Promos That Will Surely Hook Them

4" FRESHWATER RAPALA X-RAP FISHING LURE 4" FRESHWATER RAPALA X-RAP FISHING LURE

Whenever you give away promotional items, your goal is to promote your company in some form or fashion. It may be a first-time introduction to  your company or it may be a thank you gift that reinforces your relationship with a client. Either way, you want to hook them so that anytime they need the products or services that you sell, they think of you.

If a large part of your clientele are fishermen, these promotional fishing lures will certainly hook them on your company, but hopefully, they will also hook some big catches for them. Personalized fishing lures with your company logo are excellent giveaways for your customers who love to fish.

Ideal Businesses to Giveaway Branded Fishing Lures

  • Outdoorsman Retail Shops
  • Fishing and Tackle Stores
  • Bait Shops
  • Fishing Charter Boats
  • Fishing Piers
  • Stores that Sell Fishing Apparel
  • Boat Dealerships
  • Campsites with a lake for fishing

However, your business does not have to sell fishing supplies or services for these personalized fishing lures to be a great fit for your company. If your clientele are made up of people who like to fish, then these are a great choice!

Fishing Tackle Box with Lure Fishing Tackle Box with Lure
Rattlin' Rapala Fishing Lure Rattlin' Rapala Fishing Lure - 3 1/8"
Flash Spoon Fishing Lure - 2 1/4" Flash Spoon Fishing Lure - 2 1/4"

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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New Mummy Halloween Treat Bags

If you are looking for a young kid-friendly design for trick or treat bags, you will love these new and exclusive mummy Halloween treat bags. These bags feature cartoon-style mummies with a giant Happy Halloween. At the bottom of the bags, your custom imprint is printed to promote your business during the Halloween season.

Mummy Exclusive Design Halloween Trick or Treat Bags

Perfect Imprints has more exclusive Halloween designs than any other Halloween bag distributor. Our designs can also be customized to your liking, not limited to color, layout, or additions. We can also create a unique design for your company or print your own custom design to keep your company standing out from your competitors.

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Boss’s Day Gift Ideas

Promotional Items for Boss's DayOctober 16 is Boss's Day. The purpose of this observation is to honor all of those bosses out there for their hard work and for employees to show their appreciation to their boss. While many TV shows and movies portray bosses as terrible and mean people, most of them are not. Most bosses work hard to keep their companies growing and profitable.

Show your appreciation this Boss's Day by letting your boss know how much you appreciate the hard work that they do. You can do this through words of appreciation by telling them in person, a card, an email, or through gifts. If you give gifts, make sure you give gifts they are tailored for them. Take into account what they like and what they don't like. Make this Boss's Day a great day for your boss.

Boss's Day can also be a great day for your company to market itself to bosses from other companies. For instance, if your business has a lot of clients who are bosses in some way, this is a great opportunity to give them gifts for Boss's Day. This gesture shows them that you are thinking about them, while at the same time, strengthening the bond between your company and that client. Check out some other ideas for celebrating Boss's Day here.

Promotional Items to Give Away for Boss's Day

Padfolios - Bosses always have meetings...always. Therefore, a nice branded portfolio is a very useful gift for the head cheese. For the boss, make sure you opt for the nicer, leather portfolios.

Premium Pens - Very few jobs can be performed without a pen. A really nice pen is even better, so think about gifting a premium pen to your boss. For the best impact, choose a well-known brand such as Cross, Cutter & Buck, or Balmain.

Photo Frames - Many bosses have to work long hours and because of that they spend a lot of time away from their family. Therefore, give them a nice picture frame so they can display a picture of their family on the desktop.

Desk Clocks - Chances are your boss is always racing the clock to beat a deadline or make a meeting time, so it is important for them to always know the time. A premium desk clock makes an excellent gift to giveaway to bosses.

Business Card Sculptures - If you really want to give a unique gift, these business card sculptures are certainly a one-of-a-kind item. All you have to do is swipe a few of their business cards and we can make a great sculpture for your boss out of their business cards. Choose from many different sculptures to fit a variety of industries, or call us if you want a custom sculpture made! There is only a one piece minimum for this product, so it is a great choice if your company has only one boss!

