Promotional products might just be the best thing ever when it comes to making sure your booth is the one they visit. Here are some ways to make sure there is a well-worn path right to your booth.
We hold symposiums 3 times a year for a department in our company to discuss upcoming areas of risk in the insurance sector. The lanyards added a nice, personal touch to the meeting and helped add an air of professionalism that my group was striving to achieve.
Anonymous, # 125337, Lanyard – 7⁄8″
We were celebrating reaching a milestone and wanted all those who had succeeded to be highly visible to the 60,000 attendees at our conference.
Ann from Kansas City, # 104994, Soft Touch Pique Sport Shirt
Our company provides web-based compliance tools for automobile dealerships. Our theme for the show was “Are you open to compliance?” The Pub Bottle Openers reinforced the theme and were a HUGE hit! The heft of solid steel conveyed quality and durability, and our two-color logo really popped off the white vinyl cladding. Even the bartenders wanted some—they were opening beers both nights using our giveaway, so everyone visiting the bars (meaning EVERYONE) saw them in use.
James from Tampa, # 127944, The Pub Vinyl Bottle Opener
The tradeshow was in Las Vegas so we used these pouches to hold casino chips. We put $10 in each pouch and handed them out to our best customers. They were blown away by the creativity.
Anonymous, # 102936, Key Ring Zippered Pouch
We participate in senior events such as healthfairs, some of which take place outside. The fans are a perfect giveaway that increases our exposure as they walk around with the fan.
Rena from Parma, # 5137-HE, Hand Fan – Heart
We wanted an item that was re-usable following our event. They used the bag for brochures and items they picked up at our Expo, with the idea they would keep it and use it in their vehicle, at the grocery store and so on.
Susan from Jordan, # 106542, Therm-O-Tote Insulated Grocery Bag
We wore the shirts at a client conference so that our customers could easily identify us. And that worked great with our lime green shirts! We were thrilled that the color so closely matched our company logo.
Anonymous, # 118761, Silk Touch Performance Sport Polo
We attended a healthcare expo that was beach themed. The travel mug with our logo went into the bags that the expo gives out to all attendees. We were going for a message in a bottle, to keep with the beach theme. Inside the travel mug, attendees found an island coconut K-Cup® and our business card. Huge success—everyone loved it!
The microbuff will be a great icebreaker for attendees at the convention. I love the interactive way we show how it works and yet apply it to their personal device. Our company name will be visible all over the hall.
Lynn from Deltona, # 114956, MicroBuff Mini
These were used as giveaways for an automotive tradeshow (SEMA). The logos turned out great on the products, and we were very pleased with the quality.
Rachel from Jacksonville, # 121583, Tire Gauge Key Light
Top OEMs were invited to do a show for the company’s full global sales team as well as all support staff. Seeing these out got everyone to stop by our booth to hear about our new products.
Anonymous, # 101190, Boogie Bot
We had a Health Fair and had the items we ordered as a giveaway for the participants. The items were great in meeting our theme of “Be Well, Eat Well, Live Well”.
Anonymous, # 125593, Round Aqua Pearls Hot/ Cold Pack
We were a gift bag sponsor at an expo, so every attendee was handed our gift bag with our Happy Hub Guy in it before they even entered the doors.
Tessa from Ontario, # 114622, Happy Hub Guy
Build Your Brand
From small business to big business, university to nonprofit, the name of the game is to make sure people know who you are and what you’re about. Promotional products work when it comes to building your brand.
We used the bags with “Anderson Kennels” name and number to put some puppy chow in to go with the puppies we donated for the Pheasants Forever fundraiser. So if they have questions or would like to board their dog the info is handy.
Anonymous, # 8832, Reflective Stripe Sportpack
This year is my 20th with owning an ice cream stand. I had the mugs printed with our logo and 20th year. We used the campfire mug which is big enough to hold a 12oz plastic sundae cup inside with a hot fudge sundae! We had to order them again! A HUGE hit with the customers! I am pretty sure by the response I will be ordering a 3rd time!
Catherine from Pittsburg, # 311, Campfire Ceramic Mug
We handed the sun kits out at a charity golf event. Our company sponsored a hole and we handed out branded swag to our clients, competitors and project partners as they came through. From a marketing perspective, the kits were a cost effective way to show that our company anticipates needs and finds ways to address them. I think there are a number of people that came through during peak sun that will remember that our company gave them something potentially hard to find in a pinch and it was useful.
