3 Great Promotional Products for Mother's Day
Mother's Day will be here before you know it. In case you're stuck on ideas for products, here are three mighty and mom-worthy product suggestions, pulled from the all-knowing and endless brunch buffet that is Promo Marketing search.
1. Cabana Bay Robe in a Basket from Towel Specialties
Here's a science fact for you: Moms love getting new bathrobes. It's literally a proven truth, as empirically real as gravity or how dads loving getting gifts of weirdly specific, narrowly useful tools. ("A French-style reverse hammer? Great! I can finally fix the under-screws of your mother's antique French mock-phonograph machine that we've been storing in the attic for the last 20 years!"). Great as a raffle gift, door prize, or even as a mailer item. (Soft and light = good for mailing.)
Flowers wilt, cookies get eaten, but bracelets? They're a gift with longevity. Plus, by picking a charm bracelet as opposed to a standard tennis bracelet or whatever, you get way more decoration space for personalized, mom-praising messaging. ("I love you," "Happy Mother's Day," "Sorry about that time when I was 15 and I crashed dad's car through the front of our living room, drunk on wine coolers and crying about junior prom." You know, all the classics!")
Not a good gift for mothers, sure. But it's a great one for any event where a crowd of people might be invited to honor mothers, say a large outdoor Mother's day brunch or something else where there'll be a lot of young kids/tattoo-enthusiasts. (Boy Scout's Annual Mother's Day Picnic, Biker Roy's Diesel Chopperfest for Mama, etc.)
That's it for this week guys! Thanks for reading, and see you all next week!
MONDAY MIKE FACT: If you haven't seen Patton Oswalt's mock-pitch for a new Star Wars Movie from Parks and Rec, it's amazing and you need to watch it: