Food brings people together. From preschool snack times to family dinners to weekly taco truck visits with colleagues, it serves as the centerpiece of most day-to-day activities—helping to create new memories, new favorites and plenty of Instagram pictures.
From luggage tags and plastic key cards to spa gifts and edible treats, the options for travel promotions are endless. For those feeling overwhelmed, we asked a few suppliers to break down their favorite travel products.
Versatile, fun and indulgent, done right chocolate can solve a number of marketing problems like little else in the industry. Here are six distinctive ways to make the most of chocolate promotions.
WELCOME TO THE big show. That's right. You might want a front-row seat for this.
Like the rest of the population, we here at Promo Marketing love our chocolate. Sure, some of our consumption is "research," but really, when that three o'clock slump hits—nothing pacifies the staff quite like a little bit of the sweet stuff.
Pat Knoll of Brown and Bigelow’s Ft. Lauderdale office was the winner of a trip for two to Chocolate Chocolate’s new 60,000-sq. ft. manufacturing plant in Washington State. To launch the opening of the new facility, Chocolate Chocolate held a contest open to distributors who placed orders between May 1 and Aug. 1, 2006. Knoll and her husband Dick were flown to Northwest Washington for a three-night stay at a luxury seaside hotel. They were treated to a Pacific coastal island tour aboard a private plane, flown by factory owner Jeff Robinson. As part of the tour, the couple had the opportunity to design