August 2011 Holidays, Observances, and Awareness Dates: Plan Your Promotions!
There may not be any major holidays in August, but that doesn’t mean there’s no reason to celebrate! This month was made for “chillin’ out, maxin’, and relaxin’ all cool.” It includes Relaxation Day, Simplify Your Life Week, and Watermelon Day – the perfect combination for the last leg of the summer. There’s only one more month of summer left. That means this is your last chance for the perfect summer promotion!
Take a breather, get some rest, learn about sharks, and appreciate the people around you before the summer comes to a close. You can continue to simplify your life even after Simplify Your Life Week concludes by saving some cash on National Garage Sale Day! And don’t waste this precious summer time fighting with your significant other – you can rekindle the flame on Kiss and Make Up Day. And don’t forget to take good care of those eyeballs! It is Cataract Awareness Month and Children’s Eye Health and Safety Month, you know. Oh, you didn’t? Well, now you do!
Have a look at what else is happening in August 2011 (click to enlarge):
So show some love to your sisters, friends, dogs, and kindergartners this month! A great promo item for anyone this month is the Aluminum Picture Frame. With Sisters Day, Friendship Day, Dog Day, and Get Ready for Kindergarten Month, everyone’s got a loved one to cherish memories with! There’s still time for outdoor promos, too. People will still be gathered around their grills and pools enjoying s’mores and watermelon this month!
If you still need some advice on the perfect promo item for one of these holidays, or any other holiday that you can think of, we’d be happy to help! You can reach a friendly Quality Logo Products representative by phone (866-312-5646), by email (email@example.com), by live chat, or by commenting below.
How will you be using promotional products this month? Which dates are you most excited about? Did we miss any?
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