking about cards, but really he's talking about bags. When they aren't holding the RPET Fold-Away Carry All from AAkron Line, end-users can fold it up. With a solid strap and rope closure, using this bag is definitely not a gamble. For more information, visit www.aakronline.com.
Growing up, reversible jerseys were just about the coolest thing around. If you had a home Michael Jordan jersey that reversed into a pinstriped one, you basically were elected the mayor of Cool City. Now that MJ is retired, the coolest reversible item is the Stronghold Reversible Tote Bag from Ariel Premium Supply. For more information, visit www.arielpremium.com.
The best part about the XXL Non-Woven Reusable Tote from Crown Products is that it can be used over and over again. This gives your clients' logos plenty of exposure in all kinds of locations, like the grocery store, the gym and the beach. The bag includes a covered bottom insert and a one-color imprint. For more information, visit www.crownprod.com.
earn your stripes
Tigers, sports cars and old-timey bathing suits—what do these things all have in common? They have stripes and are awesome. This Non Woven Mini Stripe Tote from Debco has a colored bottom stripe design that matches the handles, making it just as cool as tigers and sports cars. For more information, visit www.debcosolutions.com.