Going Green with Spring Cleaning

by nicholmom3 on April 15, 2008

In this economy, companies need to advertise more than ever before to stay competitive and what better way than with promotional items? Today, nearly anything can be branded with a company’s logo to be used for promotional purposes.  These gifts can also be used to foster goodwill or for customer retention. Sometimes referrals or new customers are also given promotional products.  Employee awards, contest prizes, or event promotion are other reasons businesses use these products. Promotional items are also used for candidates and causes.

Schools or charities use promotional items for safety events or sporting events.  Fundraising events and prizes for radio or tv contests are another reason for purchase.  These are just a few reasons to purchase promotional products.

Some things often used as promotional items include hats, keychains, stickers, pens, mugs, or mouse pads.  Most items are relative small and inexpensive but can include higher-end items such as electonics or emergency road kits.  Even brand name products can be used as promotional items.

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Atlanta Maid Service January 26, 2009 at 1:34 pm

We recently changed over to green cleaning. Besides the very expensive HEPA conversion, the rest was a snap. We like the 7th generation products the best. They are easy to locate and can buy in bulk.

Atlanta Maid Service January 26, 2009 at 1:35 pm

We like the 7th generation cleaning products the best. Whole Foods has them so they are easy to keep in stock. You are right about the concentrated advice as well, that is the cost effective way to go.

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