Ready to see what May 2011 has in store for you? We’ve compiled popular holidays, observances, and awareness dates for your at-a-glance convenience! From commonly-celebrated holidays (like Cinco de Mayo, Memorial Day, or Mothers Day) to lesser-known occasions (like World No Tobacco Day or National Bike Week) there’s no shortage of causes to support.
Speaking of causes, did you also know that May 2011 has a lot to offer with awareness days, weeks, and months? If you were looking for an easy-reference guide to help you create memorable events, then you’ve found it. May couldn’t possibly be dull with observances like National Teachers Day, National Nurses Week, Motorcycle Safety Month, or Military Appreciation Month. You’ll even be able to tell your friends when wacky holidays like National Hamburger Month are coming up!
If we forgot any important dates or observances, then just let us know by leaving a comment! Click chart to enlarge:
Are you excited yet? There’s plenty you could do to raise knowledge of your favorite causes in May, whether you rally your co-workers to participate in National Bike to Work Day or whether you give your employees an hour of naptime in honor of National Sleep Month! For promotional ideas and giveaway tips, you know you can trust Quality Logo Products to deliver. Just drop us a line if you have any questions about potential promo items! Give us a ring at (866) 312-5646, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, chat live with one of our customer service reps, or reach out to us on Facebook and Twitter.
If you’re intrigued by any of the promotional products featured in this month’s reference chart, then you’ll be jumping with joy when I tell you that all of them are available on our website. Here’s where you can find out more about them: Bike Bottle, Collapsible Camo Cooler, Syringe Pen, Cigarette Box Stress Ball, Translucent Maracas, and Apple Stress Ball.
Do you pump up your brand and spread the word about any of these special holidays or occasions? Do you have any more promo ideas for these observances?