6 Tips for Buying Holiday Business Gifts

During the approaching holiday season, you may be thinking of what to give employees, customers and

Holiday Business Gifts

Business Gifts That Make the Mark

associates for business gifts. To make the most of your budget you need gifts that are meaningful, and items that will be used and appreciated.  Here are some steps that will help you pick the best gifts this season.

1. Focus on the recipient. A good place to start when thinking of any gift is to think of the person or group receiving the gift.  What do they like, how do they spend their time, what will make their lives easier?

2. What is the reason you’re giving the gift? Are you celebrating an occasion, holiday or milestone? Is the gift for appreciation, to generate goodwill,  business building, or to promote awareness?

3. Do your homework. We (business owners) agonize over the perfect gift because many times we don’t have in depth knowledge of our customers, employees etc.  We focus on cost alone when picking a gift, which in many cases causes us to miss the boat entirely.

We guess about what is appropriate and we wonder why our efforts are not giving us the results we want. We don’t typically know where these important people (customers, prospects and customers) hang out or what will make their lives easier.  If you’re not sure where your customers spend their time, and what’s important to them, you may be missing an opportunity to reach them in a meaningful way and give them gifts that will make them appreciate the experience they had with your organization.

Since it may be hard to obtain this information directly from customers, it’s a good idea to look at studies conducted by industry groups and even government studies.  We can use this information to make some general assumptions that may help in deciding on the message and placement of the message to make the most of our holiday advertising.

4. Choose items and messages that will fit the places that matter most to the recipients. Incorporate a holiday greeting or message on products that will be used in the places that matter and make the most sense to your customers.  For example a restaurant with a family friendly atmosphere, great specials, and an excellent menu might use a household item like a mug or other drinkware item in holiday packaging as a holiday gift item for loyal customers.  They might include some coupons or a business card magnet that highlights their contact information, their website, free home delivery and specials.  For business marketing, they may want to place their menu, specials and/or contact information on a business themed wall calendar that is distributed it to local businesses for use in the office.  The office environment would be interested in their box lunch catering services for meetings and free delivery during lunch time.

Some products are strictly for the business market and others are great in both business and home markets.

5. Determine which environment is most relevant to the recipient of the gift.  Where is your customer most likely to receive and focus on your message?   So another action step would be to look at your product and message to determine which environment would be the best fit; the home environment, the leisure and sports environment, or the work environment. If your budget allows, all three might be a good fit with a different message for each.

6. Determine the overall cost of the item.  With promotional items you can’t just look at the cost of the item itself.  There are other charges to consider, like set up charges, shipping charges, run charges if your imprint has more than one color, quantity discounts and more. We will make sure to go over these charges with you and provide an overall price in our quote, once we have determined your needs.  Also think of the intangible costs associated with giving holiday gifts this season in terms of goodwill, repeat business, brand recognition and more. When you look at it from that perspective it’s well worth your time to use this form of marketing.

Whatever gift you choose, and whatever environment you choose to focus your marketing efforts this holiday season, remember that promotional items will fit perfectly where other marketing methods may not.  When used effectively, they are the silent salesperson that works and goes into places that you’re not able to. They travel well, displayed on desks, on filing cabinets and walls, on bags, apparel, mugs, and items in every industry, working when you’re not able to, even when you’re fast asleep.

During the upcoming holiday season and throughout the year, the goal should be to get your message into the places where your customers spend their time.  Search our website for holiday gifts and items that will fit into the places where your customers spend their time.

Marketing Tip of the Day: Request Feedback

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Customers are the lifeblood of any business yet in many cases, their opinion is neglected, and sometimes even feared.  Because of this apprehension, valuable opportunities are lost by avoiding the hard questions like “how can we improve?”.  Feedback can give us a boost of confidence when things go well. When things don’t go so well, it can make us want to run and hide.  However those negative tidbits can be just what the doctor ordered when it comes to boosting your business.  Those hard knocks become pearls of wisdom… the pearls that are needed to make your business essential to customers which often leads to more referrals and increased business.

Where do you rate in terms of facing the issues that arise in your business? Are you avoiding problem areas or are you addressing issues that customers bring to the forefront? How does your business currently obtain feedback from customers? Do you send out surveys, does someone follow up in person or by phone after the sale? Is there an opportunity for customers to be open and frank with their feedback? Is there an incentive for customers who provide feedback? What do you do with the feedback once you receive it?  What actions do you take if for example, if you receive negative feedback or complaints?

