Tagged 'Editor’s Picks'
The world moves faster these days, and there’s no denying it. Smartphones keep us in constant contact, social media outlets let us know our friends’ every waking thought and cable news channels inundate us with 24 hours of headlines and story updates. Read More »
Long-haul truck drivers, couriers and messengers are a unique breed. Outfit them with multi-functional, sturdy promotional items that bring some of the comforts of home to the road. Read More »
Nifty gadgets and high-tech toys abound in the promotional products world, but the classic calendar remains a top pick for buyers. Jim Paschal, president of St. Charles, Illinois, supplier Warwick Publishing (UPIC: WARWICK), believes no matter how dressed up it may be, the timeless appeal of a calendar is the jewel in this product’s crown. Read More »
Packaging options for promotional products vary, but they all serve a purpose.
Pour one more promotion with stylish, sturdy promotional drinkware. Read More »
When travel is part of your business, having the right tools can make life on the road much easier. Read More »
Bags are abundant in the promotional products industry. They satisfy our need to organize on the spot and stay on the go with our most basic needs. But to stand out from the crowd of totes, carryalls, duffels and sport sacks, suppliers are looking to advances in decorating as well as outstanding service. Read More »
What’s the most important job you can ask a magnet to do? Does it hold up your water bill, your takeout menu or your little one’s latest work of art? Or does it serve as an essential desk toy, dutifully distracting you from those pressing deadlines? Read More »
If it beeps, clicks, lights up or powers down, we want it. We love gadgets, and promotional items of a high-tech nature are abundant. Entire tradeshows and publications are dedicated to revealing the newest and best, and entrepreneurs are held up as geek-gods when their latest creations reach consumer masses. Read More »
Nearly 30 years ago, country singer Barbara Mandrell and entertainer Bob Hope sang the praises of “Made In The USA,” and today consumers continue to hum the same tune, citing their preferences for domestically made products. In the promotional products industry, where products are bought and sold not just by the dozens but by the hundreds and even thousands, manufacturing origins can be just as important. Read More »