10 Ways to Use A Personalized Stylus A promotional products guide to personalized stylus It is becoming more important to find creative ways to attract new customers and keep a company’s name top-of-mind with current clients. Promoting a business or product with simple everyday items is often very successful at accomplishing this task. Promotional pens fit this category well, and can be printed with a company’s name, logo and contact information. Pens have traditionally been handed out to clients as inexpensive thank you gifts during meetings and office visits. Successful promotion depends upon getting a company’s name or product information to new clients. Below are ten ways to use promotional pens to advertise a company, product or service. 1. Give to employees as small gifts. The pens will most likely be taken home and used outside the office, providing an opportunity for employees to discuss the business with personal contacts. 2. Leave at businesses or restaurants after signing the credit card receipt. The pens will often remain at the desk or be re-used by wait staff. Everyone who uses the pen from that point on will be exposed to the advertised business or product. 3. Leave at doctor or dentist office front desks after signing in. This is the same approach as leaving the pen at a business or restaurant. Any place that requires use of a pen is a great place to leave one or several. Think about places like banks, post offices, and government offices — anywhere people fill out paperwork there is a need for pens. 4. Hand out to suppliers. Suppliers appreciate a small token of thanks as much as anyone. 5. Donate for use at churches or community centers. A few boxes of pens are always welcome at facilities that have large needs but small budgets. 6. Bring a handful to open house at school. There’s plenty of back-to- school paperwork to be filled out at open house, and the teachers won’t mind if these pens walk out the door. 7. Hand out while in line at the bank. The person behind you may appreciate a pen to fill out their deposit slip before getting to the teller. 8. Hand out while in line at the supermarket. Just like at the bank, the person in the grocery line can start writing their check. 9. Enclose in everyday business mail, not just promotional mailings. The person who processes the electrical payment will enjoy the small gift and talk about your company or product. 10. Add to client gift baskets. Clients can really never have too many articles with a company’s name emblazoned on it. Keep reminding them how important and valuable they are to the company.
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