Our Fave 5 Promotional Products of the Week: Finding Humor in Sideburns and Hot Dogs
Hey, your shoelace is untied. Gotcha! Happy April Fool’s Day. Oh, boy. It feels good to laugh. We love when promotional products display a good sense of humor and creative ideas, and there’s no shortage of things like that in this week’s edition of the Fave 5.
1. Cleveland Indians Hot Dog Derby Bobbleheads
3 Indians Hot Dog Derby bobbleheads are released today - details, plus short video of why you should not be cocky on the field @clevelanddotcom @Indians @BobbleheadHall @FOCOusa https://t.co/AkkluMHdVg
— mbona30 (@mbona30) March 26, 2020
We don't know when we will see Major League Baseball action again, so we suspect that the longer that fans have to wait, the hungrier they'll be to cheer for their heroes. Speaking of being hungry, the Cleveland Indians are marking the delay with bobbleheads that celebrate the franchise's Ketchup, Mustard and Onion Hot Dog Derby participants.
2. Joe Mauer’s Sideburns
A pair of Joe's sideburns. pic.twitter.com/nYKX1SV9za
— Rhett Zepper (@rhettzep_10k) March 31, 2020
Speaking of baseball, whoever was in charge of the Minnesota Twins’ promotional schedule in 2012 was a genius. Who wouldn’t want a pair of sideburns just like Joe Mauer's?
3. Crime Junkie Podcast Merch
There’s nothing better than diving into a good podcast while you’re walking the dog or strolling the neighborhood. Crime Junkie Podcast is known for telling true crime stories, and now it has reopened its online merch store. Currently, it’s only open to fan club members, but starting tomorrow, it’ll be open to the public. T-shirts and a hoodie are available, so now fans can wear their own Crime Junkie gear while listening on the go.
4. ‘Mitch Better Have My Money’ T-shirts
RayGun chose to channel its inner Rihanna to ask the federal government (specifically Mitch McConnell) for some help for companies and people in need during the coronavirus pandemic. The good thing about this shirt is that it directly benefits food banks in need.
5. Premier League Coffee Mug
Good morning ☀
— Premier League USA (@PLinUSA) March 26, 2020
Brendan was supposed to go to the NBC Premier League Mornings live event in Philly and watch the broadcast he usually has on while he cooks breakfast every weekend, but that’s not happening. It's tough to stay patient without the things we love, but this mug helps with that.