Our 5 Favorite Promotional Products of the Week: Sixers Swag, Giant Bags and More
There's nothing like a long weekend to grease the wheels and get the content machine purring again. It also gave us a little bit of extra time to scope out some fun promotional products for this week’s edition of the Fav 5. So, hang onto your hats (especially if they’re promotional), and check out some of this week’s picks.
1. Gigantic Cup Noodle Bag
So, other than the photo here, we can’t actually confirm the existence of these Cup Noodle bags. They’re not available to buy yet, but Nissin shared an image of the enormous bags that come in a little noodle cup pouch, meaning it doesn’t take up too much space at home. This would be great for trips to grocery stores that don’t provide bags.
2. 76ers ‘Phila Unite’ T-shirt and Magnet
Playoff basketball is back, baby! And our local 76ers are real contenders this year. The Sixers have been partnering with local businesses to post videos spotlighting different businesses around the city, and they've distributed these T-shirts and magnets as an incentive to hit up your local coffee shop, bar, restaurant or whatever. Brendan got this shirt when he went to buy a smoothie. Trust the process!
3. ‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood’ Lunch Box and Thermos
“This is my favorite of all my lunchboxes”. This was created during the filming of ONCE UPON A TIME IN HOLLYWOOD. It’s the real deal and made just like an old 1960s lunchbox with metal hardware and thermo included. They were given out to the cast and crew when the movie wrapped. pic.twitter.com/4SBRqtFKv9
— Vintage Los Angeles (@alisonmartino) June 1, 2021
We love when movies tap into their own universe for products. This “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” lunch box and thermos is just like the one Leonardo DiCaprio’s character says he likes, and advertises his fictional TV Western “Bounty Law.”
4. Leave Philly Alone Spring ’21 Shirts
Last year at the height of the pandemic, “Leave Philly Alone” began selling T-shirts to help raise money for businesses struggling without foot traffic. Everything is (mostly) back open, but businesses still need support. The LPA crew just dropped a new batch of designs, with proceeds again going to the small business of the customer’s choice.
5. Philadelphia Union ‘Love Unites’ Warm-Ups
June is Pride Month, and the Philadelphia Union has been rocking these colorful warm-up shirts before games. The rainbow-themed jersey uses the same Union jersey motif underneath, but has a special “Love Unites” message on the back.