Our Five Favorite Promotional Products of the Week: Tupac 'Pride' T-shirts, Magic 8-Balls and More
Happy official beginning of summer, everyone! Well, happy summer to our friends in the Northern Hemisphere at least. All of you reading from south of the Equator? Sorry about it being winter, but you had your turn. It’s time for us to enjoy all of the swimming pools, baseball games and barbecues.
It’s pretty unfair that June, being one of the best months of the year, only has 30 days. Why can’t we shave a day or two off of January? That seems like a totally reasonable thing to do, right?
Speaking of limitations, it was hard to select only five promotional products this week, but we are nothing without our integrity. So, please enjoy this week’s batch of fun promotional products!
1. Tupac Pride T-shirt
This month would have been Tupac Shakur’s 50th birthday. To commemorate the late hip-hop legend, as well as Pride Month, his estate released some official pride-themed merchandise, with proceeds going to charity.
2. ‘The Last of Us Part II’ Anniversary Merchandise
— PlayStation (@PlayStation) June 18, 2021
‘The Last of Us Part II’ was one of the most anticipated video games of 2020. PlayStation is still riding that hype wave by releasing a one-year anniversary collection, including apparel, accessories and even vinyl records.
3. Magic 8-Ball
You probably shouldn’t turn to a magic 8-ball for legitimate consultations. But, that makes for an ironic and tongue-in-cheek idea for the professionals, like this branded magic 8-ball.
4. ‘Jurassic World’ Doritos
— Movie Promotional Merch Unlimited (@NightPromoting) December 6, 2020
“Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom” was … let’s just say it didn’t live up to its dino-sized expectations for some of us. Thankfully, Doritos picked up some of the slack by releasing enormous chips housed in dino eggs. If only a script for a better movie was in there, too.
5. Pabst x Huf Outdoor Kit
With stadiums open and parties happening again, this cooler and grill combo is a necessity, especially for people in cities with limited space. Pabst’s co-branding with apparel brand Huf also makes it a stylish choice.