Editor's Picks: Bring Your "A" Game
Give me a P! Give me an M! What's that spell? Uh... OK, that doesn't spell anything.
So we may not know anything about cheerleading, but Promo Marketing does know a thing or two about being a fan. From football jerseys to track jackets, college team pajama pants to basketball shorts, fan and sports apparel is a huge part of the promotional products market. The athetlics market is huge, and with the year-round spread of professional, college and high school sports, the opportunity is equally enormous.
Whether you're repping a sports team, or just rocking a sports theme, check out some of the promotional products below, and check out Promo Marketing's Search for more fan apparel.
Make The Cut (Or At Least Pretend You Did)
A high school favorite, varsity jackets are now in fashion for every demographic. Cullinz Creek's Varsity Black Lettermen Jacket is a more modern take on the classic style, with a warm wool body and leather sleeves all in black. Also available in ladies' and youth sizes, the jackets keep the traditional varsity look while adding contemporary conveniences like cell phone pockets and stitch-free lining.
Perfect for Making Majestically Bad Calls
Don't hate the player, hate the ref. The Majestic V-Neck Referee Jersey from One Stop Inc. is a 100 percent polyester warp knit top that will fit in to any sports promotion while standing out. It's features include a V-neck, lanyard lock, an athletic cut and the ability to immediately inspire hate in sports fans everywhere.
Ahead of the Game
Going to games is a ton of fun. Getting hypothermia is not. Enjoy a game in the cool December weather while still enjoying your good health with the Deluxe Cuff Heavyweight Knit Cap from Wisconsin Knitwear. The hats can have one or two lines of copy as well as custom logos, and the poms on top are optional (if you considering "being awesome" optional).
Kyle A. Richardson is the editorial director of Promo Marketing. He joined the company in 2006 brings more than a decade of publishing, marketing and media experience to the magazine. If you see him, buy him a drink.