Anonymous, # 128997, Sun Safe Kit
I designed a calendar magnet with all the holidays marked for the upcoming school year—families love it, and I think it will help keep my business visible to people when they are planning vacations!
Heather from Brooklyn, # 111306, Billboard Magnet
We install stairlifts in homes. We use the tote bag to hold our product info so that it is easily accessible to our customer if they need it. We suggest they hang it on the arm of the stairlift to also carry items easily up and down the stairs.
Anonymous, # 111603, Easy Shopper Tote
Whenever the local animal shelters / rescues have an event we do whatever we can to help sponsor and set up a booth to help promote our Veterinary Hospitals.
Anonymous, # 5957, Convertible Table Throw – 6′ to 8′
We use these for welcome gifts—we’re a convention center/CVB and give them as a gift for potential clients or clients that have booked their event and are in town.
Sara from Pasadena, # 126948, Hideaway Journal with Pen
We used our logo’d temporary tattoos during our grand opening event, for children in our dental practice and at a charity event where we sponsored a booth. Kids loved them, and it helped expose parents to our logo and practice.
Jessie from Montgomery, # 101115, Custom Temporary Tattoo
We sponsored the singer songwriter stage at RibFest and handed out toothpicks because after eating ribs a toothpick is very helpful.
Alan from Winston Salem, # 7124, Toothpick Dispenser
We give these to car dealerships and realtors to use when doing loans. One of the dealerships mentioned that they like the highlighters, since they have to do lots of highlighting on paperwork. And our name is on their desktop.
Anonymous, # 12905, Triangular Highlighter
We are a new brand and we were presented with the opportunity to put our name before a pretty large audience. We ordered these shirts as a way to further our reach. We sent them to another business that will be promoting our business on national TV in 150 countries. They loved them! They even opened the box in front of some customers they have, and they said the customers loved the shirts and they all want more. 4imprint is going to be a crucial part of our branding strategy, and we have already ordered more product.
Todd from Stow, # 6729, Hanes® Tagless® T-Shirt
The fans were used to promote our college at community events. We chose the fans since we live in the desert…we felt people would remember us if we kept them cool.
Anonymous, # 113742, Mini Hand Fan
We are a supplier and our sales team is using these as a logo/company recognition tool. What better way to remember a brand than when your phone is about to die and it’s “your brand” that saves it!
Hilary from High Point, # 128421, Energize Portable Power Bank – 2200 mAh
We are a church located near a university. We will be giving out these frisbees with out logo and website. The frisbees will be filled with candy and an info card, then it’ll be shrink wrapped and given out.
Darren from Monroe, # 28828, Sport Flyer 9″
We use the sheriff’s badges to show who paid admission into our Museum. The stickers are a BIG hit with kids and adults. They get to be sheriff for day with the badge.
We used the zinnia seed box, accompanied by a folded business card that stated, “People grow in ways they never imagined living at Cottage Grove Place.” We are a life care retirement community. The flower boxes were well received and gave us another opportunity to keep our logo and name in front of our prospects.
Vickie from Cedar Rapids, # 128284, Pop Up Planter Kit
We use the calendars as giveaways at our Oktoberfest…It helps us get our business on the forefront of everyone’s mind going into the Christmas shopping season…
Kim from Ponca City, # 112194, Seasons Across America Calendar
For Your Cause
Whether it’s a nonprofit, school store or fundraising, if you need money for the mission, promotional products work.
At our annual walk event, we sold water bottles to increase our revenue for the event. The items were a huge success with our visitors from a local middle school.
Anonymous, # 115555, United Colors Tritan Bottle 24 oz.
Each year we do a fundraiser to support our Science Lab for consumable supplies used for instruction. We offer a product for the students to purchase. The sunglasses are always a big hit.
Gail from Acworth, # 121706, UV-Turn Sunglasses
Instead of being solicited for donations for an expansion project at our retirement home, the residents took control of the situation and held a community event including live and silent auctions, raffles and our town’s first food truck rally (Go lol’s…little old ladies!!). We purchased napkins with the logo for the event to use at the live auction and they looked great! Did we meet our goal of $25,000? Why, yes we did…we made $60,000!
Anonymous, # 105454, Touch of Linen Beverage Napkin
My good friend was diagnosed with stage 4 terminal renal cancer; the can Coozies will be sold to help pay any out-of-pocket medical costs.
