Marketing Matters

Give Your Customer a Toy!

We often limit corporate gifts to food, pens, and clothing items. Doesn’t everyone have enough coffee cups and mouse pads? 
What if we lightened up and gave customers desk toys? Most adults who receive toys will claim that they are “for the kids,” but the smiles on their faces give another message. Be sure the toy is original and ties to your company’s message. Foam stress relievers come in any number of shapes – animals, equipment, food – and are always fun. Then there are office sports toys – mini pool table, basketball hoop, or desk dartboard. Imprint each item with your company logo, and when your customers look at their toys, they’ll think happy thoughts about you. 

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