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Holiday Greeting On Target

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seed-paper-cardsIn this day of electronic everything, a trip to the mailbox may offer little more than bills and fliers addressed to: “current resident.” Greeting cards are the brilliant exception, as recipients celebrate the personal opportunity to open a beautiful, heartfelt, customized 3-D greeting to hold and prominently display.

According to the Greeting Card Association, the tradition of sending greeting cards can be traced back to the ancient Chinese, who exchanged messages of goodwill to celebrate the New Year, and to the early Egyptians, who conveyed their greetings on papyrus scrolls. By the early 15th century, handmade paper greeting cards were being exchanged in Europe.Envelope with blank message card

History of Greeting Cards:

  • By the early 1400s, handmade paper greeting cards were being exchanged in Europe.
  • The Germans are known to have printed New Year’s greetings from woodcuts as early as 1400.
  • Handmade paper Valentines were exchanged in various parts of Europe in the early to mid-1400s.
  • With the introduction of the postage stamp in the 1840s as well as advances in printing and mechanization, cards emerged from an expensive, handmade and hand-delivered gift to a popular, affordable means of personal communication.
  • The first known published Christmas card appeared in London in 1843, when Sir Henry Cole hired an artist to design a holiday card that he could send to his friends and acquaintances. Demand for similar cards grew, so Cole began selling them for one shilling each.White envelope on wooden background with pine cones and Christmas gift
  • As printing methods improved, Christmas cards became much more popular and were produced in large numbers from about 1860.Prensa Litografica
  • The first to bring greeting cards to America was a German immigrant named Louis Prang, whose Boston-based lithograph business succeeded, in part, because he expertly produced cards featuring the reproduction of famous paintings. In 1875, he introduced the first complete line of mass-produced Christmas cards to the American public.
  • In the early 1930s, American publishers adopted the use of color lithography, which propelled expansion of the U.S. greeting card industry.
  • During World War II, the industry rallied for the war effort, helping the government sell war bonds and providing cards for soldiers overseas.
  • By the 1950s, a long card with a short punch line (aka the studio card) firmly established the popularity of humor in American greeting cards.

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Today, holiday greeting cards are the perfect way to stand out in your customers’ and employees hearts, minds and mailboxes. Ordering your company’s greeting cards from On Target Promotions is as easy as creating the electronic equivalent, which may end up in a spam folder or quickly forgotten even if it is clicked and read.

seed-paper-card-tooOur clients enjoy a wide variety of greeting card styles from which to choose. Our favorite is the eco-friendly seeded greeting card. The card comes with an ornament to hang on the tree during the holidays and then, when the tree is tossed into the trash or boxed away, can be planted. The resulting wildflowers will thrill your clients not just during the holidays but throughout the New Year. What a great value –  an eco-friendly card, ornament, and a flowering plant all in one! Check out the Eco-Friendly cards for yourself.

OnTarget Promotions is a national promotional products agency based in Riverside, California. We help clients use promotional products along with other media to design and secure quality promotional programs that meet their goals and exceed their expectations. Since we believe nothing is a greater reflection of success than a repeat customer, everything we do is designed with our customer in mind. Your focus is our goal. Call (951) 682-8427 or email us to start your project today.

Breast Cancer Awareness On Target

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breast cancer awareness designThroughout October, most Americans are “in the pink” thanks to the annual month-long Breast Cancer Awareness campaign. Developed in 1985 to increase awareness about the disease and raise funds for treatment and research, the observance is one of the most successful of its kind…with pink products popping up on everything from pens and paper cups to perfume and Porsches.

Over the past 31 years, major breast cancer organizations have raised billions of dollars for the disease which will effect one in eight women in the United States. Further statistics shed light on the reason so much attention is given to the disease:

  • In 2016, an estimated 246,660 new cases of invasive breast cancer are expected to be diagnosed in women in the U.S., along with 61,000 new cases of non-invasive (in situ) breast cancer.
  • About 2,600 new cases of invasive breast cancer are expected to be diagnosed in men in 2016.
  • A man’s lifetime risk of breast cancer is about 1 in 1,000.
  • For women in the U.S., breast cancer death rates are higher than those for any other cancer, besides lung cancer.
  • Besides skin cancer, breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer among American women.
  • In 2016, there are more than 2.8 million women with a history of breast cancer in the U.S. This includes women currently being treated and women who have finished treatment.
  • A woman’s risk of breast cancer approximately doubles if she has a first-degree relative (mother, sister, daughter) who has been diagnosed with breast cancer.
  • About 5-10% of breast cancers can be linked to gene mutations (abnormal changes) inherited from one’s mother or father.
  • The most significant risk factors for breast cancer are gender (being a woman) and age (growing older).Breast Cancer Awareness Ribbon Background. Vector illustration

Breast Cancer Advocacy

While efforts to increase awareness of breast cancer can be traced back to 1913, ongoing organized campaigns to increase breast cancer awareness did not exist until the mid-1970s, when advocacy groups began to disseminate information about treatment options and to provide counseling services. The announcement that Betty Ford, the wife of then U.S. President Gerald Ford, had undergone breast cancer surgery in September of 1974 is credited with increasing public awareness of breast cancer and comfort with public discussions about the disease.

History of the Pink Ribbon

breast cancer emblemIn the early 1990s, a 68-year-old named Charlotte Haley began making peach ribbons by hand in her home because her daughter, sister, and grandmother had breast cancer. She distributed thousands of ribbons at supermarkets with cards that read: “The National Cancer Institute annual budget is $1.8 billion, only 5 percent goes for cancer prevention. Help us wake up our legislators and America by wearing this ribbon.”

As word spread, executives from Estée Lauder and Self magazine asked Haley for permission to use her ribbon. She refused, saying the companies were too commercial. But Self was determined to use the ribbon idea. So editors consulted with lawyers and were advised to choose another color. They opted for pink, because it is “soothing, comforting, and healing” — everything breast cancer is not. Soon Charlotte Haley’s grassroots peach ribbon was history, and the pink ribbon became the worldwide symbol for breast cancer.

Today, retailers, non-profit organizations and the general public use pink ribbons on products to promote events like concerts, wine tastings, bowling or golf tournaments, online sponsorships, marathons, triathlons and bike races…to name a few. Don’t pass up the opportunity to pick up some pink swag for your Breast Cancer Awareness event. There is still time to order if you act fast. If you can think it, we can pink it.

2nd-base-seed-bookPretty in Pink

  • Aprons
  • Bookmarks
  • Brushes and combs
  • Buttons
  • Calendars
  • Candles
  • Caps and Visors
  • Christmas ornaments
  • Compact mirrorsskpinkd
  • Coolers
  • Cosmetic bags
  • Dog tags
  • Drawstring backpacks
  • Fanny packs
  • Golf towels
  • Gum
  • Headbands
  • Keychains
  • Lanyards
  • Lip balm
  • Magnifiers
  • Manicure sets
  • Mints
  • Mugs
  • Nail files
  • Notebookscheck-you-bump
  • Pensbreast-cancer-pen
  • Robes
  • Rubber bracelets
  • Rubber gloves
  • Scarves
  • Socks
  • Styluses
  • Sunglasses
  • T-shirts
  • Teddy bears
  • Tool kits
  • Tote bags
  • Tumblers
  • Umbrellabreast-cancer-bracelet

Several On Target Promotion clients offer Breast Cancer-related merchandise, such as the Breast Cancer bracelet, which their employees can purchase. The proceeds raised go to their local Breast Cancer Awareness Charity. Other clients support local walks and fund raisers by donating logo-imprinted merchandise for participants. It’s a great way to raise awareness for the community and also to position their brand with a great cause.

On Target Promotions is a national promotional products agency based in Riverside, California. We help clients use promotional products along with other media to design and secure quality promotional programs that meet their goals and exceed their expectations. Since we believe nothing is a greater reflection of success than a repeat customer, everything we do is designed with our customer in mind. Your focus is our goal. For more ideas for your company  call (951) 682-8427 or email us to start your project today.

Golfing On Target

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Golf Tournament StampIn the United States, golf means more than just a tiny white ball rolling across a massive green. The activity is routinely used to entertain business clients, incentivizes sales, and provide a comfortable, classic setting for company picnics, product launches and charitable events.