Thrifty Thursday – Low Priced Custom Christmas Ornaments

 

Thrifty Thursday - Cheap Halloween Trick or Treat Bags

It’s no secret that fourth quarter sales for most retail stores is critical for the success of the bottom line for that fiscal year. That’s why the Christmas season is a make or break time of year for sales. It is extremely important to plan out your sales, promotions, and marketing well in advance of December. Some of the very common types marketing items for the Christmas season include custom Christmas ornaments that are given away to customers and potential customers. This Thrifty Thursday, our featured items are these low-priced custom Christmas ornaments that are shaped like a snowflake and have a place to insert a personal photo.

Snowflake Custom Christmas Ornaments with Photo Insert

Here are some other great, low priced Christmas ornaments that are also great for promoting your business during the Christmas season!

Snowflake Photo Ornament Features 

  • Fast 2-3 day turnaround.
  • Rush production available as quickly as 24 hours
  • Overall size of 4 3/4″ x 5 1/2″ W
  • 2 1/4″ insert area for your personal photo
  • 2″ diameter imprint on front of photo window
  • Priced on at $1.03 and under
  • Only 200 piece minimum

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Dove Seed Paper Ornaments Dove Shaped Seed Paper Christmas Ornaments
Flat Shatterproof Custom Christmas Ornaments Flat Shatterproof Christmas Ornaments
Star/Snowflake Shaped Seeded Paper Ornaments Star/Snowflake Seed Paper Ornaments

 

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Halloween Way Back Then

Vintage Halloween - How it used to be compared to modern dayHow many of you can remember what it was like when you were growing up and you went out to Trick or Treat on Halloween?  Things have certainly changed over the years, at least by my recollection.  I remember growing up in St. Louis, throwing some sort of costume together as an excuse to get out of the house as soon after dark as possible, and meeting up with my friends to scour the neighborhood for this year’s stash of candy and treats.  With any luck, this treasure trove would last us until Christmas – certainly until Thanksgiving.

Parents breathed a sigh of relief that we were out of the house for at least a couple of hours.  What a bummer when you went to a house where the adults insisted on inviting you in so you could perform your “tricks” before they would give you any treats.  “Wait a minute!” you were thinking.  “This is all backwards – you people should be giving me treats so I will NOT pull any pranks, like soaping your windows or kicking over your jack-o’lanterns!”

Besides, they were wasting our precious TIME.  You couldn’t spend more than a minute holding open your brown paper shopping sack from Famous-Barr department store at each doorstep if you hoped to cover all 150 houses in the subdivision before curfew.  This was all before cell phones, and I certainly didn’t have a wristwatch, but we all somehow knew about how late it was getting, and when to be home.  One clue was when the streets started to empty about 9:00 pm, it was time to head home.

If we were really ambitious, we would plan our route so it would loop back by home about halfway, so we could empty the first load of our stash before lighting out again at double-time pace.  Do you remember getting the home-made treats?  Nobody wanted yet another Rice Krispies ball or cookies that would promptly turn to greasy crumbs coating everything in the bag.  There was no telling what was in the hand-twisted, wax-paper-wrapped wad of whatever, but it was sure to pale by comparison to a York Peppermint Patty or a Milky Way. And forget about hitting the houses that were giving out healthy stuff like apples or oranges – are you kidding?  We were out for the good stuff, and we compared notes to get it.  The dentist’s house was avoided at all costs because all he ever gave out was pennies and toothbrushes.  Who can forget finding out about the old lady on the corner who was giving out WHOLE HERSHEY BARS?!  We made sure every kid knew to hit that one – more than once, if we thought we could get away with it.  Even though we had reinforced the handles on our paper sacks, inevitably someone would have a blowout, and then it was free-for-all time.  No honor among thieves for us.

Speaking of thieves, the inevitable gang of older kids would try to intercept little ones and swipe their goodies.  We would alter our route, or travel in packs to foil them. The only constraints that limited the number of rampaging teens on the street were the disdainful looks they got if they tried to innocently go up to one of the doors and ask for candy.  There was an unwritten cutoff age of about 12 or so, where no one condoned Trick-or-Treating for anyone not obviously in the pre-teen years.  It was back in the day when kids could actually be shamed into a modicum of good behavior by any adult with just a strong disapproving look.  I remember being asked just once, “Aren’t you a little old to be Trick-or-Treating?”  That was enough for me.

Popular Candy Giveaways from Halloween Years Ago

So where are the memories being made today for this generation, this October?  Parents of young children, even newborns, feel an obligation to escort their children around the neighborhood, or to just a few friends’ houses where the ritual can continue.  Sometimes their own neighborhoods are considered so unsafe that they cart their kids to “safe” suburban developments or gated communities, and pick them up at the end of the next block.

