Spring just started, and that means it's time to start selling for summer. Promo Marketing's getting ready for the sun with the best promotional sunglasses around.
Tomorrow is St. Patrick's Day, which means it is time to imprint four-leaf clovers on everything.
As Mark Twain said, "Clothes make the man. Naked people have little or no influence on society." Paris Hilton has proven the second part isn't true, but Twain was still right about the first, so make your mark with a 100 Percent Polyester Wet-Die Tie from Buffalo Bay.
There are three ways for a man to look successful: flying in Air Force One, being Bill Gates, and wearing a tie. Since the first two are a little hard, get the 100% Polyester Woven Custom Tie from Buffalo Bay and at least you'll look like a million bucks.
After a two decade slumber, the fashion accessory most closely aligned with "scary American tourists at the Louvre" has reared its unsightly head again.
Men need to accessorize and they are doing it every day, even if they do not realize it.
While ZZ Top made its bread and butter singing about cheap sunglasses, the same is definitely not true for promotional product professionals. This week we are featuring five pairs of cool shades that will not only make a good impression, but will remain a long-term reminder of a promotion well-done.
Rain coats, hair barrettes and jewelry seem harmless. But Consumer Reports magazine says a series of tests uncovered "worrisome levels" of potentially hazardous metals in such children's products currently on store shelves.
In its October 2010 issue, which hits newsstands Tuesday, the magazine says a metal-and-rhinestone hair barrette, a clover-shaped cell phone charm and a vinyl children's rain coat contained heavy metals.
The news talks about everything endangering our children: toxic toys, fattening fast food, etc. Yet no one addresses the real threat: kids' awful taste in clothing.