Are your company events just too bland these days? Make them fun again with by putting your logo on Headbands and giving them out to the attendees.
When most people think of sweatbands the most common thoughts are athletic and fun. An embroidered head sweatband is definitely both of those and will jazz up your next gathering! Below we listed a few ways that our customers commonly use their embroidered headbands.
Plan a Fun Company Sports Tournament!
No matter what size your business is, everyone loves a nice competitive tourney! Whether you are planning a company barbecue and having a horseshoe competition or turning the warehouse office into a mini volleyball court branded headbands will bring the whole spectacle together. If you are planning a company outing like this though, it doesn’t have to be constrained to traditional sports.
Get some company swag and take your whole office to:
- Bumper Cars
- Mini Golf
- Video Games!
For a full list of fun sports visit http://www.ranker.com/list/best-sports-to-play/sports-lists
Celebrate your New Product like its the 80s
If your company is making strides toward growth by launching new products or services, celebrate them! This is one of the best ways to bring your whole team together and help internal branding. We find our head band customers usually fall into two categories – sports or 80s. We offer neon colors!
Birthdays, Work Anniversaries and More
Internal events like employee birthdays and work anniversaries should never be overlooked. They both increase team retention and internal brand loyalty.
Giveaway to Potential Customers at Events
Do you have a quirky audience? You may be surprised how much they will like an awesome nerdy headband with your company message on it. It builds external brand loyalty and will have your target market wearing your brand everywhere!
Orders for embroidered headbands start at as little as 100 and there are quantity price breaks to make the cost economical for your organization.
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