Are you looking for Promotional Products?
North Georgia Promotions can help you with all of your Promotional Products and Branding needs. Our staff has years of experience working with Promotional Products and Companies looking to increase their brand awareness with tangible items, even in a digital world.
What sets North Georgia Promotions Apart?
We have two certified Master Advertising Specialists on staff to help you navigate the world of promotional products and the regulations that can affect YOU and Your Company, such as California’s Prop 65, The Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act (CPSIA), The CPSIA – Children’s Products as well as the US Environmental Protection Agency.
Additionally North Georgia Promotions is a Product Safety Aware Company.
Did you know?
Promotional products are the most effective form of advertising for all age groups.
Most households own an average of 30 promotional products.
53% of people use a promotional product at least once each week.
81% of the population keeps customized promotional products more than a year.
40% of consumers keep some promotional items more than 10 years.
Promotional products are the most highly regarded form of advertising over newspapers, radio, magazines, television, the Internet and mobile ads.
Nearly half of consumers wish they could receive promotional products more often.
89% of consumers have received a promotional product in the last six months.
The top 10 buyers of promotional products are business services, education, financial, manufacturing, healthcare, construction, insurance, technology, nonprofits and agriculture.
96% of consumers want to know ahead of time if a company is offering promotional products.
63% of consumers pass along a promotional product they no longer want.
Promotional Products FAQ
What are promotional products?
Promotional products are useful tangible items imprinted with an advertiser’s name, logo or message designed to increase brand awareness among consumers. Promotional products are an incredibly powerful marketing tool since they allow a brand to connect with consumers by engaging their senses. As one of the only forms of advertising that allows consumers to interact with a brand on a physical level, promotional products often crate a more memorable brand experience.
Do promo products work?
Yes. 88% of promotional product recipients remember the name of the advertiser on a product. 85% of the recipients do business with the advertiser on a product.
Why use a promo product consultant?
A professional and experienced promotional consultant will help answer your question—even those you might not thing of or didn’t know you needed to ask. Your go-to promotional products professional will be able to help you design a program to get results and save you time and money in the process.
How are promo products used?
Since promotional products can be used alone or integrated with other media, there are virtually limitless ways to use them. Popular programs cited most often by industry consultants are business gifts, employee relations, orientation programs, corporate communications and at tradeshows to generate booth traffic. They’re also effective for dealer/distribution programs, co-op programs, company stores, generating new customers or new accounts, nonprofit fundraising, public awareness campaigns and for promotion of brand awareness and brand loyalty. Other uses include employee incentive programs, new product or service introductions and marketing research for survey and focus group participants.
What kinds of promo products are available?
There are literally tens of thousands of different types and styles of promotional products. In many cases, it’s even possible to obtain custom items that aren’t found in any catalog. Examples of common items include apparel, pens, calendars, coffee mugs, calculators, key chains, desk accessories, and memory sticks.
Why do promo products work?
In a world where consumers are bombarded by advertising messages, promotional products stand alone. A print ad, an internet pop-up, a television ad or a radio spot all interrupt and distract consumers. But a promotional product engages and is welcomed by the consumer and then integrated into their lifestyle.
In fact, it’s the only marketing medium that the consumer says thank you for.