All these questions are critical to the success of your business.  If you don’t know what your customers think about the experience they had with your business, you’re operating in the dark with one hand tied behind your back.  You might as well close shop.  If customers are unhappy, many of them won’t complain… they just leave, and never come back. They never refer you to their business associates, family and friends.  As a matter of fact, these are the people they will complain to.

People will support your business not because they think it looks good, but because they know it is good.  If they have problems with your services, customers are the best source of objective advice on how to make things better.  So today’s tip involves having a process (there goes that word again!) in place that allows you to regularly obtain feedback.  Give customers options (anonymously or in person, by phone, hard copy surveys, online surveys, etc) which will increase the likelihood that they will give you feedback.  As an added bonus, including lightweight promotional items (like business card magnets) with surveys that are mailed and/or placing a message with a link to an online survey on a promotional item is a proven way to improve response rates.  Coupons, discounts and other money saving values are great ways to encourage feedback as well.

The goal is to create an environment where feedback is encouraged.  And once your customers have given it to you, let them know how you are going to use it.  They will begin to feel involved in your business, and are more likely to send other people your way.

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How to Increase Your Scrapbooking (or any other) Business?

We are reposting an excerpt from a Q & A from www.smallbusinessmagazine.net because it represents a common problem for those who are starting out in business. How to get started?  If KT sounds like you, and you’re not the “sales-y” type, how do you build your business without cold calling and the typical hard sell?  Read this article for some ideas.

Question by kt: how to increase my scrapbooking business?
I have been an “independent consultant” for a direct marketing scrapbooking company. I am NOT a sales-y type person, and since very few of my friends are already into scrapbooking, it’s difficult for me to get business. I’ve started to think of quitting, but in a last-ditch effort have done minor paid search advertising. (I have a company-provided online presence, but they do not allow you to choose your own keywords or direct traffic to your site for free, outside of your existing customer base.) I’ve gotten a few nibbles from this, but not enough to justify the expense. I’ve also tried holding events for my customers, but so far, no one has come. I’m looking for some good “warm call” ideas or ways to reach scrapbookers – without lots of investment.  Any ideas out there?

Answer by Kacky
I am like you, not a sales-y person. If not for the internet and search engines, I would have no sales because I don’t like that aspect of business. But once in a while I get stuck doing fundraisers.

Put together starter kits in a pretty bag and hit up everyone who has ever gotten you to buy stuff from their kids. Tell them this is all they need to make a few special pages without a huge commitment. They also need to buy some to give as Christmas presents to their friends and family.

Heather Psays:

I love to scrap book but since I started doing passion parties I stay to booked up with parties and training my team. I actually pay my consultant to do my scrap books, she also makes themed books where all I have to do is put the pics into the pages. This is a great convenience and my family doesn’t even realize I quit scrapbooking. Maybe this is a service you can provide, or contact the parents of the brides listed in your local bridal announcements about creating books for the bride and groom or post your services in bridal shops?


Don’t give up, Keep trying it’ll happen stay strong good luck. (Use what you have to work with and figure out the catchiest way the present it. Ask more questions if you still need help.)

These answers provide three great ideas: (1) providing samples of your product or service, (2) finding creative ways to partner with other established firms, and most of all (3) persistence.

We tend to view sales, marketing and advertising as one and the same.  However marketing (our focus) is a “process” that you incorporate into every aspect of your business that drives sales and works hand in hand with advertising.

We hope that building your business is more about the “process” and the quality of that process, versus getting in front of people and giving them a hard sell.  When you think of it in those terms, it is a little less intimidating to the non-sales types who want to grow their business. What advice would you give to someone just starting out?


Fall Festivals and Football Season are Here… Is Your Business Ready?

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Is your business ready for Fall events?

It’s time (at least on the east coast) for long sleeves, blankets, crisp, cooler days and turning leaves.  It’s also a very happy time of year… for fall festivals, craft shows, trick or treat and football and other team sports.

What do festivals, craft shows, Halloween and sporting events have in common? Refreshments, teamwork, games and prizes. Fall events and activities are focused on bring groups of people together.  Families will gather more during the period between now and the end of the year than during any other time of the year.  Is your business ready?