What used to be an innocent excuse for kids to dress up like goblins and witches and scare each other has become something to be actively avoided.  Some Christian churches have recently tried to “cleanse” the holiday of any potential connection with Satanists by holding it on some other day than October 31, and they have tried to make it “safer” by holding it on church grounds in broad daylight, holding “Trunk-or-Treat” parties with clowns, slides, and games.  Witches, brooms, black cats, ghosts and goblins are noticeably absent.  All the goodies are safely dispensed from open car trunks, each candy piece thoroughly wrapped and inspected, lest there be hazards lurking among them.  A sign of the times is that hospitals offer their x-ray machines to worried parents so the goodies can be scanned for foreign objects.  Another sign of the times is the way that adults have seemed to take over Halloween.  Who has not stepped into their favorite bank to find all the tellers in ghoulish costumes?  Maybe these folks didn’t get the holiday out of their systems when they were little.

Whatever the motivation, Halloween presents an opportunity for young and old to have fun, just in different ways than in the past.  For example, today’s hugely popular Haunted Houses present an opportunity to raise money and awareness for different causes, and can be appropriate for even the youngest children when properly set up.  If people didn’t like to be scared and a little out of control, where would horror movies be?

There are opportunities during this Halloween to promote your business, getting into the spirit of the holiday while consistently burnishing your corporate image.  Besides the obvious Trick-or-Treat bags, custom imprinted with your business information, here are some other marketing ideas you might consider:

  1. Chattering teeth.  These can be wind-up operated, and make great promotional giveaways for dentists and orthodontists when imprinted with company info.
  2. Glow in the dark stickers and glow sticks. Self-stick highlights can be put on any costume, making it easy to spot after dark.  Sticks can be carried to enhance visibility at night.
  3. Halloween Stress Balls. These can be excellent for handouts in your business, and will be a hit with the adults as well as kids.
  4. Novelty ears, lips, and teeth. By supplying just one item for a costume, you make an impression, and get customers’ creative juices going.  Each one would be imprinted with your information.
  5. Solar-powered animated figures. These are attention-getting and put your business info on display in a variety of locations.
  6. Banners, feather flags, motion signage. All of these can be tailored to a Halloween theme, getting your customers and employees into the spirit of Halloween.
  7. Logo-imprinted candy. Let your customers know how much you appreciate their business by giving them some custom-wrapped Trick-or-Treat candy to take with them at checkout.  For sales calls, M&M candies imprinted with your message or theme make great conversation starters and “thank yous.”

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Halloween Way Back Then

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Parents breathed a sigh of relief that we were out of the house for at least a couple of hours.  What a bummer when you went to a house where the adults insisted on inviting you in so you could perform your “tricks” before they would give you any treats.  “Wait a minute!” you were thinking.  “This is all backwards – you people should be giving me treats so I will NOT pull any pranks, like soaping your windows or kicking over your jack-o’lanterns!”

Besides, they were wasting our precious TIME.  You couldn’t spend more than a minute holding open your brown paper shopping sack from Famous-Barr department store at each doorstep if you hoped to cover all 150 houses in the subdivision before curfew.  This was all before cell phones, and I certainly didn’t have a wristwatch, but we all somehow knew about how late it was getting, and when to be home.  One clue was when the streets started to empty about 9:00 pm, it was time to head home.

If we were really ambitious, we would plan our route so it would loop back by home about halfway, so we could empty the first load of our stash before lighting out again at double-time pace.  Do you remember getting the home-made treats?  Nobody wanted yet another Rice Krispies ball or cookies that would promptly turn to greasy crumbs coating everything in the bag.  There was no telling what was in the hand-twisted, wax-paper-wrapped wad of whatever, but it was sure to pale by comparison to a York Peppermint Patty or a Milky Way. And forget about hitting the houses that were giving out healthy stuff like apples or oranges – are you kidding?  We were out for the good stuff, and we compared notes to get it.  The dentist’s house was avoided at all costs because all he ever gave out was pennies and toothbrushes.  Who can forget finding out about the old lady on the corner who was giving out WHOLE HERSHEY BARS?!  We made sure every kid knew to hit that one – more than once, if we thought we could get away with it.  Even though we had reinforced the handles on our paper sacks, inevitably someone would have a blowout, and then it was free-for-all time.  No honor among thieves for us.

