How to Advertise in Your Clients’ Kitchens

As you might have heard, the kitchen is the number one place, people keep their promotional products.  According to a Global Impressions Study performed by the Advertising Specialties Institute, 91% of consumers have at least 1 promotional product in their kitchen.  This means that the kitchen is a hot spot for placing your promotional advertisement.  Now, of course you don’t want to blatantly place your logo inside your clients’  homes – why not put your logo on an everyday kitchen item that your client can use without being “bothered” by yet another advertisement?  Here are some of our suggestions:

1. Measuring Cup

This measuring cup puts a new design on an old kitchen classic.  Measure up to the competition with this one cup Measure-Up(TM) Measuring Cup, that is convenient and easy to read.  Features 1/4, 1/2, 3/4, and 1 cup markings of each distinct step on the inside of the cup.

2. Over the Sink Strainer

This handy sink strainer will help you let your clients know that your products/services will take the “strain” off of their shoulders while you take care of the rest.  The convenient 6″ diameter design allows for easy straining over sink as it attaches to most center dividers on a double basin sink.  No double basin sink?  Feet allow it to sit on countertop or bottom of sink.

3. 4-in-1 Kitchen Tool

Share “what’s cooking” at your company with this universal, 4-in-1 kitchen tool.  Very handy and convenient, this tool features a spoon, slotted spoon, turner and serrated edge and is safe to put in the top rack of the dishwasher.  So, if you are looking to show that your company can help its clients in more ways than one, this would be your go to tool to advertise with.

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