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Bars and restaurants surround their customers with logos and branding of all kinds at all times (yes, even after switching the neon sign to "close"). Glassware, napkins, menus, in-store and outside signage, beer taps, apparel, and even buttons and lanyards are all put to use in grabbing patrons' attention. Quite simply, beer and beverage companies are majorly into advertising.
Your favorite restaurant might pack in a crowd with refreshing beverages and delicious food, but beer and a bowl of spinach-and-artichoke dip need an assist to win repeat business. This is where distributors can help—if they know where, how and what to sell, half the battle is over.
Make sure everybody knows your client's name through its logo by tapping into these opportunities.
ALL MIXED UP
Fact: Beer tastes better in imprinted glassware. ADG Promotional Products' Mixing Glass 16 oz. Tumbler is made from clear glass and offers an imprint area of 3x3". For more information, visit www.adgpromo.com.
Sometimes the best place to put a message is at the bottom of a glass. S&S Creations' Custom Sports Turf Coasters are made from artificial turf, an imprinted rubber insert and a non-skid, non-marring backing. The coasters come in a set of four, packed in a white gift box. For more information, visit www.sandscreations.com.
In the simplest scientific terms: "No open beer = No drinky beer." StopNGo Line/Golden Applexx Co. Inc. offers a variety of bottle openers, including the paddle-style ones shown above. Options include stainless steel, gold-plated steel and vinyl-wrapped, as well as mini sizes. For more information, visit www.stopngoline.com.
TEE FOR TWO
Tees and tanks are killer giveaways for this particular market. The Anvil Womens Heavyweight Tank Top from Staton Corporate & Casual is made from 5.4 oz. fabric, is available in nine different colors, and has a tear-away label. A men's companion style (pictured left) is also available. For more information, visit www.statononline.com.