Fall and winter bring many new opportunities for promoting your brand. From back-to-school and fall sports to the holidays and other seasonal celebrations, the promotional possibilities are endless! But, many businesses overlook one of the biggest seasons this time of year: cold and flu season. Not just for the healthcare community, cold and flu prevention promotions are relevant in every industry and are sure to make a positive impact with customers and employees.
Make it easy for associates and family members to get their flu shots every year by hosting a vaccine program at your office. Reward those who participate with fun giveaways like personalized bandages and stickers for employees and their families after receiving their shot. Pair awareness pamphlets and wellness advice with custom giveaways like stress balls, water bottles, hand sanitizers and more to keep people informed before they get sick.
No matter how careful we are, catching a bug this flu season is almost inevitable. Encourage customers and employees to manage their health responsibly with pill containers and organizers, or help them further manage their healthcare with logoed planners for scheduling regular doctor’s appointments and follow-up visits. Keep logoed hand sanitizers, first aid kits, tissue packs and other customizable wellness gifts available at your office to share with customers and employees who are battling illness this season.
Getting over the flu or a nasty cold can be a long, sometimes stressful process. Help your crew recover in peace with promotional gifts that are sure to provide comfort. Create a nice care package filled with personalized items like soup mug and spoon sets, bottled waters, hand sanitizers, blankets, and tissue packs in a handy “Get Well Soon” bag. Add soup mixes or tea bags to really go the extra mile.
At Staples Promotional Products, we know how important a healthy, hard-working crew is. Add your logo to a variety of health and wellness products and give them to employees and customers during cold and flu season to prevent the spread of germs or to help them recover from illness.
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