January 10th, 2012
New Years’ resolutions are in full swing, and gyms are packed with new members. If ever there was a time to encourage your customers’ new health habits, it’s right now!
Whether you’re launching a new workplace wellness program or you’re in the throes of new membership marketing, we have great promotional incentives ready for you!
Let’s just take a closer look at what the typical gym-goer brings to the gym, shall we? It’s a great place to start thinking about designing a starter kit for your desired audience:
- Hand towels are used for various things from wiping down equipment to wiping away sweat. The life of your logo far exceeds the cost!
- Let’s face it: gyms are known to be germ-laden environments. Keep a supply of pocket hand sanitizers available for extra protection.
- If there’s anything a person might bring to the gym, it’s likely going to be a water bottle. Proper hydration is essential during any workout. This one even saves space in their gym bags:
- Members often must bring their car keys, gym passes, and locker keys into the building with them. Why not capitalize on that opportunity and offer a logo’d keychain? They can even clip all their keys to their new bottles or gym bags.
- Nearly everyone on the cardio machines will engage in some sort of entertainment, whether it’s reading or listening to tunes. Add a bonus incentive to signing up by giving the first 50 new members a wearable MP3 player.
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August 12th, 2011
The new government food guidelines have been in the news since their release earlier this summer. Even though the new “My Plate” system is simpler, it still takes some getting used to. The advantage of this new system is it shows ratios rather than servings, a much simpler way to illustrate that it’s the proportion, not necessarily the amount of food, that contributes to an unhealthy lifestyle.
The old guidelines gave a solid number of servings for each category, but the new system takes individual needs into consideration, like age, gender and activity level. The CDC has posted a helpful tool at their Fruits and Veggies Matter website to assist in determining each person’s individual needs.
Use this tool to promote wellness and individualized health to your target audience and watch them turn nutrition facts into healthy habits. The right giveaways combined with educational tools, events, materials and programs can help even the busiest people improve their diets! Check out these three practical promotional products they can use every day to help them along.
Salad To Go
This roomy bowl holds 4 cups of leafy greens below so they’re well on their way to meeting their individual veggie requirements. A three-section insert holds salad toppings and a freezable screw-top container for their favorite dressing.
Snack & Dip To Go
Give staple snacks like chips and dip a healthy upgrade by challenging your students, employees, or clients to dip into something new —peanut butter with celery, hummus and sliced veggies like cucumber or red pepper, yogurt and fruit, or baked chips. The dip container features a freezer-gel lid for safe serving!
Poly Pro Lunch Box
Lunch bags don’t have to be brown! Imprinted lunch coolers are daily reminders of your health message. A large opening provides easy access for food containers and cleaning. Check out some fun, funky patterns too!
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