Our 5 Favorite Promotional Products of the Week: Bill Murray Golf Shirts and More
All it takes is one rough night of sleep or one day without enough water to realize how important both are for your physical and mental health. We talk a lot about products like sleep masks and reusable water bottles, but we think the government should send one of each to every person in America.
If everyone was running on a solid eight hours with full hydration, the world might be a nicer place.
Until that government-branded sleep/drink kit comes, we’ll have to keep our eyes peeled for other helpful and fun promotional products.
1. Tito’s Vodka x Murray Golf Apparel
Bill Murray, everyone’s favorite fictional assistant greenskeeper, is actually a real-life golfer. William Murray Golf, the brand started by Murray and his brothers, teamed up with Tito’s Vodka for a co-branded apparel line with proceeds going to charity.
2. Huf’s Green Buddy
As recreational cannabis becomes legal in more places, companies need ways to market their products. You’ve probably seen plenty of packaging and labels related to the booming cannabis market, but this little plush guy from apparel company Huf is a new one. There's been plenty of debate about how cannabis companies should be able to market themselves, and a plush doll that appeals to kids might not fly. For now, though, it's pretty charming.
3. Nike SB Jacket
Couldn’t decide which pair of sneakers to wear today? Wear them all with this stylish bomber jacket decorated on the inside in an all-over print pattern.
4. ‘There Will Be Blood’ Coffee Mug
— Mike Schindler (@mumbles3k) April 13, 2021
If you really wanted to channel your inner Daniel-Day Lewis, you could drink a milkshake out of this mug. Sure, it’s not the most practical milkshake vessel, but you could give a little speech while you drink it.
5. 'Hulk' Mountain Dew Can/Car Show Calendar
Here's a cool Hulk Mountain Dew soda can that I own.
I wish I had some more Mountain Dew promo stuff for this movie pic.twitter.com/8sKFNCZQNd
— Hulk Archives (@hulkarchives) April 11, 2021
This can has a lot going on. On the surface, it’s just a good tie-in for the 2003 Eric Bana “Hulk” flick. But, if you keep looking, it also advertises events in Carlisle, Pa., just in case any Central PA Hulk fanatics also happen to love car shows.