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Playing golf is hard. Fortunately, selling golf is nothing like playing it. You don't need to master any fancy tricks or learn any confusing lingo. All you need is some basic knowledge on popular gear and proven sales strategies. Here are eight tips to get you started.
June 6 marked the 15th anniversary of the premier of Sex and the City—or when television viewers across the country got “carried away.” Celebrate with these promotional-inspired SATC looks.
Entrepreneur Magazine published a list of the six apparel items every businessperson needs in his or her closet. Here are my promotional additions.
Change has a funny way of ending up everywhere you don't want it to be: inside shoes, under car seats, on the sidewalk. Protect your clients from these mishaps with sturdy, logo'd wallets.
On May 17 iPROMOTEu announced that it will be hosting its fourth annual "Boardwalk Bash" during PROMOTIONS EAST 2012 in Atlantic City. The "Boardwalk Bash" will take place on Tuesday evening, June 5th, from 9:00 p.m. until 1:00 a.m. at Gypsy Bar in the Borgata hotel in Atlantic City. The "Boardwalk Bash" is a private event for the promotional products industry only and Gypsy Bar will be closed to the public.
In addition to the fabulous venue, iPROMOTEu has arranged for the high energy rock 'n roll cover band Sub*G to perform.
London Fashion Week showcased sneakers on the runway. Wouldn't a logo really enhance those comfortable and stylish shoes?
Event planning is a field well-suited for promotional product use, but for golf tournaments and events, this is especially so. Not only do you have all the sales opportunities of a regular event, like T-shirts for volunteers and staff, you also have a multitude of golf products available to bear your client’s logo. From clubs and balls to sunscreen and umbrellas, what follows below are a few tips and tricks to picking the right items* for each part of a golf promotion.
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PERHAPS ONLY NASCAR surpasses golf, the grand old game, as king of sponsorships. Cars seem to be held together more by decals than rivets. Blessedly, though, golf approaches sponsorships with a softer touch than racing. Dale Earnhardt (Junior, to most) may turn laps at Bristol Speedway in his Hendrick Motorsports National Guard/Amp Energy Chevy, but Tiger Woods doesn’t tee off from the 18th at Augusta with his Buick-sponsored Nike Driver brought to you by Gillette. When on a golf course or watching a tournament, one would be hard-pressed to find anything not branded, but the brand somehow always yields to the game. For distributors,