4 Pizza Promotions to Bite Into
Living in Philadelphia, the Pope's September visit has been the hot topic (or should I say the only topic). From Papal transit passes to Pope dolls at the airport, Pope-mania is everywhere. And yet, I was still surprised that my weekly pizza came in a Pope-themed pizza box. But, I loved it—out of all the promotional products I've seen surrounding the Pope visit, this was the one that stayed in my mind. So naturally, I started thinking about all the pizza-related promo possibilities, and I decided to share my insights.
1. PIZZA BOXES
The pizza box is the most obvious pizza promotion. If your client's end-users are like me, they'll leave that pizza box as a prominent kitchen display until trash day (don't judge me, Mom). A good gauge for pizza-box success is how long it deters the customer from immediately biting into the actual pizza's cheesy goodness. Extra points for a proper Instagram picture. Give your clients the tools to display their companies' branding with the Pizza Box from Thanks A Dozen.
2. PIZZA CUTTERS
Soon after the invention of the wheel, early humans turned their attention to pizza cutters. That's not true, but it also hasn't been disproven. And today, all households and restaurants need a good pizza cutter. While you can't prevent geometric inequality among the slices, you can ensure end-users can slice with ease. Serve up a slice with the Pizza Cutter with Bottle Opener from WOWLine.
3. PIZZA PEELS
2015 was a dark year in my house—we misplaced the oven mitts, and decided that, as strong, independent women, we would try our luck without them. It didn't go well. Especially troublesome were the frozen pizzas we had to finagle from the oven. It would have been a lot easier with a sleek Pizza Peel from Picnic at Ascot.
4. PIZZA SETS
Sometimes, a pizza box isn't always the best solution. For dine-in or at-home customers, a pizza stone set like the one from The Premium Line brings a level of sophistication to the marvel that is a hot pizza. Easy for serving, slicing and heating, your branding will be on display once the pizza is inevitably eaten.
Hannah Abrams is the senior content editor for Promo Marketing. In her free time, she enjoys coming up with excuses to avoid exercise, visiting her hometown in Los Angeles and rallying for Leonardo DiCaprio to win his
first second Academy Award.