Anonymous, # 110, Pocket Coolie
Our Golf Tourney is the best attended and biggest fundraising event we have. We are always in need of bags to hold the golfers’ goodies: golf balls, towels, etc. These worked great! The bags were strong and our logo was an added touch.
Tina from Manchester, # 5938, Celebration Shopping Tote Bag
The item (picture frames) was given away at a WTS golf outing with a picture of the foursomes in it. The golf outing helps raise money for the WTS scholarship fund. Everyone was very please with how it turned out. We used our special 35 year logo.
Allene from Boston, # 128681, Horizontal Beveled Glass Frame – 4″ x 6″
The product was used for both a fundraiser and giveaway. Our students will be receiving iPads next year to aide in their learning. The stylus pens were acquired to be used as rewards for class participation in school-wide events, as well as a fundraiser for the student council.
Ann from Shofield, # 116498, Jada Stylus Twist Pen
We are a nonprofit providing clean water filters in Kenya, East Africa. The bottles are given to participants in our Water-Can Walk to raise funds for these filters. Minimum donation is $35, which is the cost of a filter that lasts a family 7-10 years.
Cherie from Chillicothe, # 9990, Comfort Grip Sport Bottle – 27 oz.
We used the brew pub glasses for our fundraiser that took place in a restaurant/bar setting. The bar worked with us to do drink specials using the glasses we ordered through 4imprint to increase our funds raised. For instance, the attendees purchased a filled pub glass for $10 and received $5 refills throughout the evening. We ordered 72 glasses since this was the first time we were ordered. We had 250 attendees at the event. The glasses sold out in the first half hour. We will definitely be ordering more next year!
Kristi from Crystal, # 306-16, Brew Pub Glass – 16 oz.
We are using our bags for rewards for participating at certain events at the college. The first bags were awarded to the 3 teams of 8 who won the games at our Jump/Hoops for Heart fundraiser.
Lyn from Lake Worth, # 129373, Sparks Drawstring Sportpack
We host a fund raiser for the Children’s Miracle Network every year. These t-shirts were thank you gifts for contributors. This is the third time we’ve offered the shirts, and people really seem motivated to contribute the minimum required to get the shirt. That motivation translates into more funds for a worthy cause.
Michelle from Harrisburg, # 6729, Hanes® Tagless® T-Shirt
Saying Thank You
Whether it’s for saying thank you to volunteers, to applaud hard workers for a job well done or for recognizing an anniversary, here are some creative ways to say “thanks.”
We are a trucking company and drivers have to log their trips (with nice, straight lines). They went bananas over these rulers. The perfect size and just what we needed.
Erin from Lakeland, # 864, Magnifying Ruler
I ordered custom printed booklets as a volunteer appreciation gift. We normally give an annual gift (popcorn, chocolate, water bottles) and this gift was a hit with our volunteers. Perfect for purses or pockets, so I was told!
Katie from Cedar Rapids, # 116187, Budget Bound Journal
We ordered these wine glasses to use as a thank you gift for special friends of our organization – those people who have gone above and beyond. The glasses were customized with our logo and even have the look of being etched glass. They are fantastic – and pair wonderfully with a nice bottle of wine for a unique and personalized gift of thanks.
Anonymous, # 8685, Stemless Wine Glass
These will be used as a thank you gift for our customers at a baseball outing we are hosting. The logo size is just perfect and the insides are…. Cubby blue! They are sure to be a hit!
Anonymous, # 108570, Fleece Stadium Blanket/Cushion
We wanted a small client group thank you to distribute at the conclusion of their event. We thought the seeded coaster was a great choice as it is relatively inexpensive (to allow us to distribute to entire group attendees), earth sustainable and something that they could take with them and plant alone or as a family project.
Denise from Detroit, # 108437, Seeded Paper Coaster
This past year we started using iPads in our board meetings. Many of the directors were having to find a plug to charge their iPads at break times because they forgot to charge then the night before. As an end-of-year thank you gift, we purchased the portable charger that they can use instead. It was a huge hit!
Anonymous, # 127128, Executive Power Bank – 5000 mAh
We have a great group of volunteer Board members who devote a lot of time to Blue Skies of Texas. The umbrella is a way to show them “We always have you covered”, and thank them for their service
The visible and secure neck wallets allowed HonorFlightSouthland.org to safely and transport WWII Veterans to Washington DC. We used the pouch to store vital information and they were hands-free to enjoy and reflect on the memorials built in their honor.
