Prepare to rethink everything you thought you knew about promotional products. My approach? A mindset of partnership and an insistence on quality. Longtime clients think of me not as a vendor, but as a consultant. I take in goals and take on challenges, collaborating with dozens of vendors to source novel, well-crafted products to carry a client’s imprint.
We’ve sourced temporary tattoos for the fidgeting children of cosmetology school clients, magnetic phone holders for the car vents of club-swinging engineers, and yes, fine writing instruments for preschoolers, Presbyterians, and everyone in between.
When most people think of promotional products, they think of a journey: the journey of a cheap pen into the garbage. And so did I. Emptying the drawers of my corporate desk produced no shortage of pens—or pity for their peddlers. And so I decided to do something about it. Ten years later, I’ve never been more confident about the brand-building power of a quality gift.