Custom promotional cooler bags are great to tote frozen goods home from the store, lunch to work or school, or snacks on the go, but no matter how your customers use a custom branded insulated bag they are certain to get your brand noticed. Our custom insulated bags start as low as 59-cents, so you can help your brand and your bottom line. Plus, now is the perfect time to promote your brand with a cooler bag.
Hi, my name is Alison and I research, write the updates and drop the pins onto the Factory Direct Promos (FDP) Bag Ban Map. There are a lot of exciting changes constantly happening around the world when it comes to banning single-use plastic bags, and with our mission to help businesses and consumers go reusable, we take bag bans pretty serious around FDP.
To see the progress, and maybe get some inspiration, check out our worldwide plastic bag ordinance map. This plastic bag ordinance map is a resource that tells a story. By clicking the different pins you can see how the bag ban movement unfolds.
Custom designed, certified reusable reusable bags are a great tool to market your brand, are required by law in many cities across the United States and beyond, and will definitely ensure a great return on your marketing investment.
Custom, certified reusable bags last for 3-5 years, have a great marketing impact, and certainly allow you to get the most out of your marketing or retail budget. From bulk pricing, durability, and the rapport you will establish with your customers you can’t go wrong with your very own custom designed reusable bag.
Governor Jerry Brown has been working with the California Legislature to seriously up the green factor throughout the Golden State. The most notable effort undertaken has been the single-use plastic bag ban, which is on hold for the time being, but that’s not the only eco endeavor underway. The California Recycle Initiative aims to implement legislation at the state level that will reduce recycling, composting and source reduction of solid waste by 75 percent by the year 2020. The ultimate goal is to reduce reliance on landfills.
Maximizing your marketing budget can be challenging, but wise choices and careful planning can translate into increased sales and building your brand recognition. In order to get the most out of your marketing dollar, you want an advertising method that reaches your target audience, while increasing your brand awareness and providing a reasonable return on your investment right?
Well according to the 2014 ASI Impression Study, Branded promotional products tick all of these boxes. The 2014 ASI Impression Study analyzes just how cost effective promotional products compared to other forms of advertising. I put together some of what I thought were some of the most intriguing take aways about promotional products and their effectiveness.
Based on the 2014 ASI Impression Study about 85 percent or nearly six in seven recipients of promotional products can identify the advertising brand on the promotional items they own. This means that if you market your brand with a customized pen, reusable bag or travel coffee mug the people who end up owning and using these products will be familiar with your company and the products or services you provide.
Furthermore, about one-third of people polled indicated they are more likely to do business with an advertiser after they’ve received a branded promotional item than they were before. The takeaway here is that if you can get a branded, reusable item to your customers, they are probably going to recognize your brand, have a positive association with your brand, and do business with you in the future.
Now through February 27, 2015 we are offering end column pricing on our very popular (and very eco!) reusable tsunami bags. If you’ve been thinking about placing an order for reusable bags, now is certainly the time to get these durable, certified reusable bags at an even better than normal price.
Global Leader of Public Development and Sustainability at Nielsen, Amy Fenton, tells us, “It’s no longer a question if consumers care about social impact, consumers do care and show they do through their actions. Now the focus is on determining how your brand can effectively create shared value by marrying the appropriate social cause and consumer segments.”
In my most recent post on TSNN, I explained how you can make your event more green in 2015. It is important to stick to your company’s green goals whenever possible and implementing green elements into your booth not only helps the planet, but it also makes a statement to your prospects that you care about the environment and that makes good business sense.
In a recent Nielsen study, Fifty-five percent of global online consumers across 60 countries said they are willing to pay more for products and services provided by companies that are committed to positive social and environmental impact.
The disposable bag ban landscape in the United States is always changing, and we love following the journey from idea to implementation and bringing these great, inspiring stories to you. From coast to coast here’s a rundown of what’s new on the plastic bag ban front.