The Good: Triple advertising power, embroidery allows multicolor logo for low price, on size fits most.
The Bad: Seasonal item.
The Bottom Line: Make sure you’re not working on a summer promotion, and you’ll be in the clear to make a personalized Snowball 3-Piece Fleece Set an incredible investment to freeze out the competition.
Design (7.6/10): (top)
Each of the three (four pieces, really, if you count the drawstring fleece bag) pieces of the Snowball Fleece Set will keep you snuggly warm during the chilly winter months. Although the fleece is very soft, it’s not a particularly thick layer, so it makes a better late spring/early fall item than protection against negative temperatures. Everything fits easily into the drawstring bag for easy transport. Your personalized embroidered logo will show up very well on the solid colors and will last longer than screen printed decorations.
Features (7.8/10): (top)
This item is a catch all for your winter needs. All we’d need to do is add a coat and boots, and you’d be ready for a day of sledding (But in the interests of money and efficiency, we’ve decided to let you handle that apparel.). The set includes a pair of gloves (not customized), a hat, a scarf and a drawstring bag in the single selected color (black, navy, red or royal).
Price (9/10): (top)
Each of these items is easily offered in stores for the total price we’re offering all three items. This item is an incredible value especially considering you’re getting three embroidered locations for one set up fee (providing the logo is the same on all three). Whether you give the entire pack out as a single gift or split the set up, there are few items that have the kind of potent promotional power offered by the custom Snowball 3-Piece Fleece Set.
Whether or not you’re getting your money’s worth out of the personalized Snowball 3-Piece Fleece Set is unquestionable; the price is unbeatable. However, the use of this particular item is limited by the weather, so year round distribution plans don’t work as well (unless you live in a particularly chilly climate) as it might with a different promotional product.
Published by Jana Tropper
Date of Publication: Sept. 14, 2007
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