Doreen from Upland, # 5245, Neck Wallet
We are an Orthodontic office – Used them for a Patient Appreciation Party – Give – A – Way at our Swim Party! They LOVED them. They flew great as we were giving tossing them to the people in the pool. Patients loved how easy they were to catch and toss again. Will be using these again!
Daria from Layton, # 6851, Zing Ring Flyer
We have a weekend school that is run 100% by our volunteers, from those that teach the classes to those that help with the operations of the school. We try to celebrate them and show them our appreciation for their dedication and hard work by giving them a gift during our volunteer appreciation luncheon.
Anonymous, # 104109, Neoskin Journal
Clara Barton Hospital Foundation celebrates its 25th Anniversary this year, and we’re hosting a party! As one of the ways we’re celebrating, the Foundation is hosting a blood drive, with the American Red Cross (that was founded by our namesake Clara Barton).
Michelle from Hoisington, #125021 , Tag Along First Aid Kit
We gave these tote bags out to teachers at our back to school kickoff event and filled them with school supplies. The teachers were very excited to have a bag they can carry their books and papers in throughout the school year.
Kristine from Claremont, # 1105, Cotton Sheeting Natural Economy Tote
As a mortgage lender we send out personalized USB drives to our clients at the close of each transaction. The USB drives contain copies of their deed, preliminary title report, final HUD as well as their appraisal and other loan documents. This is our way of saying ‘Thank You’ to our clients by giving them information they need to keep at hand in a convenient and environmentally friendly way
Christine from Laguna Hills, # 112703, Swing USB Drive
We play all sorts of games at the annual family gathering. The hats are prizes. Everyone wears a hat!
Anonymous, # 2423, Elite Cap
We are a mid size municipality in West Michigan and due to the economy, staff has had to do more with less. We have just started having “Thank you” picnics and giving them a small gift as a thank you. This is the second purchase we have made from 4imprint for this purpose.”
Anonymous, # 8220, 12-Can Convertible Duffel Cooler
Employees have been working a lot of mandatory overtime and we used the shirt to show our appreciation, they got to choose the color and size and it worked out great.
Sheila from Sioux Falls, # 128621, Taza 1⁄4-Zip Performance Pullover
We used this product to reward the team after completing a tough project within a limited timetable and to help relieve “the stress” before the next phase of the project began.
Justin from New York, # 118048, Building Block Stress Reliever
Spreading the Word
Whether it’s public safety or a simple community reminder, here are a few ideas to help spread the word about your special campaign.
We used the sport bottles as part of our annual “Color Me Free” Fun Run. The run is the first saturday in october to bring awareness to domestic violence, and to promote wellness/healthy lifestyles. The purple bottles were great!
Tammy from Canyon City, # 9990, Comfort Grip Sport Bottle – 27 oz.
We ordered a puzzle magnet to raise awareness about parents need to spend more quality time with their children, but also get our information and website out to the public. The magnet comes in very handy as there are 3 pieces. The picture frame has out logo and message on it, the business card has our logo and website and the puzzle pieces allows for families to create positive messages for each other.
We are using them as a publicity tool on our Facebook Page. We are doing a competition similar to ‘Flat Stanley’ where some of our Facebook followers can take him on their summer vacations and send us pictures of where he goes. We will post them on our Facebook page and give out prizes for most creative, farthest traveled, etc.
Anonymous, # 101135, Stress Reliever – Policeman
I used the notebook as a giveaway to residents of assisted living and nursing homes. We inserted our business cards and put a copy of the “Residents Rights” inside. This serves as a reminder to the residents to keep a journal or notes about things they might want to discuss when the ombudsman visits them.
Paula from Annapolis, # 111505, Business Card Notebook with Pen
Life in Grace Ministries hosts a woman’s mini ‘retreat’ and we give away something that reflect the theme of the day. This year the retreat is entitled, “Give an Inch.” the tape measures are the perfect give away. If you start with and inch and keep going, you can give a mile…
Becky from Glendale, # 5734, Vinyl Tape Measure
Using cups for our coffee cart that is being run by students with autism in our school. The mugs are reusable and help us teach about being green as well as learning job skills of collecting mugs, cleaning them and prepping the cart for the next day.
Anonymous, # 6915, Steel Tumbler – 15 oz.
We are a non-profit, non-partisan community group which needed more exposure. No budget for ads, so chose your sunshades imprinted with our logo as a great way of raising our profile in a hot, sunny summer climate.
Anonymous, # 105521, Car Sun Shade
We passed out the tissue packs to our family members at our Family Farewell Reception during New Student Orientation. The tissues were practical as many tear were shed as families were saying goodbye to their new college student, but also encouraged laughter when we presented the tissues.
Tara from Wilmington, # 116314, Small Tissue Packet
We discuss 4 E-Colors that depicts different personalities. The colors of the pen received were given to each participant based on their top E-Color (red, yellow, blue or green). All happily received their pen.
Rosalinda from Harlingen, # 9764, Mardi Gras Pen
Our library gives free earbuds to students whenever they request headphones. Earbuds they can keep and use on our computers or their laptops; reduced waste (the others could not be obtained without masses of individual and unnecessary packaging and saved us man-hours.)
Tamara from Tampa, #126475 , Ear Buds with Pod Wrap
We are promoting the new location of our Permanent RX Drop Box location. A magnet in a good location is a good reminder of where they can bring their expired or unused medications.
Shari from Cedar Hill, # 16045-Q, Business Card Magnet – 30 mil
We took our bags to Nicaragua on a recent mission trip. We filled the bags once we were there with basic food & health items. Each bag held 2 bags of rice, bag of beans, sugar, salt, spaghetti, soup mix, catsup, cookies, TP, soap, toothpaste, oatmeal & a lot of love!). These bags were very heavy & only one handle broke. Our team was very pleased with the way they held up under all the abuse we gave them 🙂 They were handled many time before they got into the individual homes and were then prayed over. Thank you for a quality product at a low price!”
Dixie from Goshen, # 106836, Value Grocery Tote
Bags are used to create layette sets to be given away at a local hospital. We imprint the name of our charity project on the front of the bag.
Michele from Nashville, # 5938, Celebration Shopping Tote Bag
We held a press conference to announce a new service and gave the flash drives to the media. It contained all of the information they needed.
Julia from Jacksonville, # 112703, Swing USB Drive
We used the pens as a promotion for yearbook. The pens were given away when the yearbook was distributed. They were very popular with the students. I would do this again.
Jennifer from El Monte, # 39152, Bic Clic Stic Pen
We purchased the sun glasses to give them away at the Boxer 500 – A SHORT Run to WipeOut Colon Cancer. This is a local running event and the glasses help continue to communicate our awareness message.
Kelli from La Vista, # 109494, Risky Business Sunglasses
The bags will be given to girls at an all girls school in Kenya, Africa to be filled with toiletries and given at Christmas. These girls live in a poor, rural area so they will probably use them for many years to come.
Jean from Estill Springs, # 105226, Polypropylene Sportpack
We made Tobacco Cessation quit kits for our patients who are trying to quit smoking. We ordered bendeez sticks to put in the kits to help with the stress of quitting.
Hannah from Coravllis, # 1167, Bendeez Stick
Whether you’re looking to outfit your team for a consistent look, trying to build morale, or you want to create ‘walking billboards,’ promotional products get the job done.
The hats were worn by all of the volunteers at a community faire. They had the faire logo on them so people would be able to recognize and find the volunteers if they needed any help. The hats were good quality for the price and looked good on everyone.
Kathy from Temecula, # 4893, Price-Buster Cotton Twill Cap
We are America Reads & Counts Tutoring Program, part of Federal Work Study at The University of Alabama. We give these bags to our tutors as part of their uniform to make them identifiable and to “generate buzz” if seen by others.
Amanda from Tuscaloosa, # 125774, Peekskill Backpack
Team members had been asking for new name badges so we provided them with new badges as well as the lanyards with a USB drive which we preloaded with all of the agency policies, regulations, etc.
Anonymous, # 125083, Lanyard USB Drive
It’s the start of a new school year and we meet for professional development each August. We like to give our teachers practical gifts. The remaining water bottles will be used in student raffles throughout the year.
Gave these items during our annual all staff meeting for the nonprofit I manage. We have 63 employees across seven locations and these items were a thank you and a way for us to build unity and brand loyalty.
David from Sun Valley, # 112304-W, Cara Wave Travel Tumbler – 18 oz.
We wore these at a state conference as a spirit competition. And we won! We will be wearing them to our regular association meetings monthly as well. We hope to draw more members in when they see the group of us wearing them!!
Anonymous, #8826-LS , Blue Generation LS Poplin Shirt
We used our name tag lanyards for our volunteers at Commencement. The bright orange color helped guests spot our staff when they needed assistance.