Since people of virtually every fitness level can participate, golf tournaments provide the perfect backdrop for everything from casual conversation to fierce competition. And with 24.1 million self-proclaimed “golfers” in the U.S. and some 800,000 tournaments held each year, the events appeal as much to small non-profit organizations as multi-national corporations.

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One of the reasons golf tournaments are so popular among players is because they appeal to golfers of all levels. Beginners have just as much chance at claiming victory as seasoned professionals, since foursomes are specifically assembled to evenly distribute talent.

Here are a few short golf tournament success stories:

  • Conceived to raise funds for teaching the deaf, The HEAR Center Annual Golf Tournament has been the mainstay of the center’s fundraising efforts for 33 years, raising $750,000 during that time.
  • The Southern California grief support group, New Hope, exceeded their goal with their first golf tournament, Fore Hope, collecting $30,000 through tournament registrations, a silent auction and sponsorships.
  • The Fidelco Fall Classic is an annual charity golf tournament that benefits a New England guide-dog school. The three-year-old event is a significant revenue generator for the foundation, having raised $12,000 its first year and $20,000 the second. The event is sponsored by Stanley Corp., makers of Stanley tools, a partnership that has connected the foundation to a host of other companies.

Flat lay golf groupageIn addition to team-building and fundraising, tournaments are a great way for non-profit directors and entrepreneurs to brand — not just with on-site signage but also through personalized prizes and participant swag. Whether you choose to distribute gifts on the golf course during registration, immediately following game play, inside the clubhouse following the tournament, or as the highlight of a follow-up banquet, there are lots of great ways to promote your brand:

On-Site Promotional Ideas

  • Banners
  • Cart sheets
  • Fliers
  • Hole assignmentsGolfball on green with red flag.
  • Pens and Notepads
  • Personalized Pop-up tents
  • Scorecards
  • Signs
  • Tournament rules
  • Wrist bands

Participant Gift Ideas

  • Backpacks and fanny packs
  • Ball markers
  • Bottle openers
  • Can holders
  • Carabiners
  • Club brushes and cleaners
  • Club covers
  • Colorful socks
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  • Ditty bags
  • Divet tools
  • Glassware
  • Golf bag tags
  • Golf ball cleaners
  • Golf ball shaped lip balm
  • Golf ball shaped treat containers
  • Golf balls
  • Golf gloves
  • Golf towels
  • Golf umbrellas
  • Hat clips
  • Hats and visorsghcht-group
  • Keychains
  • Mugs
  • Notepads
  • Pens and pencils
  • Personal fans
  • Picture frames
  • Putting cups
  • Shoe bags
  • Sun block
  • T-shirt, Polo or sweater
  • Tees
  • Tumblers

Personalized Golf Tournament Prize Ideas

  • Golf-kit-sggkGift Certificates to the pro shop
  • Golf bag
  • Golf equipment, such as a bag or a driver
  • Set of Clubs
  • Trophies, plaques, crystal bowls or decanters bearing the name and logo of your organization and the date of the tournament
  • Watches

 

Collegiate Case Studies

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The Goal Line Football Club at a Division I college holds an annual golf tournament to raise money for non-school funded items. This year, with the funds raised, they were able to upgrade the equipment room and fund a new video-editing machine. Local companies sponsored the events and co-branded with the university on golf balls, golf bags and other golf related products.

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A Division III College holds an annual golf tournament and fundraiser to raise money for their general scholarship fund. In addition to co-branding with the university on golf products, local companies also donated premium gifts for tee prizes and a silent auction.

On Target Promotions is a national promotional products agency based in Riverside, California. We help clients use promotional products along with other media to design and secure quality promotional programs that meet their goals and exceed their expectations. Since we believe nothing is a greater reflection of success than a repeat customer, everything we do is designed with our customer in mind. Your focus is our goal. Call (951) 682-8427 or email us to order golf-related (or any other) promotional items.

On Target with Food

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young woman preparing food and looking at tabletAccording to Neilsen Ratings and U.S. Census figures, in 2013, Food Network claimed an estimated 99 million viewers (which represents a whopping 75% of Television Market Share).  Since that time, ratings have slipped by some 20 percent, leaving one Forbes writer to question whether the network remains relevant. We won’t leave you in suspense: it does!

