It's no secret that we all really love our pets! According to the 2023-2024 APPA National Pet Owners Survey, 66% of U.S. households own a pet, which equates to 86.9 million households. In 2023, a total of $143.6 billion in sales is projected to be spent on pets in the U.S.
Branded drinkware is consistently one of the top selling categories of promotional products. 78 percent of consumers — nearly eight in 10 — say they own promotional drinkware. Who doesn't love a great water bottle or coffee cup?
During this period they are calling the "Great Resignation," it's harder than ever to recruit new employees. Making sure you retain these new team members starts with making a great first impression when welcoming them to the company.
As more of the workforce has adopted a permanent work-from-home arrangement, marketers may get more value out of a promotional product meant for the home instead of the office. Here are some ideas to reach your prospect or client where they spend the most time each week:
As part of a tradition at Suttle-Straus, our annual holiday card includes the option for our customers to choose one of three local charities for us to donate to on their behalf.
During this season of giving, if you are also looking for a way to give thanks to your customers or employees, while also giving donations to a charity in need, take a look at some promotional gifts that give back:
Corporate wellness programs have become a key part of a company's benefit offerings. After all, healthy and happy employees are more engaged and productive. Companies use health-related promotional products for their wellness programs in a number of different ways:
During the pandemic, many people have taken the opportunity to work on their golf game - we've heard from local clubs that rounds played in 2020 jumped 15-20% when compared to the previous year.
If your target customer or prospect is on the golf course regularly, then a promotional product can be a great gift to keep your branding top of mind. Here are four (fore!) or five ideas to get you started:
The most recent 2020 employee engagement poll by Gallop found that 37% of U.S. employees were actively engaged at work, while 14% are actively disengaged. Further, a recent SHRM survey found that more than 40 percent of employees feel drained, exhausted or burned out from work this year.