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If your company is actively involved in tradeshows, depending on your industry, you may be getting ready for a Christmas tradeshow soon. As you interact with potential consumers and clients by holding seminars, directly selling your products, or just chatting with those who are strolling by, it’s best to give them something to walk away with to remember you by.

coloring bookPromotional products are key in allowing potential customers to remember you and your company. When they walk away with something tangible, odds are they are going to think of you before thinking of someone who only spoke to them about what they had to offer.

Give these valuable people something functional like a tote bag, because odds are you won’t be the only one to hand out swag, and they’re going to need something to carry all of their goodies in! You might also consider a multi function tape measure.

Most likely, those who are attending a tradeshow might be looking to purchase large quantities of unique products. Having a tape measure handy is functional when making logistical decisions. Let them remember how helpful and handy doing business with you can be!tape measuer

Also, don’t forget about the little ones. Children are probably bored out of their minds when they’re being carried along to tradeshows. Give them something to entertain themselves by offering a coloring book and crayons imprinted with your logo, and let the fun begin!

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Ahh Fall…. Pumpkin patches, football games, bonfires, and trick-or-treating. As we say goodbye to warm beaches, sunny pool parties, and summertime barbecues, events become more cool and cozy. Some of the most beautiful weather keeps family and friends outdoors together.

3031blackFall gives us the opportunity to revamp our closets with warm apparel for brisk tailgating days with fellow fans. You can bring your company promotion to life here by displaying its logo on fleece jackets, puffy vests, knit caps, or fol

ding chairs. You can also do this at bonfires or fall craft fairs, and hay-rack rides too!

Let’s not forget about those dark and chilly Halloween nights taking the kids trick-or-treating. It’s important to keep the little ones safe with so many goblins and ghouls roaming your neighborhood. Promote your company while encouraging safety by including personalized blinking clip-on lights, flashlights, or even hand sanitizers. But wait, don’t forget to include the candy!

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Have you ever wondered why a pink ribbon symbolizes Breast Cancer Awareness? Let’s start by explaining why you most often see a ribbon in the first place. According to, Penney Laingen, the wife of one of the hostages held in Iran from 1979-1981, used a yellow ribbon to show support for her husband and other hostages. She was inspired by the 1973 song “Tie A Yellow Ribbon” by Tony Orlando & Dawn. Family and friends joined her in her efforts, and Americans today continue to use this symbol as a powerful reminder of the men and women who serve our country. Years later, after seeing the impact yellow ribbons had on communities, AIDS activists chose a red ribbon, “the color of passion,” to represent their mission. Soon, every charitable cause was sporting a ribbon. In fact, The New York Times declared 1992 “The Year of the Ribbon.”

pink eraselet 225x225Among the many charities and foundations utilizing ribbons, the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation was one of the first to the movement. The foundation had been handing out pink visors to breast cancer survivors running in the Race for the Cure in 1990. A year later, after seeing the impact of the yellow and red ribbons, the foundation handed out pink ribbons to every participant in the New York City race. The Susan G. Komen Foundation made an event around the pink ribbon by incorporating it into the race, and were joined by Estee Lauder and SELF Magazine in their promotional efforts to reach further than NYC, causing it to make a lasting impact on breast cancer awareness.

All across the US not only ribbons, but the color pink, is widely associated with Breast Cancer Awareness. Allow your brand to take part in supporting the fight against breast cancer. Sanders Marketing gives you an array of options to choose from. Tote bags, customizable silicone bracelets, tumblers, ribbon magnets and fans…. all pretty in pink to support a spectacular cause.

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Warm Up Your Promotions!

Spring has sprung! Winter hibernation is coming to an end, and we’re thirsty for sunshine, warm temps and a summer breeze. Everyone is ready to debut their newest summer clothing, pools are opening up, and we’re spending more time outside with family and friends. So why not shed a little sunlight on your logo this spring and summer? Let your brand be seen on colorful tumblers, sports bottles, sunglasses, flying disks and beach balls. And maybe some umbrellas for those rainy days!

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Fall is an exciting time on any college campus.  Tail-gating, fraternities, sororities, and rush parties all make up an exciting collegiate experience.  Keep your organizations leading the way on campus with these great promo ideas!

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