If your company is looking for ways to gain easy exposure, think about how you can make the most of these events.  Between now and the end of the year there will be many opportunities to present your products and services.

Think of your customers, and where they like to hang out. What games, festivals, fundraising walks, occasions, and other activities will they participate in this year.  Will your company be represented at these events? Gatherings are great opportunities for your business, so lets look at a few ways to expose your advertising message.

  1. Fundraising. If your organization is running a concession stand or providing refreshments for one of these events, why not purchase cups, bags, t-shirts, blankets and other items that can be used for fundraising.  For sporting events, what fan wouldn’t want an item with the name of their school and mascot to take home after the game? Are you selling popcorn, fountain drinks, coffee or hot chocolate?
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    Custom Megaphones Make Great Souvenirs

    Custom stadium cups, hot/cold beverage cups and sleeves, stuffed animals, rah phones (megaphones), can/bottle coolers make great souvenirs and serve well for fundraising.  For example, megaphones turned upside down are great popcorn containers and come with lids as well.  Plastic stadium cups serve well as souvenir cups.  If you’re already selling refreshments, why not take it to the next level?  Offer free refills when fans buy the souvenir item (like a cup) and sell even more

  2. Sponsor an Event. If your community has a sports team, upcoming festival or craft event, why not partner with your favorite group or cause to sponsor the event? Donating useful items with the name of the event or your favorite group or charity along with your company name and contact information will give your company exposure and be will greatly appreciated in the community. Contact the group you’re interested in helping to see what items are most needed and what their requirements are for donations.  Some groups may require that you include their logo on items, and some may not.  Make sure the organization you’re interested in will take the items and that you offer is viewed as a mutually beneficial exchange.

    Pump up Concession Sales!

    The emphasis should always be in helping an organization in meeting it’s goals.  Items like cups, personal grooming items, blankets, mugs, and other items related to the event can be donated, helping the organization and providing positive exposure for your company.

  3. Co-Op Advertising.  Team up with another company in your area (one that compliments yours) to advertise at these events and save even more while gaining exposure.  You could for example share the cost of printing and distributing promotional items during an event.  Make sure to reach an agreement  with key decision makers on how the advertising will look and how the items will be distributed, as well as who will be responsible for what before you have items printed.

  4. Motivate and Reward. Plaques, awards, and gift items are great ways to motivate teams, recognize and say thank you to employees, volunteers, customers and others who contribute to your success.  If you’re on a tight budget, make a list that contains employees, volunteers, customers, suppliers, prospects and other important groups.  Prioritize your lists and pick times during the year that you can say thank you to these groups.Timing is everything, so figure out the best time or times each year to recognize these groups.  Check with us throughout the year for ideas deals and items in our Windjammer catalog that will be useful and appreciated.  There are also custom items that can be combined with other items or used alone that make wonderful raffle items and prizes. Don’t be afraid to use your creativity.

There are just a few ideas but there are many more that will fit your needs.   As fall approaches and people are supporting their favorite teams, participating in walks and other awareness events, getting ready for the holidays and enjoying the changing seasons, there are many ways to spread the word and build your brand without the hard sell.  Make use of these opportunities with the “silent salesmen” that work, even when you’re not around.

Your Logo: 5 Reasons to Invest in a Professional Design

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Your Logo: Clip art or Graphic Designer? Does it Matter?

This is Part 2 of our Marketing Tools Checklist for Small Business.  This is where we elaborate on one of the critical tools for branding  your business, the logo. The logo is #2 on the checklist, but we’re starting with a discussion on logos because it’s not one of the tools that you can that you drop into an envelope and send to your customers by itself.  For a start up,  it’s a building block that when combined with all the other marketing tools will set about doing the job of branding your company.

When used effectively, it becomes is the most highly recognized part of your marketing and advertising efforts.  The thought is that this branding will translate to increased sales and growth for your business. It’s a tried and true method used by companies large and small with tremendous success.

There’s always a question of when and how it should be created.  Some experts feel that you should invest in a professional logo design from day one.  Others think you should wait until your business is established to invest in a logo.  Here are some things to consider regarding how much you should invest in the logo whenever you decide to create your design.

