TAKE THE CHALLENGE:
Look around you – on your desk, in your purse or briefcase – look in your breakroom or your kitchen at home. How many promotional products can you find? A magnet from your dentist? A pen from your bank? A tote bag from a conference you attended last year that is now used to haul coloring books/crayons? A wind jacket or golf balls from a company outing? I ask you to take this challenge to underscore that PROMOTIONAL PRODUCTS are still an effective way to motivate and influence behavior in end-users.
The following is a list of the top five ways promotional products can, and do, influence the way end-users behave: