Presidential campaigns spend a lot on branded merchandise, like signs, hats and T-shirts. But which 2016 candidate spends the most on political campaign products? Promo Marketing, the sister publication of Print+Promo, has combed each campaign’s FEC filling and highlighted relevant marketing costs, along with total budget for January 2016...
Kyle A. Richardson
The end of the year always brings exciting and important announcements, and that's no different for us at Print+Promo.
College students need wristbands to get into bars. Sometimes they need lawyers when they get out of them.
As companies plan ahead for 2014, the Print+Promo staff simply wants to survive the year-end rush. Guess what would brighten our day? Presents. Lots of them. (After all, ʼtis the season for giving.) See below for ideas. And if that doesn’t work, just send cash. We thank you in advance.
Check out the GrabOpener, a one-of-a-kind bottle opener just begging to become a promotional product.
The Eastman Kodak Company, the corporation made famous as a film giant, announced that it has emerged from Chapter 11 and restructured its business model 20 months after filing for bankruptcy protection.
Still feeling sick over the end of summer? We’ve got the cure (and it’s not a spoonful of sugar). Rather, imbibe two tablespoons of promotional product write-ups every four to six hours. Take as directed.
Step 1: Be Kanye West. Step 2: Don't not be Kanye West.
Your peers are finally returning from those completely unnecessary summer vacations that we’ve been discussing for the past few months. As they move on to other nonsensical concepts like “Back to School” mania, be sure to educate them on the ABC’s of fourth-quarter selling season etiquette. Always be closing with promotional products.
Zach Snyder's new Superman film raises the bar for product placements and frowny faces.
Welcome to the dog days of summer. We hope you followed last month’s advice and put any vacation plans on hold. To whom it may concern, your dedication hasn’t gone unnoticed. As a reward, here’s the scoop on some additional promotional items.
It's likely happened to some of you out there. A customer comes to you with a big order. They want 1,000 T-shirts for a rally, and they're willing to pay a premium. Everything is going smoothly... until you see the customer's artwork.
Vacations—who needs ’em? While your industry peers are achieving the perfect tan, get a leg up on the competition with these promotional products.
If there is truth in wine, there is friendship in beer.
Before finalizing your summer vacation plans, check out what you’ll be missing. Here’s the latest round of must-have products.