Our 5 Favorite Promotional Products of the Week: Beer Can Glasses, 'Die Hard' Kazoos and More
It’s officially fall, which means that most of our neighbors have started hanging up Halloween decorations and all of the local coffee shops are really pushing pumpkin spice. There’s nothing wrong with pumpkin spice, but there are plenty of other autumnal flavors to enjoy. Give it a rest with the pumpkin spice already!
OK, pumpkin-spiced rant over. There are plenty of other things to enjoy about fall, like endlessly raking leaves and colder weather and—oops, there we go being negative again. Let’s bring this back to positivity, shall we? Here are five promotional products we’ve seen over the past week that we loved.
1. Crime and Punishment Beer Can Glasses
Have you ever looked at your pint glass and wished it better reflected the experience of drinking out of a can, but with a more refined vibe? This can-shaped glass from Crime and Punishment, a local Philadelphia brewery, really fits that bill. (Also, their beer is awesome.)
2. ‘Bucks Vote’ T-shirts
— Milwaukee Record (@milwaukeerecord) September 22, 2020
Professional athletes have a lot of influence. It’s always good to see organizations use their platforms for good. In this case, it’s the Milwaukee Bucks encouraging fans to vote in this year’s election through a new T-shirt line.
3. ‘LOST’ Anniversary Merchandise
Were you like Brendan, and you finished the entire series of “LOST” only to wish you hadn’t? Actually, in retrospect, he’s glad he watched it, because he’s now more discerning before he emotionally invests in a TV show. Maybe it’s time to go back and start from the beginning, while sipping coffee from this Dharma Initiative mug. (Don’t worry, there’s plenty more “LOST”-themed fun on the ABC shop.)
4. #eBay25 Promos
— KickFlipThrifts (@KickFlipThrifts) September 18, 2020
eBay is celebrating 25 years of online bartering this year, and sent some sellers and virtual attendees for its anniversary event a gift set that included T-shirts, coupons and more.
5. ‘Die Hard’ Kazoos
— Dan Mazur (@DanMazurComics) September 21, 2020
I mean, why not?