Make Every Week National Library Week with the Help of Promo Items!
To say that I’m a bookworm would be an understatement; I have always been infatuated with books, and I have always found relaxation in a trip to my local library. During National Library Week, people gather together to show their support of libraries by donating their time or their money, but why should it only last for a week? I usually jump at the chance to spread the word about good books or about valuable information, and now I am jumping at the chance to spread the word about excellent promo items for library lovers like me!
If I were organizing a fundraiser for my local library, the Eco-Friendly Non Woven Tote Bag would be the first promotional item I’d choose. Why? Because it’s large enough, it’s strong enough, and gosh darn it – people like it! These reusable bags come in an amazing rainbow of colors (just take a look at the colors and tell me that your eyes wouldn’t be drawn to them) and they’re so affordable that you may have to do a double take. I like them because their ample capacity practically begs me to stuff it with books of all shapes and sizes, and I have a feeling they’ll encourage potential library patrons to do the same!
If you go to the library to de-stress (like I do), then you’ll get a kick out of the Book Stress Reliever. You won’t be able to squeeze any information out of book stress balls, but using them means that you’ll probably be able to relax enough to concentrate on what you’re reading! Speaking of concentration, how many times have you stayed up late while reading because you just couldn’t put down that library book? A Flexy Book Light illuminates those precious pages without interrupting your significant other’s precious beauty sleep – and they make superb gifts. You could donate a supply of these book lights to your local library and offer them as incentives for new library card memberships!
The Book Magnet is a simple library promotional idea that offers high value but won’t cost a fortune. Magnet shortages are common around my house, and most people I know tend to hang onto magnets whenever they receive them. (For example: I have a magnet on my refrigerator for a dentist’s office that I’ve never even visited). Customizing a set of printed book-shaped magnets could promote your local library at a reasonable cost, and then patrons will always know important details like library hours and phone numbers.
Finally, while I’m on the subject of low-cost and high-value, you can try raising awareness for libraries with the Book Mark Magnifier Ruler and/or the Custom Imprinted Bookmark. The bookmark magnifier is useful for readers who have a difficult time reading the fine print, and the imprinted bookmark is available in full color to advertise in eye-popping hues. Just like the book magnet, neither of these bookmarks cost much, but they both benefit your local library by making people aware of special events, services, and more!
Are you as ga-ga for books and libraries as I am? Do you have any more promotional ideas that could bring attention to libraries all year? Reply to this post and let me know! If you have questions about library promotions or about any other promotional products, you can contact Quality Logo Products anytime. Just call us at (866) 312-5646, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, contact us on Twitter or Facebook, or comment on our blog posts.
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