Our 5 Favorite Promotional Products of the Week: Coasters, Chicken-Scented Firelogs and More
It felt like it rained for a month straight here in Philadelphia, but we managed to get out into the world and find a few promotional products that caught our eyes. Check out this week's edition of our five favorite promotional products.
1. Lamar Jackson's 'The North Is Not Enough' T-shirt
Lamar Jackson comes to media room with a “The north is not enough” T-shirt pic.twitter.com/qOFOKVLSJl
— Bo Smolka (@bsmolka) December 13, 2019
The Baltimore Ravens claimed their 10th straight win last Thursday to win the AFC North crown. Pro Bowl quarterback (and likely league MVP) Lamar Jackson donned this shirt in his post-game press conference to show that he intends to keep the team rolling all the way to Super Bowl LIV.
2. Kevin Devine Coasters
Brendan went to see Brooklyn-based singer/songwriter Kevin Devine here in Philly the other night. To announce an upcoming show in town later this year, he gave out free coasters at the merch table.
3. Oskar Strong T-shirts
— Sam Carchidi (@BroadStBull) December 17, 2019
Oskar Lindblom, a promising young player with the Philadelphia Flyers, was recently diagnosed with Ewing's Sarcoma, a form of bone cancer. In solidarity, his teammates plan to wear "Oskar Strong" T-shirts under their jerseys, and revenue from fan sales of the shirt will assist the Hockey Fights Cancer cause.
4. Arby's Holiday Collection
Arby's has launched it's first-ever holiday shop, and if you're wondering, yes, there is a holiday sweater, and no, it's not sold out (yet). Some Arby's fans were also lucky enough to get their hands on the "All The Meats" wrapping paper, which has a design featuring, well, all the meats.
5. KFC's Chicken-Scented Firelogs
This is really going to spice up Christmas morning 😂https://t.co/fLt97hxX5F
— Peter Osvaldik (@TMobileCFO) December 16, 2019
We're not sure why anyone would want a fire to smell like something other than a fireplace. But, if it's going to smell like anything else, fried chicken isn't a bad option.