If you are a big fan of promotional Maglites, then today is the day for you. National LED Light Day celebrates this energy-efficient lighting option. LED’s are significantly more efficient than incandescent and fluorescent lights, making them ideal for everyday use. Promotional Maglites come in many different shapes, sizes, and colors, and there are countless LED models to choose from:
The quintessential picture of a beautiful autumn day is no doubt one that includes warm-hued foliage. As the days begin to grow longer, you will most likely need to carry around your promotional maglights in the evening hours- especially in order to illuminate the beautiful leaves in your neighborhood. This week is Fall Foliage Week, so grab your high-quality, dependable promotional maglights and find your favorite tree to spotlight!
Every year on September 15, people worldwide join to celebrate Greenpeace Day. They come together to fight for a better world and to raise awareness about conserving and preserving our environment.
How can we all come together to support this cause? -Meet with your local activist group -Order engraved flashlights with “Greenpeace Day” -Talk about environmental concerns with your neighbors, family, and friends
June is national safety month in the U.S. It’s the time to be aware of safety issues around the home, work, and public places.
How to get involved:
Identify safety problems and report them to the right people.
Make sure your first aid kits are adequately stocked.
Check the condition of your fire extinguishers. If the pressure gauge is low, you may be able to have it re-charged. Otherwise, throw it away and replace it with a new one. Your fire department can advise you on this matter.
Take a CPR course.
Check the condition of your flashlights. When the electricity goes out, you don’t want a torch with dead batteries. Engraved flashlights with your company logo are a great way to advertise your company while helping to keep everyone safe.
October is “Self-Promotion Month”, according to NationalDayCalendar.com. This “Month” was started by Debbie Allen, an international self-employed business speaker. By the nature of her business, she must promote herself in order to make a living. Based on her philosophy, we offer these tips on promoting yourself, if you are an entrepreneur.
Keep your eyes open to new ideas. Other people can give you tips on how to promote your business better.
Ask your customers to refer you to their friends. Don’t be shy about this.
Make new contacts. Join the chamber of commerce and go to all their business parties.
Be an opportunist. If you sense a deal, jump on it. If you sell only donuts, and some of your customers ask about peanuts, get into the peanut business, also.
You already have a captive audience. If you give them what they want, you will increase the size of your business.
Improve yourself in your personal life, and that success will carry over into your business life. Examples are joining the church choir, developing a hobby, volunteering with civic groups.
Pass out engraved flashlights with your company logo. They will last a lifetime, and so will the name of your company.
What customer would turn down an American-made Maglite engraved with the logo of their favorite restaurant? The business owner knows that their logo will last forever on a Maglite. He knows that a $500 ad in a newspaper lasts only one day. How many years of advertising will $500 worth of Maglites deliver? Today’s savvy business owners know the power of promotional products. They know the power of an American-made brand name–a name known around the world.