Best-Selling Promotional Items of June 2012
Last month, we gave you access to some of our top-selling promotional products of May.
Out with the old and in with the new! Here are the newest promo item rankings for June 2012.
Top 10 Promotional Products of June 2012:
After a brief stint at the top, it looks like Custom Frisbees (#4) were defeated by the seemingly invincible Round Stress Relievers (#1) last month. Cinch-Up Drawstring Backpacks (#2) and Collapsible Koozie Can Coolers (#5) were consistent in their rankings, while Rubberized Sunglasses (#3), Small Eco-Friendly Tote Bags (#6), and Medium Eco-Friendly Tote Bags (#8) each climbed up a spot since we last saw them. Mood Stadium Cups (#9) have returned to our list once again after being knocked out, and the fairly new Atlas Nonwoven Grocery Totes (#10) are holding on for dear life.
And last but not least, the Santa Fe Aluminum Bottles (#7) kicked all kinds of butt to secure a place on the list. These bottles are on fire (no, not literally)! Will they still be in it to win it next time? Who knows what’ll happen next month. Promotional items be crazy, man…
Speaking of “in it to win it,” these giveaway items are too legit to quit, which is why they’re fighting to make the top 10:
The Artisan Lip Balm has made the trends list in the past, but never quite cracked the top 10. What a shame, because it makes for an excellent giveaway! Budget Kooler Bags are likely seeing a sales boost because of summer picnics, outdoor parties, and forward thinkers who are preparing for back-to-school promotions. Custom Pencils shot up in popularity last month, too. Want to see one of these hip promotional items achieve their lifelong goal of reaching the top spot? You can do it! We believe in you.
Check out our Best Selling Products page on our website for the latest and greatest products that could end up on this list next month!
Which item would you most like to take home? Are you underwhelmed, overwhelmed, or simply whelmed by these promotional products and their standings? “Whelmed” is a real term, right?