Car Magnets are a great way to advertise your business or message without the permanence of adhesive vinyl. Car Magnets are printed on heavy-duty material and ideally suited for car door signage. These glossy magnets can also serve as temporary signage for construction sites or other changing work environments and offer long lasting outdoor use. They come in a variety of sizes and start as low as $14 plus shipping. Get your vehicle or job site logoed today!
We have the unique honor of providing pens for Agape France, a Campus Crusade for Christ ministry. It tickles my heart and blesses me tremendously that these pens will end up in Paris (maybe i should volunteer delivery service?) helping spread the message of Christianity!
We are also fortunate in supporting a young family dedicated to reaching the college youth of Paris who are part of the Agape family. Know that every dollar you spend with Alpha helps us support them and the Kingdom!
One of my favorite promotional products has to be can koozies! They are graphic, affordable and most of all people love them! Here in Minnesota it is boating/camping/cabin season and you can never have enough koozies to keep your favorite beverage cold! They come in a regular size can, taller monster style size and of course zippered bottle holders.
This particular koozie also has a great feature, printing on the bottom. Summer special includes one set up for all three locations and your choice of koozie color and imprint color!
Think outside the box and advertise your message at the lake or cabin today!
The history of the dog tag is an interesting one.
During the American Civil War of 1861–1865, some soldiers pinned paper noteswith their name and home address to the backs of their coats. Other soldiers stenciled identification on their knapsacks or scratched it in the soft lead backing of the army belt buckle.
Manufacturers of identification badges recognized a market and began advertising in periodicals. Their pins were usually shaped to suggest a branch of service and engraved with the soldier’s name and unit. Machine-stamped tags were also made of brass or lead with a hole and usually had (on one side) an eagle or shield and such phrases as “War for the Union” or “Liberty, Union, and Equality”. The other side had the soldier’s name and unit and sometimes a list of battles in which he had participated.
Since then dog tags have become standard military issue and in some arenas a fashion statement. They are a sure fire fun way to promote an event!
Challenge Coins are an American tradition that date back to World War I. The coins originated within the Military as a symbol of the organization that made it become easily recognizable if they were asked to present their coins. The very first unit in the US Military known to have a coin was the oldest Special Forces Unit in the US Army. The coins were and continue to be given out by Military Generals and Commanders as well as all of the other branches of the armed forces such as Army, Marines, Air Force, Coast Guard and the Navy.
The “challenge” comes from making sure that each member of the unit is carrying their coin. The challenger will challenge everyone to slam their coins down on the table and the last one to do so has to buy a round of drinks. However, if everyone produces the coins, the challenger is the one who has to buy the round.
Today, it is not uncommon for Police and Fire departments to distribute challenge coins to increase morale or build spirit within their ranks and departments.
These coins can also be used as collectible or commemorative coins. AA uses coins to designate and celebrate your years of sobriety. Pricing is based on overall design and quantity along with materials chosen and remember they do not have to be round. Shield shaped or state shaped are an option!
The first mass production of metal buttons dates to the 1896 William McKinley campaign for president with “celluloid” buttons with one side of a metal disk covered with paper (printed with the message) and protected by a layer of clear plastic.
Since 1916, buttons have also been produced by lithographing the image directly onto the metal disk. A celluloid-type button is fastened to a garment using a pin on the back side of the button (in recently-produced buttons, the pin generally fits into a safety-pin-style catch). A lithographed button may fasten with a pinback or with a metal tab which folds over a lapel or pocket.
One of the most famous uses of campaign buttons occurred during the 1940 U.S. presidential election, when Wendell Willkie‘s campaign produced millions of lithographed slogan buttons in rapid response to news items about President Franklin D. Roosevelt.
Now that we have a history of buttons, let’s look at what options we have for today!
Buttons come in various shapes and sizes. The company I use is located in the USA (Made in the USA) and does not charge a set up fee which makes these one of the few items in the industry to do so.
If you are thinking that a pin back is the only way to go, think again. Buttons now come with mirrors on the backside (great for ladies), magnetized for fridges and even have a bottle opener on the back! Some other unique options are zipper pulls and key tags.
And if you think round is the only shape, think again! Square, rectangular, oval are all available! With prices starting at just .21, these are an affordable way to help get your name out there!
What a fun giveaway for prom! These super cozy and plush blankets come in a variety of colors and make a great prom giveaway, client gift or holiday present. A great color combo like the black and teal is eye catching and fit with the school colors and their “Old Hollywood” theme. You can also do a picnic style blanket or an all over print either dye sublimated or woven directly into the blanket for a more unique look!