If you’re looking for out of the box promotional products, check out this list from the Advertising Specialty Institute.
At the top of the list is an electronic rock guitar shirt you can actually play. It comes with a mini amp and magnetic picks, perfect for solo or group jam sessions.
Summer is a great time for high-end promotions, and the CoolerGrill will keep beverages cold and food hot during picnics, camping, and boating activities. This product will also carry over into tailgating season, giving this promotional item some extra mileage.
Food and Wine festivals are popular events during the late summer and early fall. If you’re planning one, consider embellishing the deep-etched olive oil bottle with the festival artwork as a thank you gift for vendor participants. If you’re attending a food and wine festival as a vendor, have your brand’s logo etched on the bottle and give it as a free gift-with-purchase.
However you’re promoting your brand this summer, remember that advertising specialty items have an average cost-per-impression of $.004, 84% of people remember the company advertised on a promotional product, and 25% of people are more likely to do business with a company who made an impression with a promotional product.*
*Statistics courtesy of a study conducted by ASI.