Here’s a common scenario… You’re just starting out, maybe your budget is tight and you’re not sure if you should invest in graphic design services for your logo.  You have no graphic design experience, but how hard could it be, right? With all the off the shelf graphic design programs and royalty free clip images, you get the idea that you can use your computer to create a logo for your business.  Problem solved. Right? Well…maybe not.  Before opting for this do it yourself (DIY) choice, please take a moment to think about your business, and your long term goals.

A poorly designed, low quality image may send the wrong message to potential customers.  There are a number of things to consider beyond the image itself.  Think of the impact your logo will have on your ability to do the kind of business you want to do, as well as the kinds of relationships that will be impacted by your logo design:

1. First Impressions Last – Have you ever received a business card that was printed on the family ink jet computer? Think about how that made you feel when you saw it, versus how you’ve felt when you received a professionally printed business card.  Low quality, home printed materials are a good indicator that you’re a rookie who probably doesn’t have the resources to obtain quality items.

It creates doubt in the minds of your customers. They think that if you don’t have the resources for professional printing, what else is missing?  It’s important to present a professional image and highlight your strengths to build confidence with your customers.  Remove as many doubts, blaring red flags and fears as possible about your business and your ability to handle the job.

A professional marketing package will take you a long way to reaching that goal.  Therefore your logo, coming out of the gate should be polished to present the best possible image for your company.You don’t get a second chance to make a good first impression.

In essence, your logo will play a major role in setting the tone for your business and it should speak to the character, values and quality of the products and services you’re offering, as well as the audience you want to attract.  For example, if your business theme is happy, fun and carefree, that should be reflected in your logo.  If your logo design unintentionally sends the opposite message, you may miss the audience and the business opportunities you’re looking for.

2. The Long Haul – Over the life of your business, your logo will be placed on every marketing piece, every piece of letterhead, invoices, business cards, advertising, signs, billboards, apparel, proposals, business plans, your website and so much more.This is your brand, the icon used to identify your company.  It’s a unique combination of symbols, colors, and shapes that your customers, employees, the general public, and even your competitors will associate with the great experiences they have (or will have) with your company.  You want it to represent you well over the long haul.

3. Credibility – Even though money may be tight in the beginning, investing in a professional looking image  will go a long way toward seeing your business recognized and taken seriously by investors and those you intend to do business with.  Changing logos can be devastating for any business. Once your customers get used to seeing your logo and they make the connection between the symbol and your business, there’s no turning back.  Change the colors, change the background, but when you change the logo, you’re forcing your customers make the transition to learning what that represents all over again. In some ways, it’s like starting from square one.  When was the last time you saw a major brand change their logo?  You won’t see it much unless there is some catastrophe that is associated with a brand that makes it virtually useless.  Brands become intangible assets that companies spend a ton of money to maintain.

4. Pride… Not Embarrassment –  Think of how you feel (what descriptive words come to mind) when you see the logos of popular brands.  When I’m out riding in the car with my three year old grandson, he already recognizes “Toys R Us” from viewing their signage.  It brings a reaction that usually results in his asking me or his parents to visit the store.  This is  branding at its best.

Think of how you want your customers to feel when they see at your logo.  How will your employees feel wearing your logo or handing out their card with your logo imprinted on it?  When they look at your marketing materials, what feelings do you want them to have? Pride or anxiety? You certainly don’t want them to give out marketing materials with a low quality clip art design, do you?

Think of your business, and what you hope will come to mind when potential customers, investors and prospects receive your materials? Do you want them to think of descriptions like excitement, strength, integrity, stability, happiness, style, class, fun, tranquility, energy etc.  Or do you want them to anxiously smile and say something like, don’t call us, we’ll call you?  If you want to be recognized for the image you’re trying to project, consider these factors when selecting the method for creating your logo.  A great logo will work well to promote your business and will eventually stand on its own.  A low quality logo can make the most knowledgeable person seem lack luster.

5. Print-ability– When you think of how your logo will be designed (DIY or graphic designer) keep in mind that a professional designer will (or should) provide you with camera ready, color separated art files that can be taken to any printer that will handle your marketing materials.  This means that your logo will be created in a vector based program like Illustrator and ready for high quality printing.  Raster based programs will create images that result are low quality and when enlarged, will result in a stair step, pixel based image that has blurred, distorted edges.  Printing companies, including promotional product manufacturers will charge more to convert your files to a vector based format.