Consider the following:

  • Food Network ranks first among all cable networks, with a demographic that is inclined to purchase what is being advertised on the network.
  • The network consistently ranks in the Top 15 in total viewership and is considered a Top 10 upscale cable network.
  • com is the number one food brand across all digital platforms.
  • 13 million people are connected to Food Network through social media.
  • 31% of the viewers of Food Network have graduated with at least a four-year degree from a university or college.
  • The average household income of a Food Network viewer is $80,331.
  • 17% of those who watch Food Network are employed in a white collar profession or hold a managerial position.
  • About five million people who watch Food Network will visit the network’s website at least once over the course of a month.

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While the debate about the network continues, suffice it to say that whether or not we watch the cable network devoted to it, Americans are obsessed with food. When we aren’t cooking or eating it, we are busy reading recipes, snapping and sharing pics of it, shopping for gadgets and gourmet ingredients so we can prepare it, or making reservations. So a great way to appeal to your customer base is to take make the most of the craze by ordering trendy food-related promotional products. Whether you decide to go with something edible or trendy tools of the trade, here are a few ideas to get you started:Hand drawn set of kitchen utensils on a chalkboard.

  • Bamboo or Wooden spoonsfood set
  • BBQ sets
  • Bottle bags
  • Bottle openers
  • Bottle stoppers
  • Canvas grocery totes
  • Coasters
  • Cookie cutters
  • Cutting boards
  • Egg slicers
  • Farmer’s Market mesh bags
  • Graters
  • Herb gardens
  • Ice cube trays
  • Jar openers
  • Measuring spoons and cups
  • Mugs
  • Oven mitts
  • bbq setPizza cutters
  • Pizza, Pasta and Pie servers
  • Plates
  • Portable lunch containers
  • Salt & Pepper shakers
  • Sandwich bags
  • Spatulas
  • Spice jars
  • Spoon rests
  • Storage containers
  • Tea infusers
  • Timers
  • Tongs
  • Trivets
  • Tumblers
  • Vegetable peelers

Case Study in Point

Personalized, flexible cutting boards worked well for a healthcare clinic.
Personalized, flexible cutting boards worked well for a healthcare clinic.

Objective:

A regional healthcare facility dedicated to increasing patients healthy lifestyles was looking for the perfect item to give all of their clients which would not only improve the clinics brand awareness but would also be used on a daily basis to assist in developing a healthy diet.

Strategy:
Price point was critical as there was a ‘high perceived value.’ In addition, compliance with federal regulations was a must. They were presented with several options but soon determined the Flexible Cutting Board was the perfect answer to their brand strategy.

Results:

The results of the promotion were greater than expected. Clients welcomed the Flexible Cutting Board and began using it in conjunction with the nutritional counseling they received from the clinic. While eating healthy soon became the ‘standard’ among their patients, a subsequent reduction in cholesterol, blood lipids and weight loss followed. The clinic was so pleased with the results, they routinely order other “houseware” items as complimentary marketing pieces.

On Target Promotions is a national promotional products agency based in Riverside, California. We help clients use promotional products along with other media to design and secure quality promotional programs that meet their goals and exceed their expectations. Since we believe nothing is a greater reflection of success than a repeat customer, everything we do is designed with our customer in mind. Your focus is our goal. Call (951) 682-8427 or email us to start your project today.

Home & Garden On Target

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diy imageAmericans have been bitten by the home improvement bug…and it is big! In fact, networks that feature programming about fixing up, flipping, buying and selling houses (such as those which appear on DIY and HGTV) are some of the most watched programs on television today.

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Considered a ratings powerhouse among primetime viewers ages 25-54, HGTV boasts record-breaking numbers of viewers for shows such as: Fixer Upper, Ellen’s Design Challenge, Brother vs. Brother, Flip or Flop, House Hunters, and Beachfront Bargain Hunt.

Also, according to HGTV, an average 9.4 million viewers tune in to the network during primetime each week, spending 85 minutes per week watching HGTV programs. What’s more, home improvement pins are among the most clicked posts on Pinterest boards, Facebook status reports and Twitter feeds.

