My 5 Favorite Promos of the Week: Dodgers, Charity Tees and More
What a week it's been for promotional merchandise! From sports giveaways to charity tees, I've been taking note of a ton of eye-catching promos that I just have to share.
Keep reading for my five picks.
1. Dodgers Rally Towels
Wave ‘em. #LADetermined pic.twitter.com/Vfq0IsPyC4
— Los Angeles Dodgers (@Dodgers) October 17, 2018
Yes, as a native Californian I'm 100 percent biased here, but I love a good rally towel. (Go Dodgers.)
2. Kathleen Hanna's Tees4Togo
Admittedly, I'm a big Kathleen Hanna fan, so I'm totally fangirling over this T-shirt line for charity. A portion of the proceeds goes toward the Peace Sisters nonprofit, which sends young girls to school in the West African nation of Togo.
3. Abercrombie Kids Anti-Bullying Tee
Kindness for everybody! ❤️ The Choose Kind tee is made in partnership with Omaze to support PACER's National Bullying Prevention Center.
Shop the Choose Kind Tee: https://t.co/UjsZGHTulx pic.twitter.com/Ll4cwcH92y
— abercrombie kids (@abercrombiekids) October 11, 2018
Abercrombie Kids teamed up with Omaze to launch these anti-bullying T-shirts, and I love the idea of spreading this message to the future generations.
4. LACMA's Alexander Calder Apparel
Love Alexander Calder's work? Our newest t-shirt features a design that he created for LACMA in 1965. Check it out, along with other #Calder items, at the LACMA store https://t.co/6joLQ4pFSu pic.twitter.com/wSCkreeOif
— LACMA (@LACMA) October 14, 2018
This is a pretty cool concept, and I think any Alexander Calder fan would love to rock this tee. I definitely appreciate when museums go all in on their branded apparel.
5. Whataburger Tumbler James Avery Charm
Yes, it's a little unconventional to release a fast food chain charm, but that's what's so great about it. Supposedly these charms sell out like crazy, and I think this one is a huge hit.
Hannah Abrams is the senior content editor for Promo Marketing. In her free time, she enjoys coming up with excuses to avoid exercise, visiting her hometown in Los Angeles and rallying for Leonardo DiCaprio to win his
first second Academy Award.