Kathy from San Diego, # 6513, Economy Lanyard – 1⁄2″
These bands are given to families who live in our neighborhood and have been granted access to our private waterfront area. It is an identifier for them so our team knows they are allowed to be at the waterfront when campers are there.
Christine from Bellevue, # 111806, Balance 3000 Bracelet
Event Shirt: We are going on a family trip to Hawaii in December, and wanted shirts to commemorate the trip and unify us on our journey.
Katy from Barboursville, # 6729, Hanes® Tagless® T-Shirt
Increase participation, improve registration rates and maybe even generate additional revenue. If you’re looking for that ‘carrot,’ look for promotional products.
We gave away picnic blankets at a grand opening of an affordable housing development which was part of a larger master-planned project with for sale and rental units. The blankets were a big hit with residents and donors alike.
Anonymous, # 112568, Playful Plaid Picnic Blanket
we purchased the cooling towels to give out as incentives for completing the monthly safety training. We knew the towels would be great incentives during the hot summer months
Emily from Florence, # 125625, Keep It Cool Towel
We used these as a giveaway to our employees for safety month. It is a product they can use if in a situation where they need help. it has a compass if they are lost a whistle to draw attention and a light to help them see in the dark.
Anonymous, # 6900, Whistle Key Light
During our “May the 4th Be With You” Program we passed out your Black Mood Pencils. I explained to the kids that we were going to be making our very own Litesaber. We cut a small piece of Silver Duck Tape then a smaller piece of Black Duck Tape. I had the kids carefully wrap the top part of their pencil (right underneath the eraser area). While the kids were working on their project a child asked, “Hey Miss, does this litesaber have powers like the other ones have?” I quickly replied, “Of course it does! It has brain power. When you use it at school or at home while doing homework your Litesaber will activate and what you will be receiving is brain power. Your brain will be getting smarter and stronger.” After that comment I received several “Awww cool!”
Emily from Florence, # 114121, Black Shadow Mood Pencil
We held a health fair in our office and started a health challenge among employees. We gave company logo aqua pearls hot/cold packs to the participants. They were appreciated!
Anonymous, # 125593, Round Aqua Pearls Hot/ Cold Pack
These items are sent to program completers who fill out our end-of-program survey. It’s a gift to them for completing, and incentive to give us the information we need for reporting.
Emily from Florence, # 127137, Desk Cube with Ear Buds
I offered a free mug with a $50 purchase, free mug with an email sign up, or $5/mug to my customers. I sell young women’s affordable trendy clothing, and these mugs are a hit!
Kristen with Minks Collection, # 111699, Value White Mug Photo Credit @ Teresa Schmidt Photography
We used the wooden nickels as customer incentives to be used for rewards with bundle purchases. As a ‘token’ of our appreciation, they could be redeemed for free coffee in our eating area or collected for larger rewards.
Sarah from Sullivan, # 12945, Wooden Nickels
We are a resort on the lake. We created a special fishing package and included this cooler as an added bonus for booking this package. We would put water and snack items in the cooler for them to take with them on their fishing trip. Guests LOVE them.
Evelyn from Many, # 114325, Spectrum Budget 12-Pack Cooler
As the school librarian, the Price-Buster Twill Caps are the perfect incentive to get our students READING! Once students reach their goals – they earn their very own “Star Reader” Cap!
Tiffany from Powhatan, # 4893, Price-Buster Cotton Twill Cap
They are a little prize for doing well in a school math contest. Students always need a ruler during their high school math career and they have a happy memory of a school they love.
Barb from Rocky River, # 5907, Recycled Ruler
We used the fitness bands as a prize for our annual fitness challenge. They were very well received and appreciated.
Sandy from Waltham, # 102410, Everlast® Pilates Aerobic Bands
We created a suggestion program called Alfred, after Alfred Nobel. Our EE’s get a monetary reward but also a custom Alfred coin…it’s our own spin on a Nobel Prize. Our EE’s love them!
Jennifer from Warrington, # 127299, Commemorative Coin
I ordered the water Infuser Bottle as an incentive gift for our employees who completed our annual health assessment.
Chrystal from Independence, # 119405, Infusion Sport Bottle 25 oz.
I used the item as a giveway for children after completing an activity. The goal was to encourage parents to leave their children with our sitters and explore the entire show – which worked well!
Taralinda from Madison, # 4815-SB, Pillow Ball – Soccer
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