Patriotic Giveaways for Your Labor Day Picnics, Parades, and Barbecues
The first Monday in September is set aside as Labor Day, a day to acknowledge the contributions that manual labor has made to the growth of the United States of America. Records suggest that Peter McGuire, a cofounder of the American Federation of Labor, wanted to have a holiday to commemorate people "who from rude nature have delved and carved all the grandeur we behold." With inspiring, patriotic language like that, how could the holiday not catch on? We're happy to say that it did and that Quality Logo Products® offers celebratory merchandise developed from materials much more polite in nature.
If we're talking about being polite, one of the friendliest ways to attract and retain customers is to offer them one of our favorite promotional goods: candy. Quality Logo Products® carried a number of different kinds of customizable candy jars and tins, full of sweets that are wrapped in wrappers bearing an American flag pattern. If you have an office or business that people like to visit, like a bank or a library--well, chances are that it'll be closed on Labor Day. If your office is open that day, however, or you'd like to celebrate on the days leading up to it, you can have a jar of flag candies that customers can enjoy. If you're feeling especially generous, you can send whole tins to valued clients!
Many towns and cities hold parades and public events to celebrate Labor Day. It's the unofficial last hurrah of summer, which means that lots of people enjoy the weekend leading up to it as a chance for outdoors fun and a last blast of liberty (though a different kind of liberty from the ones the nation's forefathers envisioned). If you're part of a local government or a civic organization, you can give away our products as part of a festival. Flag-themed pinwheels, fans, and beach balls make the most of the lovely lingering weather.
With the arrival of Labor Day comes the first day of the new school year, when many students will learn about the events that shaped the United States' industrial past. Their textbooks will help them learn, as will customized pens, which your business can give away in the early days of the school year, when supplies are needed. Schools can offer their students flag-themed pens as well as a welcome-back gift. Want to get students really interested in learning about labor? Give them stressballs as examples of material innovation--stressballs are more than just great business giveaways!
Hard work? Motivation? On Labor Day, we celebrate all of that. Promote it in your company with promotional items from Quality Logo Products®!