And our obsession with home improvement doesn’t stop at screen time. According to a recent report by CNBC, rising home turnover and price appreciation, along with job and wage growth, are driving demand and sales growth at the nation’s two largest DIY retailers – Home Depot and Lowe’s. In total, Americans are said to have spent some $150 billion on home improvement projects in 2013…the most recent data tracked by the National Association of Home Builders. To capitalize on the trend, hardware and home improvement retailers are providing interactive merchandise displays and kiosks, POP signage, in-store workshops, product demos, and online resources designed to build brand loyalty. garden tool set

So what does all of this mean for business owners and non-profit directors? The majority of your clients will likely participate in some sort of home improvement project this year…from simple repairs to major remodels. Promotional products that appeal to home improvement hobbyists are a great way to reinforce your organization’s brand.

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Here are a few ideas of products that naturally lend themselves to promotional personalization:

 

  • Flashlights
  • Gardening Tools
  • Hammers
  • Knee Savers
  • Levels
  • Journal Books
  • Paint Sticks
  • Carpenter Pencilstools-image
  • Yard/Measuring Sticks
  • Safety Glasses
  • Scissors
  • Screwdrivers
  • Shovels
  • Stress Relievers in the shape of construction hats, hammers, bulldozers…you name it!
  • Tape Measures
  • Tool Kits
  • Work Buckets

pocket screwdriver kitSaving water during the California drought has become a must. Several On Target Promotion’s water district clients have successfully used home improvement gifts to encourage their clients to make needed repairs and save water. These range from buckets to collect shower water and screwdrivers to make sprinkler repairs to low water use nozzles and shower heads.

On Target Promotions is a national promotional products agency based in Riverside, California. We help clients use promotional products along with other media to design and secure quality promotional programs that meet their goals and exceed their expectations. Since we believe nothing is a greater reflection of success than a repeat customer, everything we do is designed with our customer in mind. Your focus is our goal. For your Free Guide to the  Top  10 Hottest Home Improvement Gifts, call (951) 682-8427 or email us to start your project today.

Pets OnTarget

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Puppy and kitten and guinea pigFew would argue that Americans love pets. According to the ASPCA, 42 percent of every American household includes a dog and 34 percent have a cat. In total, 75 million dogs and 83 million cats are owned in the United States. For their part, the American Veterinary Association (AVMA) reports that American’s love affair with animals does not end with dogs and cats. Other popular companion pets include birds, fish, ferrets, rabbits, hamsters, guinea pigs, gerbils, turtles, snakes, and lizards…to name a few.

And people love spending money on their four-legged, furry friends. According to an article in Time, Americans spend a total 60 billion dollars a year on pet-related products. And the American Pet Products Association (APPA) reports that, in 2015, Americans purchased:

  • $2.19 billion on live animal purchasesYorkshire terrier dog taking a bath
  • $23.04 billion on pet food
  • $14.39 billion on supplies/OTC medicine
  • $15.73 billion on vet care
  • $5.24 billion on services such as grooming and boarding

doggie play pack_lrWhat’s more:

  • Americans routinely give birthday presents to their pets.
  • Each fall, people purchase one third as many Halloween costumes for pets as they do for children.
  • People spend five billion dollars a year on holiday gifts for their pets.

Most psychologists and animal lovers agree that pets enrich our lives, alleviate stress and provide unconditional companionship.

As an entrepreneur or non-profit director, this trend is noteworthy because it showcases just how perfect promotional pet products could be for reinforcing your organization’s brand…whether or not your product or service has anything to do with pets! After all, your clients and prospects are three-dimensional people with lots of interests outside of their day jobs. So why not provide them with something pet-related that will make them smile? dog bones package

OnTarget Promotions’ Shopping Center clients have a special pet happy hour that draws a crowd to their bars and restaurants. Their shoppers enjoy the promotional gifts their pets receive. These promotional gifts are very “retail looking;” such as their Yappy Hour dog treats. What puppy doesn’t appreciate dog bones, and what owner doesn’t want their puppy to be happy?

