Everyone loves golf as it offers a chance to step outside, breathe in fresh air and to relax with friends. The mere fact that 1 out of 6 people in America play golf regularly will sum up the popularity of this game. Businesses have been incorporating golf promotional products to reach out to over 25 million golf aficionados and their elite league. Now you can turn the passion of golf of Americans into effective marketing opportunities by hosting a golf event that will leave a lasting impression in the minds of everyone and not just the golf lovers.
Businesses need promotional products as a cost-effective means of reaching out to more potential customers. Even established global players resort to this marketing strategy. For small businesses like startups, promotional products help cut their marketing budget and still draw people’s attention.
Promotional products have been in use for years. Right from new businesses to big enterprises, these giveaways are marketers’ favorite. A website Sageworld.com has listed some interesting stats about the use of promotional products.
Originally published on SignatureBoston.com
After the long Winter months, Spring is finally upon us and that means more and more people will be moving outdoors to enjoy the better weather. And many will be enjoying outdoor events where “lawn games” have again become quite popular. The City of Boston has created an unique outdoor event space called “The Lawn On D” where you can enjoy fun outdoor games of bocce, ping-pong, cornhole or even Jenga!
Originally published on OutBrain.com
The opening round of March Madness will begin shortly. While perhaps not quite on the scale of the Super Bowl or the Olympics, March Madness has also becoming something of an advertising holiday. Last year saw 70 million video streams of the games across broadband and mobile – which represented an impressive 20% of all viewing. And that doesn’t account for all the engagement with highlights and other related media.
Originally published on ProImprint
Most business owners lose sight of their January / first quarter promotions after spending too much time and effort on their holiday season promotions. It is not surprising that finally when the New Year is finally over business owners will be too exhausted or wasted up to think about their business promotion. So, the best thing would be to have a concrete business plan [Read more…] about January is a Great Time for Rebranding
The results of ASI’s just-released corporate gift-giving survey show six in 10 companies plan on thanking clients and employees with holiday gifts this year. What’s most surprising is that the number isn’t 10 in 10. Smart business owners know the best way to keep clients coming back – or to court new business – is to show appreciation.