Our Fave 5 Promotional Products of the Week: Chicago Bulls Guitars, Giant Turf Men and More
Happy Earth Day, everybody! Whether you get outside today or not (it’s pretty chilly in Philly today), it’s a time to enjoy the gifts of nature all around us. The trees are blooming, the birds are chirping and some of us are lucky enough to be able to smell fresh cut grass on the back lawn.
We’re not just taking time to smell the roses today, though. We’re also taking time to enjoy some awesome promotional products from all over the Earth. That counts as an Earth Day celebration, right?
1. Chicago Bulls NorthEnder Guitar
ESPN’s ”The Last Dance" documentary has returned the Chicago Bulls to the national sports spotlight through its well-received look at the team's 1997-98 championship season. That's meant more publicity for merch related to the franchise's glory days, including this NorthEnder guitar that we could see Dennis Rodman shredding on.
2. Leave Philly Alone T-shirts
Our restaurants and other small businesses are empty here in Philly, but there are still plenty of ways to support them. This T-shirt line gives customers the chance to select which local business they’d like to send $10 of their purchase. It also captures the general vibe of Philly pretty well, to be honest.
3. Mr. Pitch
Mr. Pitch, a walking chunk of turf, is Japan’s J. League soccer mascot. pic.twitter.com/qSjd34lsUq
— Mondo Mascots (@mondomascots) April 19, 2020
In an age where sports mascots have become more colorful, gotten more googly eyes and shoot innocent people with T-shirt cannons, we appreciate the elegant simplicity of Mr. Pitch. Without the pitch, there is no soccer. Thank you, Mr. Pitch.
4. Aquabats Superhero Tee
🚨NEW MERCH!🚨 Fresh spring redesigns! A black tee w/Lil Bat and a Floating Eye era Aquabats logo, Lil Bat zip-up hoodie, a stylish dad hat to hide your quarantine cut, and a long sleeve rashguard tee (get that iconic superhero look without the spandex)! https://t.co/ASn6bE6AtL pic.twitter.com/zwwTlmQX9g
— The Aquabats (@TheAquabats) April 22, 2020
Could 2020 yield a ska renaissance? Probably not. But, in case it does, you can get this blue Aquabats T-shirt modeled after the band's superhero-esque uniforms.
5. Bundesliga Face Masks
🇩🇪🦠😷 German Bundesliga Clubs Release Safety Masks With Team Designs: https://t.co/cKVal8ZEah
— Footy Headlines (@Footy_Headlines) April 21, 2020
There’s a chance European soccer leagues finish their seasons behind closed doors once lockdown regulations ease up in the coming weeks and months. Fans might not be able to show their colors in the stadiums, but they can show them on the streets (safely)!