12 Football Promotions to Kick-off the NFL Season
The NFL season began last week, and, as a huge buffalo chicken dip fan, I am thrilled. While I'm still upset that the Eagles traded LeSean McCoy, rendering my very expensive jersey irrelevant, I am still planning on watching every football game. But no game is complete without the right game-watching essentials.
From drinkware to decorations, football fans are always looking to upgrade their viewing parties and tailgates. And with 80 percent of all households with televisions watching NFL football games, the promotional product possibilities are endless.
So, huddle up and prepare your offense with these football promotional products.
1. Football game
We can all admit it: unless it's the Super Bowl, halftime in a football game is a snooze-fest. Even I choose dishwashing over sitting through half-asleep sports commentators, and I hate washing dishes. Instead, treat end-users to a fun halftime football classic: Fiki Football from LarLu. Let the games begin!
2. Football glass
"A football-viewing party is only as good as its glassware," said Troy Aikman. OK, so I made that up, but it's certainly an important component. Most football games go best with a cool beverage, and it's an easy chance to get your company's branding some decent exposure with football glasses, like the 20 oz. Football Sport Cup from HOWW Manufacturing.
3. Football stress reliever
For those of us that take football a little too seriously (myself included), a football stress reliever can make all the difference. Instead of flipping the coffee table, provide end-users with a less dangerous alternative, like this 5" Football (Large) Stress Reliever from Jetline.
4. Foam football
True story: I attended an LG event to unveil the company's new 4K television screens, and it was the foam football giveaways that were the hit of the party. I still have mine. No doubt end-users would still hold onto this Large Football from Ariel Premium Supply.
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Hannah Abrams is the senior content editor for Promo Marketing. In her free time, she enjoys coming up with excuses to avoid exercise, visiting her hometown in Los Angeles and rallying for Leonardo DiCaprio to win his
first second Academy Award.