Happy (Almost) Birthday, America: Here are 3 Patriotic Promo Products We Love

Time to get your patriotism on! Remember, small businesses are the heart and soul of the American economy. Show your pride – and remind your customers and prospects to show theirs – by stocking up on some fun patriotic products or promotional products made in the USA, which are good to give out year round, but especially perfect as we approach the Fourth of July. Here are three of our favorites:

1. Patriotic mints. These are perfect to keep near the register if you’re in a brick-and-mortar shop, or to hand out to customers and prospects whenever you meet up with them. Tasty and patriotic – the perfect combination!

patriotic mints2. Custom patriotic keychains. What better way to celebrate America – and your US-based company – than with a keychain that has an American flag, eagle, and Statue of Liberty on one side and your company info on the other? We can’t think of any.

patriotic keychain3. Patriotic memo pads. Take your professional correspondence to a whole new level with an elegant patriotic memo pad that features an eagle against an American flag. There’s plenty of room for your company info as well.

patriotic memo pads

 

How does your company or organization show its patriotism? Share in the comments.

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One Response to Happy (Almost) Birthday, America: Here are 3 Patriotic Promo Products We Love

  1. Paul says:

    I’m in London but having just celebrated the Queen’s Jubilee, I can assure you that people went mad with decorative products. Definitely a feel-good thing to do for clients/customers. Cheers, Paul

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