Speaking of thieves, the inevitable gang of older kids would try to intercept little ones and swipe their goodies.  We would alter our route, or travel in packs to foil them. The only constraints that limited the number of rampaging teens on the street were the disdainful looks they got if they tried to innocently go up to one of the doors and ask for candy.  There was an unwritten cutoff age of about 12 or so, where no one condoned Trick-or-Treating for anyone not obviously in the pre-teen years.  It was back in the day when kids could actually be shamed into a modicum of good behavior by any adult with just a strong disapproving look.  I remember being asked just once, “Aren’t you a little old to be Trick-or-Treating?”  That was enough for me.

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So where are the memories being made today for this generation, this October?  Parents of young children, even newborns, feel an obligation to escort their children around the neighborhood, or to just a few friends’ houses where the ritual can continue.  Sometimes their own neighborhoods are considered so unsafe that they cart their kids to “safe” suburban developments or gated communities, and pick them up at the end of the next block.

What used to be an innocent excuse for kids to dress up like goblins and witches and scare each other has become something to be actively avoided.  Some Christian churches have recently tried to “cleanse” the holiday of any potential connection with Satanists by holding it on some other day than October 31, and they have tried to make it “safer” by holding it on church grounds in broad daylight, holding “Trunk-or-Treat” parties with clowns, slides, and games.  Witches, brooms, black cats, ghosts and goblins are noticeably absent.  All the goodies are safely dispensed from open car trunks, each candy piece thoroughly wrapped and inspected, lest there be hazards lurking among them.  A sign of the times is that hospitals offer their x-ray machines to worried parents so the goodies can be scanned for foreign objects.  Another sign of the times is the way that adults have seemed to take over Halloween.  Who has not stepped into their favorite bank to find all the tellers in ghoulish costumes?  Maybe these folks didn’t get the holiday out of their systems when they were little.

Whatever the motivation, Halloween presents an opportunity for young and old to have fun, just in different ways than in the past.  For example, today’s hugely popular Haunted Houses present an opportunity to raise money and awareness for different causes, and can be appropriate for even the youngest children when properly set up.  If people didn’t like to be scared and a little out of control, where would horror movies be?

There are opportunities during this Halloween to promote your business, getting into the spirit of the holiday while consistently burnishing your corporate image.  Besides the obvious Trick-or-Treat bags, custom imprinted with your business information, here are some other marketing ideas you might consider:

  1. Chattering teeth.  These can be wind-up operated, and make great promotional giveaways for dentists and orthodontists when imprinted with company info.
  2. Glow in the dark stickers and glow sticks. Self-stick highlights can be put on any costume, making it easy to spot after dark.  Sticks can be carried to enhance visibility at night.
  3. Halloween Stress Balls. These can be excellent for handouts in your business, and will be a hit with the adults as well as kids.
  4. Novelty ears, lips, and teeth. By supplying just one item for a costume, you make an impression, and get customers’ creative juices going.  Each one would be imprinted with your information.
  5. Solar-powered animated figures. These are attention-getting and put your business info on display in a variety of locations.
  6. Banners, feather flags, motion signage. All of these can be tailored to a Halloween theme, getting your customers and employees into the spirit of Halloween.
  7. Logo-imprinted candy. Let your customers know how much you appreciate their business by giving them some custom-wrapped Trick-or-Treat candy to take with them at checkout.  For sales calls, M&M candies imprinted with your message or theme make great conversation starters and “thank yous.”

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Trendy Tuesday – Drawstring Bags with Style

Trendy Tuesday - Promotional Wine Glass TumblersOn Trendy Tuesday, we like to introduce items that are hot and becoming very popular. Drawstring bags on their own have been very popular over the past few years. However, don't you get tired of the same old bag colors? Well, now you have tons of trending, new patterns and color combinations from which to choose. With the drawstring bag below, there is a pattern for everyone.

These bags are great for schools, sports teams, and other recreational activities that require the participants to bring a change of clothing, a water bottle, or other items.

Designer Drawstring Bags

Designer Pattern Promotional Drawstring Bags Choose from 27 trendy patterns. Click the image to see all of them!

 

Bag Features

  • Includes 1 color custom logo imprint on front of bags
  • Choose from 27 great patterns and color combinations
  • Double drawstring closure
  • Made of 210D polyester
  • Large 9" W x 9" H imprint area for your logo
  • Option for full color logo imprint
  • Fast 6 day normal production
  • Up to 24 hour production available
  • Exclusive patterns only available here

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