All things considered, that simple little symbol, shape or combination thereof along with colors, word choices, and fonts; when pulled together, says a lot about your business.  Make sure it says the right thing, and illicits the responses you want from your customers when they see it.  Once you have a prototype, ask your team members, friends and family for feedback.  Ask them how they feel or for words that describe how they feel when they look at your logo. If there’s a match between your intentions and their impressions, you’re on the right track.

I can’t think of any instance where you would want to send a  message that says low quality, cheap or amateur if you’re trying to build and grow your business.  You don’t have to spend a fortune on your logo but you should invest time in finding a professional to create your design.  You should also have a general idea of the theme, color, fonts etc that you might want to use.  And by all means, consider the factors above before crafting this very important business tool.

A Marketing Tools Checklist for Small Business

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If you’re starting or managing a small business, you know that choosing suppliers, creating products/services, distribution, accounting and other aspects of the business can result in many 16 hour days.  It’s easy to become so focused on “operating” your business that you’re not actively “marketing” your business.

To help your business work smarter, maintain growth, and to help it weather any economic storm, it’s important to incorporate an effective marketing plan.  And contrary to popular belief, that doesn’t have to be a painful process… with the right tools.

Here are 9 tools to consider when implementing a marketing cycle that fits your business, one that’s affordable, measurable and repeatable.  The goal is to have a process in place that continually keeps your name in front of existing customers while attracting new ones. So think about each of these, and ask yourself how these items will fit into your marketing mix.

1 Social Media

It goes without saying that social media has become one of the most popular marketing tools for small businesses.  And while social media has major benefits, (including the fact that it’s free) it should only be part of an overall strategy for marketing your business.

The biggest thing to consider is how your target audience is using social media. Are your customers using social media to interact with various companies? Does social media affect their buying decisions? If your audience is not on social media sites for business reasons, you may want to focus those efforts on other areas.  However, if you are providing useful content to your customers that will make their lives better, the resulting interaction may have an impact on sales.

It’s easy to abandon some of the old yet well established standards, for social media alone.  However, you may find that using some of the old with the new, will give your marketing efforts a solid foundation that allows you to make a better connection with your audience.

The goal should be to create a system that will allow you to consistently plan, implement, measure, adjust (if needed) and repeat.  It’s never a good idea to put all your eggs in one basket.

2 Your Logo

Many entrepreneurs will overlook creating a logo during start up, possibly because of money and/or time. However, first impressions last, and you’ll want to create a polished image from the beginning.  Your business needs a unique visual hook so that customers will readily recognize your company.  Something you can splash on your business cards, stationery and anything else you can think of.

You don’t have to spend thousands on a designer to create an icon that expresses the essence of your business.  By networking with other entrepreneurs you’re bound to run into a designer who will charge significantly less than big design firms. You may even be able to barter or trade services to make it more affordable.

3 Business cards

Many marketing gurus say that a great business card can be your most effective marketing tool. Pack it with as much information as it will hold, not just contact information. Good graphics are important, but not as crucial as actually describing what your company does in a line or two. Maybe put the contact information on the front and list your products or services on the back.

In any event, your business card must stand out from the crowd.  Make it memorable, so that prospects will want to keep it or store your information for future use. Remember that the number of people who are using smart phones has increased in recent years, so if your contact information makes it into their phone, tablet or other media device it will be available when they are ready to make a buying decision.

4 Your Website

You should get this up and running before you open for business.  If your company doesn’t have a website, you’re missing a major marketing opportunity.  With the increasing use of smart phones, tablets and other mobile devices you need a website or blog that is enabled for mobile devices.

Websites serve to provide your customers with company background, product information, and customer service.  Blogs work to start a dialog with your customers with content (product information, ideas and tips) that will help make their lives better. They can also be used to educate customers about your industry.

You don’t need to spend a lot of money on a site with all the site-building options now available. But it should be well-designed, and at the very least provide a way for your customers to learn about what you do.  It’s critical to place information on the site so that customers can contact you for more information.

Using the website as the primary ‘marketing material’ is an exceptional idea. If it’s designed well and easy to navigate, it will bring in new business and provide a base for prospects and established customers to keep in touch.

