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.
Check out more great solutions for your next Health and Wellness Campaign.
October 27th, 2011
Filtered water bottles are a great answer for some of your biggest drinking requests. A reusable bottle instead of a disposable one? Check. Filled with filtered water? Check. No access to that big filtered water pitcher in your fridge? No problem. And you get to attach your logo to this great idea too!
We now offer several customized solutions for you and your health-conscious customers:
For the cost-conscious, we have the Water Filtration Sport Bottle, starting at just $8.95 each. To top it off, the logo’d bottles also boast a freezable wand and built-in water tracker. Score!
For the style-conscious, the Camelbak® Filtered Sport Bottle gives you the same popular bottle style from a brand you already trust.
Built-in filters reduce any concerns you might have about refilling from the sink or water fountain. And replacement filters are readily available for both.
These promotional bottles are great for road races, wellness programs, fitness magazine promotions, gym memberships, healthcare fairs and much more. Getting your 8-a-day could hardly be any easier!
May 27th, 2011
Putting some personality into your promotions shows your customers that they are not alone–and that you’ll be so much fun to work with! We have some imprinted characters that will provide your audience with a personable, enjoyable experience that can only lead to positive results.
The heart of the home is often in the kitchen. Make the kitchen a playground by getting a little Kuzil Krazy!
For the cooking enthusiast, these logo’d vegetable peelers will add to the fun. For those who aren’t used to cooking, these promotional personalities will make it more enjoyable to start!
Gathering around the family table, preparing food at home and conquering portion sizes could make a world of difference for their health. Let them ”eyeball” their ingredients with these customizable measuring cups.
A personable experience is one of the the main ingredients of a successful promotion. Express it the best at your next cooking demonstration, home goods store sale, housewares trade show, company wellness event or healthcare campaign.
May 5th, 2011
Michelle Obama launched a health initiative to encourage young children to eat healthy, paving the way for wholesome eating habits that carry into adulthood. She has even planted her own vegetable garden at the White House. The current emphasis on eating food that’s local, organic, and in its most natural form is a concept that has transformed the country’s way of eating, making Obama’s initiative a very timely one.
Launch your own healthy eating initiative, company wellness program or eco-minded practice with one of these great ideas. After all, there’s nothing more rewarding than eating food you’ve nurtured from seed.
These imprinted CD-case growing kits include seeds for growing the ingredients for a healthy mixed salad. The recipe is included. Your salad can’t get any fresher than this!
Those with established green thumbs might appreciate a new challenge. Help guide them into turning kitchen and yard waste into rich garden fertilizer with this logo’d booklet.
Or encourage your customers to support local farmers (and reusable packaging efforts) with this custom organic farmer’s market bag.
March 17th, 2011
The Bento box (aka laptop lunch box) has been touted recently in several media outlets as a diet-savvy tool. Essentially, the Bento box is a food storage container with several various-sized compartments. The Bento has long been used in Japanese culture for takeout or box lunches. When you think about it, the Bento has several built-in qualities that support healthy eating habits. The sectioned compartments take the guesswork out of portion sizes and help you get a healthy mix of food. Try to fill the compartments with all the colors of the rainbow for a good nutrient balance.
Not only that, but the Bento is also a great reusable alternative to plastic baggies, brown bags and other disposable packaging. It keeps all your different tastes from mixing. And a single box means fewer dishes to do at the end of the day too! Bringing homemade food to work is a great way to save money and your health, so stash your leftovers in one of these!
We recommend fruits and veggies over crackers and chips!
This plastic storage container has three sections for snacks and a separate compartment over the top for a sandwich or utensils.
These small snack containers even keep your food cool until lunchtime with freezable gel. With the 3-cup capacity, you’re well on your way to your daily recommended vegetable servings. Hint: measure out the capacity of the reusable plastic containers you already own once and you’ll always have portion sizes under control.
Introduce your new company wellness program or health initiative with either one of these fine logo’d specimens to make portion control as appealing as possible.
January 12th, 2010
If you resolved to get healthy or wealthy in 2010, you’re not alone. Two of the top New Year’s resolutions this year (and quite possibly every year) involve getting fit and saving money. If you’re looking for a way to do both stylishly, you might want to check out this modern twist on the lunch box.
Lunch Box from www.Target.com
Lunch boxes like this are popping up all over the place, from Target to Pottery Barn Kids. They remind me of the Japanese Bento Box, which features a series of stackable containers with a band wrapped ‘round to hold them together. Each separate container holds a different part of the meal.
Bento Boxes from www.CubeEgg.com
Lunch boxes like this make great gifts for staff appreciation weeks (like Nurses’ Week or Teacher Appreciation Week). They also work well for kicking off a new employee wellness initiative or fitness team.
4imprint Salad to Go Imprinted Lunch Box
Our versions are high-quality Soup to Go, Salad to Go and Lunch to Go containers.
However you use them, these containers make keeping your New Year’s resolutions just a little more fun.