Promotional Products to Keep You Remembered

living a healthy lifestyleAre you in the health care industry? Try these promotional products.

While companies across many industries use promotional products to build brand awareness and drive sales, the health care industry is one of the most prominent to use these products. These products are handed out for free to remind the recipient of your company, and remind them to think of you when they need something you can provide.

Common promotional products such as mugs, pens, and water bottles are classic examples. But then, if everyone is doing the same thing, how can you stand out? Choosing unique and unusual promotional products will draw the eye of even the most discerning trade show attendee, doctor, hospital, or clinic.

Hot packs or promotional ice packs

Hot or cold packs relieve muscular aches and pains and can be either microwaved or kept in the freezer as needed. Printing your logo on something useful and reusable is always a good idea, so your customers will keep seeing it again and again.

Mini pill cutter

Mini pill cutters are a tool used for cutting medicinal tablets in half, and then storing the pills while someone is on the go. They usually have a mini chopping block with built-in storage and are small enough to be carried in most purses and bags, and sometimes even pockets. This makes them an ideal choice for advertising as anyone who needs to take pills regularly will always have it with them.

Mini first aid kit

First aid kits are essential for any home, so branded ones are a great way to get your name into people’s consciousness. Things you might want to include are cold packs, tweezers, bandages, tape, alcohol swabs, scissors, gloves, and adhesive bandages.

Hand sanitizer

Hand sanitizer is an essential item for lots of medical professionals, so giving it out as a promotional gift guarantees good uptake and regular usage. Lots of people in other industries are also using it, too. Don’t forget to customize with a brand logo, so you’re seen every time!

Seven-day pill case

Often, one of the most challenging things for people who find themselves on regular medication is remembering to take their pills on time, especially at first. Giving out a pill case helps people keep their pills intact and handy and remember whether or not they’ve taken the right pills on the right day. Weekly cases have seven compartments – plenty of space for your company name and logo.

Badge holder

Most health care professionals have to wear some sort of name badge or ID in their working lives. Retractable badge holders can help them hold these badges without them getting in the way or getting lost. It also means they’ll be literally wearing an advertisement for your company!

Tote bag

Cotton tote bags are increasingly popular as an alternative to plastic shopping bags, with lots of people using them to do their grocery shopping. Sturdy and durable, these bags can be printed on both sides, so they have plenty of space for a logo, company name, and even a brand message. They also mean that not only will the person carrying them always be reminded of your brand, but everyone who passes them in the street will, too!

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