5 Brochures

This can include virtual brochures in PDF format on your website, as well as four color paper handouts. In any case, it’s important to have some brochures, because they can cover a variety of general needs that no other single marketing document can handle, ranging from price lists, service menus, product information, etc., that are versatile enough to be distributed in print format or online.  They can be handed out at a trade show or used as a handy mailer for people who want basic information about your company.

6 Company Apparel

Be your own walking billboard! Of course we think this should be VERY high on your priority list.  Include promotional apparel to announce new products/services, give them out to employees and customers, use them as summer uniforms for a cool alternative.

This tried and true method is very effective at spreading the word.  Remember that wearing clothing with your company brand can start tongues wagging everywhere you go.  Interested prospects will take down the information on your apparel or even ask you what you do.  Once the conversation starts, whether in person, by phone or on your website, you will have an opportunity to give them your sixty second elevator pitch (discussed later as tool #9), a business card or an invitation to visit your facility for a free sample or a “test drive” of some sort.

And don’t mention the additional traffic you’ll get if your apparel includes your web address. Unrivaled exposure is one of the best reasons to use promotional apparel, and why it’s so popular.  There are other items available, (like auto items, hats, bags, tool sets, household items, sporting goods, personal care items and office supplies) for custom printing.  Contact us for more information.

7 E-mail Signatures/Marketing

Don’t let any e-mail escape your computer without tagging it as a marketing message. Come up with a catchy e-mail signature and include your name, business name, contact information, pitchy tag line, a web address and even a one- or two-line announcement at the bottom of the signature about a new book, product, seminar or service offering you’ve announced.

The same rule of thumb for social media is true for email marketing. It can be very effective if your audience receives your messages. However, if your customers receive so much spam, that your email is caught in their junk folder, reaching them through this method may not be effective.

I’m not saying that you should totally abandon email marketing, but if you’re not getting results from your email campaigns and resources are limited, you might want to shift your efforts to other tools and areas.  The bottom line is that every small business should have a growth plan that provides both an online and offline presence.

8 Special Information Packets

Depending on the initial focus of your company, you’ll need to develop packages of materials that are formulated around particular needs.  If sales are hugely important at the beginning, you may need to come up with a folder full of brochures and spec sheets. If public relations are an important early consideration for you, you’ll need to produce some press releases and a media kit.

9 Your Elevator Pitch

The elevator pitch is a strong, 30-second spoken speech that could convince someone to invest in your business in the space of an elevator ride – it’s a growing and popular marketing tool. Think of doing a version targeted for potential investors and one for potential customers.

This “pitch” will convince investors and customers that you’re the best at what you do, and that engaging with your business is essential.  You can also commit your elevator speech to paper, or modify it into a “mission statement,” and hand it out readily along with your other marketing materials.  Place it on your website for customers that are introduced to your company through a search engine or another online channel.

It’s easy to get caught up in the work and forget exactly ‘what’ your marketing and how to keep your business thriving through good and bad times.”  Receive tips and  ideas on how to create a marketing “system”  that uses these tools in future articles.

Deadline Approaching? 24 Hour Cups are the Answer!

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 These cups make an excellent addition to events all year long.
Custom printed plastic cups are reusable and come in a variety of sizes including 12, 16, 22 and 32 oz sizes. With lids and straws available, they’re a hit at parties and outdoor activities.  Add a name, reunion, wedding, anniversary. birth date, advertising message, or unique design to make your party a huge hit.
Imprinted, reusable stadium cups make great promotional items for corporate events, parties, weddings, bat-mitzvahs, bar-mitzvahs, and get togethers.   Recipients keep them and reuse them year round, constantly being reminded of the great time they had at the event.
Schools and youth organizations use them as fundraisers at football, basketball and baseball games, or at any event. Offering a discounted or free refills is a great way to raise funds to sports programs and it reminds everyone of the great time they had at games.
Restaurants, bars, and nightclubs offer their customers free or discounted refills in their printed souvenir cups, and their customers keep coming back! Give your cups away at carnivals, festivals, sporting events, picnics, or anywhere people might be drinking cool beverages. Reusable lids and translucent straws make your cup extra special. We have lots of colors and styles of reusable printed plastic cups available too.
Contact us today to shop for stadium cups in a variety of minimum quantities, a variety of sizes, made in the U.S.A. and 24 hour service.