As the Starks from George R.R. Martin's series "A Song of Ice and Fire" are wont to remind everyone, "winter is coming." Once the season arrives, Jack Frost brings his frigid temperatures and unrelenting blizzards.
Winter also means that daylight will be in short supply as the sun will rise later and set earlier than it does during the rest of the year. Other characters from Martin's books have been quick to point out that "the night is dark and full of terrors."
Of course, this means that consumers will have to find ways to combat the darkness once winter hits on December 21. Fortunately, small business owners can help their customers stay in the light by distributing unique promotional products this year.
Read on for a look at some of the items that will help customers avoid the dark.
Writing and illuminating
Many clients would appreciation multifunctional tools so company leaders should consider distributing promotional pens that have flashlights on the end. These gifts ensure that customers can easily find lost items in the darkness and write down notes at the same time. The two-in-one composition will keep patrons from having to keep track of two separate presents.
The key to beating the darkness
Few situations are as frustrating for consumers as when they have to unlock doors in the dark. Without sufficient illumination, it can be nearly impossible to find the key slot. Business owners can endear themselves to people by distributing promotional key rings with flashlights attached. Whenever a customer has to open a door in the dark, he or she can use the tool find the proper key. This can ensure that clients won't stand outside freezing as they search for the slot. Further, it will prevent patrons from accidentally scratching their cars with their keys.
Of course, there are a wide range of other types of flash lights entrepreneurs can distribute during promotional giveaways. For instance, solar models are perfect as customers can easily recharge them by keeping them out in sunlight. Many recipients will love these lights because they don't require replacement batteries.
As the winds of winter begin to blow, it's important to remember the darkness is creeping closer and closer. Small business owners can ensure that all of their clients can light their ways to the end of the season by giving away great flashlights ahead of time.