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Has anyone come across and/or received some cool swag recently? I'm finding it hard to wade through the crappy USB key chains and cheap pens in an effort to find stuff that people would actually like receiving and using.
Sticky notes are useful.
My old work had breath mints that were really popular in a personalized tin.
Or condoms. It's fun!
- I got a decent notebook from an architecture firm. Must have cost a pretty penny, though, and not sure how many would actually use these.formed
- IMO I think everyone would actually use these unless you're so tech savvy that you only use you smart phone for notes and lists.fooler
- They're much more practical that cheap neon fake ray-bans with a logo on the arm or stress ball or any other cheesy swag you usually get.fooler
I've been looking forever but can't find anything that is affordable and not cheesy.
Lips sunscreen stuff - super cheesy, but I keep them and use them, so they work
Mugs - people will use those
Pens - cheesy, too, but I also keep the free pens (though I never look at the company names like I do on the lip sunscreen stuff).
Customer appreciation gifts (read: not cheap):
St. Patrick's Day gift basket - coffee with green mugs that had the company logo on them. Unique, sticks out and people will remember it (not on xmas, etc.).
Custom Drink Mixer - a company took a chemistry set (beakers, etc.) and made it for making drinks, created a customer cooler for the kit. Must have cost a fortune but looks super cool.
might i suggest... a bag containing a usb keychain and cheap pen inside
Title is an oxymoron
Well, following the Portable Masturbation Tent is certainly going to be a challenge but here goes nothing...
These are pretty handy! A little more expensive possibly, but I actually use this a lot.
Tour Supply 9V LED Flashlight. Snaps onto any 9V battery.