What is the Best Season for Promotional Maglites?

Promotional Maglites in Summer
Summer is a good season for Promotional Maglites.

Summer is a good season for Promotional Maglites. Your customers need to keep a good flashlight in their cars when on a road trip and going on their summer vacations. You never know when a car might give you trouble at night. Flat tire can even happen to new cars.

Fall is a fine season for Promotional Maglites. As the daylight hours get shorter, you need a flashlight when going on late evening walks.

Winter is a notorious season for Promotional Maglites. There are not many

Promotional Maglites With Your Logo
Promotional Maglites With Your Logo

daylight hours. You may need a Maglite to take a look around the house to see what that bump was outside. Cold weather is hard on batteries, so make sure you have fresh batteries in your torch. Maglites make wonderful Christmas gifts for your customers. They will appreciate your thoughtfulness and generosity.

Spring is super season for Promotional Maglites. Take some with you to the trade shows, and give them to your best prospects. They will likely buy from you, and remember you year round. All because you gave them a lifelong useful gift.

Every season is a great season for giving Promotional Maglites. Your logo will last as long as the Maglite, which is almost forever.

Celebrate “Get to Know Your Customers Day” with Promotional Maglights

Get to Know Your Customers with Promotional Maglights.
Get to Know Your Customers with Promotional Maglights.

Tomorrow is “Get to Know Your Customers Day”. How you celebrate depends on what kind of business you have. You can:

  1. Thank your customers using social media.
  2. Call your best customers, and ask them how they are enjoying their last purchase from you.
  3. Ask them what products they would like to see you add to your store.
  4. Attend your local chamber of commerce meeting and make some new contacts.
  5. Give your best customers Promotional Maglights with your company logo. The Maglites will last almost forever, and so will your logo.


Celebrate National Tape Measure Day With a Pipe Diameter Tape Measure

A sturdy 25' Gripper Tape Measure
A sturdy 25′ Gripper Tape Measure

July 14 is National Tape Measure Day in the United States. We don’t know who started this, but it does exist, according to NationalDayCalendar.com.  A patent was obtained on July 14, 1868 by Alvin J. Fellows of New Haven Connecticut. It was for improvements in tape measures. We don’t know what the improvements were. Today’s best tape measures are a flexible steel tape in a durable metal case, with a retractable feature and a belt clip. Smaller pocket tapes are very popular, too, like the Barlow 6 foot tape measure.

The most intriguing tape is the Pipe diameter tape measure. It measures the

Lufkin Pipe Diameter Tape Measures
Lufkin Pipe Diameter Tape Measure

diameter of a round object like a tree or pipeline, when you wrap it around the circumference. It eliminates the need to divide by pi (3.14159).

Today, tape measures are so inexpensive, that it pays to have one in your tool box, tool belt, garage, vehicles, and house, and boat.