Pet-Related Trends  

  • Raised pet bowls. Why should your dog or cat have to stoop for his or her meal? Bowls in virtually every size, style and color are popping up on props.3745
  • Portable canine backpacks. People are starting to bring their four-legged family members with them wherever they go. While many walk under their own power, others arrive in stylish bags or carried on their owners’ backs.
  • Pet-friendly hotels and restaurants, many of which offer special menus, baskets, toys and disposable bowls.
  • Eco-friendly products such as “green” waste pails, boiled-wool toys, bamboo pet wipes and recycled fleece mats.

OnTarget Promotions is a national promotional products agency based in Riverside, California. We help clients use promotional products along with other media to design and secure quality promotional programs that meet their goals and exceed their expectations. Since we believe nothing is a greater reflection of success than a repeat customer, everything we do is designed with our customer in mind. Your focus is our goal. For a free guide to pet promotions, call (951) 682-8427 or email us to start your project today.

Tech OnTarget

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Internet of things vector graphic icons setThe Internet of Things (IoT) is a hot tech topic these days. Defined as a system with the ability to transfer data over a network without requiring human-to-human or human-to-computer interaction, IoT is just the tip of the iceberg relative to the way that technology has begun to impact our everyday lives.

Consider Wi-Fi, alone, which has changed the way we work, play, and even raise our kids. Today’s homes and offices would be unrecognizable to workers of the past thanks to Wi-Fi-reliant innovations such as email, video conferencing, laptop and tablet computers and other relatively recent innovations. Meanwhile, more and more of our personal time is influenced by our gadgets. In fact, for better or for worse, as a culture, we are finding it difficult to unplug.

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Here are 10 examples of how heavily we already rely on tech:

  1. 3-D Printing
  2. E-Books
  3. Global Positioning System (GPS)
  4. Interactive Calendars
  5. Mobile Banking
  6. Smart Phones, Laptops, Tablets & Desktop Computers
  7. Streaming Music and Video Subscriptions & Bluetooth Speakers
  8. Talking Tech (Google Maps, Siri and Cortana, Amazon Echo)
  9. Virtual Reality Gaming
  10. Wearable Health & Fitness Monitors

As anyone who has ever seen a science fiction movie can attest, the future promises more of the same. So, since technology isn’t going anywhere, a great way for business owners to promote their brands is with tech swag. After all – brand recognition is most effective when applied to something that customers and prospects use every day.

Business owners can choose imprinted tech gadgets for promotional giveaways, corporate swag, or even internal branding – all with options to fit virtually any budget.

speaker image (1)Here are just a few ideas of customizable items to consider:

  • Bluetooth speakers
  • Cellphone Cases
  • Cellphone Power Banks and Chargers
  • Cellphone Stands
  • Computer Cases
  • Computer Travel Kits
  • Cord Decals
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  • Digital Photo Frames
  • Fitness tracker bracelets and watches
  • Flexible, Wireless Keyboards
  • Gadget Grips
  • iPad sleeves
  • Keyboard Cleaner
  • Laser Pointers
  • Media Charging Stations
  • Media Stands
  • Mice (The electronic variety)
  • Microfiber Cleaning Cloths
  • Mouse Pads
  • Retractable Charging Cables
  • Stylus Pens
  • Selfie Sticks

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Another way to catch the tech wave is by offering premiums to those who are using augmented reality games such as Pokémon Go.  The app’s growing ubiquity has clicked with business owners, who see it as a way to lure customers and build connections. A Culver City, California, ice cream shop. Coolhaus, launched a promotion offering a free cookie to customers who showed them a picture of a Pokémon caught at their location. Even business owners without nearby Poké Stops are also finding ways to take advantage of the Pokémon craze. Smoketown Helicopters in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, is advertising Pokémon Tours to help players catch Pokémon from the air.

Here are just a few ideas to consider as an incentive to players who show a picture of a Pokémon caught inside their location:

  • Free Earbuds
  • Free Flash drive (Load it with a special offer from your store.)
  • Free Touchscreen Gloves
  • Free Car Charger

OnTarget Promotions is a national promotional products agency based in Riverside, California. We help clients use promotional products along with other media to design and secure quality promotional programs that meet their goals and exceed their expectations. Since we believe nothing is a greater reflection of success than a repeat customer, everything we do is designed with our customer in mind. Your focus is our goal. Call (951) 682-8427 or email us to start your project today.