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Planning ahead for elections means finding products that can withstand wear and tear as buttons get daily use and yard signs stay posted from candidacy announcement to voting day. Promo Marketing reached out to two politically savvy promotional suppliers for more information on finding election products that last.
Interested in improving your sales to political campaigns? Then read on for some quick pointers on making the absolute most of some of the most popular election items.
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Over the course of the last year, yes, we’ve done the work for you. We made the phone calls, tracked down the information and basically annoyed anyone in our collective path—all in the name of quality editorial coverage.
IT’S NEARLY IMPOSSIBLE to prepare an article on badges and buttons without at least one reference to flair. Yes, “flair”—a term made famous by the 1991 cult comedy, Office Space. In the movie, Jennifer Aniston plays a long-suffering waitress who gets chided by her boss for not adorning her T.G.I. Friday’s-esque suspenders with enough buttons, or flair. As he explained: “They come to Chotchkie’s for the atmosphere and the attitude. OK? That’s what the flair’s about. It’s about fun.” And with that, flair’s place in the cultural lexicon was secured. Cut to 2008. With nary a be-buttoned suspender to be found, can a