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Managing Stress with Custom Stress Relievers

Managing Stress with Stress Relievers

Stress can put your health at risk. So we want to do whatever we can to avoid it. Stress balls are a useful way to ease the minds of your clients. And one of the really great things about promotional stress balls is that they come in so many wonderful shapes. It’s easy to find one that will attract your customers and that will compliment your brand. Browse our stress ball catalog to see … Continue Reading

Get your Blox in order for 2010!

Motivation Blox
Inspiration Cube
Get your New Year resolutions in order and motivate everyone around your business. Make sure they don’t lose focus with this creative cube stress ball and inspirational paper weight. Each side has a motivational word: innovation, teamwork, leadership, integrity, and excellence. The sixth side is reserved for your custom imprint. A great promotional gift for HR programs and executive gifts.

Need a motivational reminder for clients and employees? Keep them inspired with this stylish cube, pre-printed with motivational words! Check out the Motivation Blox or the … Continue Reading

Brilliant Promotions: On Sale Now!

Stress Balls & Stress Relievers Discounted on SaleShop around and compare. You’ll find that Garrett Specialties has the best prices. Now on Sale are two great promotional stress balls for any industry. The Star Shaped Stress Ball and the Brain Shape Stress Balls.

Star Shape Stress Ball now as low as $.72! The star stress relievers are available in yellow and white. Hand them out to top performers to demonstrate recognition. Watch sales shape up, show’em you’re a star. Let your customer’s know that they are your shining stars. This stress reliever is the perfect gift … Continue Reading

Using Promo Items for Mastering the 30-Second Pitch

Promotional Baseball Caps and Custom Personalized Stress Relievers
For every sales pitch the goal is to captivate your prospective clients with an important and compelling message. Here are some tips on mastering your 30-second pitch, also know as the elevator pitch.

First, use an attention grasping promotional product. Using a promo product during your sales pitch does two things. One, it gets their attention and breaks the ice. Two, you’re leaving something behind that will be remembered. Studies show that advertising specialties are very impressionable and 8 out of 10 people remember the advertiser by the promo … Continue Reading

Recession Release with Stress Balls

Custom Pressure Reliever
Stress levels are high these days for many reasons. In order to make it through hard times it is important to have a clear mind. Promotional Stress Balls along with the following 5 useful tips can help relieve the pressure.

Grasp a financial stress relief ball and be reminded to save some cash. Make sure to have a reserve cash account for emergencies only. When business is slow, expect the unexpected. Having extra money on the side provides a cushion for that “just in case” situation.
Create a plan with … Continue Reading

Tips to Lure Holiday Shoppers


Holiday shoppers this season will be frugal. The biggest drop in retail sales on record was last month and expectations for the rest of the season are glum. Shoppers are cutting down on spending and shopping on premeditated budgets. These are definite signs of a recession.

So here are a few tips to attract consumers.

Make your product or service more affordable by cutting the luxuries. Stock items that cost less and sell for less. Customers are making buying decisions based on price, so cut them where … Continue Reading

Promotional Stress Relievers for Today’s Economy


The 2008 Annual Stress in America Survey conducted by the American Psychological Association stated that the “declining state of the Nation’s economy is taking a physical and emotional toll on people nationwide”.

That is probably no news to you but since we are all feeling the weight of the economy we need economical and creative marketing solutions.

Stress balls are great promotional products for today’s economy. They are inexpensive and come in a large variety of different shapes, colors, and sizes. There is a unique stress ball for any company in any … Continue Reading

Basketball Stress Ball – Playing the Point Guard Position


Nextaff’s marketing objective was to find a successful advertising tool for their Kansas City branch sales team. They are a professional hiring organization. Their sales team visits local companies in efforts to bring in new clientele. They were looking for a promotional product they could leave behind as a small item of remembrance.

Nextaff provides staffing and payroll services to companies nationwide. They use a proven formula for placing the right people in the right position. The challenge was to find promotional items to portray that.

Their sales manager is really into … Continue Reading

Skull Stress Ball – a no brainer!

Today’s challenging economy is frightening. So with Halloween just around the corner spook up sales with creative and unique promotions. These Promotional Gifts for Halloween have the appeal you are looking for.

Lux, a global creative and technological solutions provider, was looking for a giveaway for a swag heavy show. After browsing garrettspecialties.com they found the new Skull Stress Ball. It was a no brainer being that Halloween is a favorite Lux holiday. “They were perfect. They were fun, had a nice white … Continue Reading

Custom Stress Balls – UPS Widget

The UPS Widget stress ball is a wonderful example of how to use custom promotional stress balls as part of your ad campaign. The Widget character was created for the launch of a downloadable desk-top application (a.k.a. widget) that allows users to track packages and link to UPS services in Europe.

This cute little guy grabs attention. Don’t you want to just squeeze him? Luckily he’s a stress ball.

That’s why stress balls are so effective. They are hands-on promotions and they usually sit on one’s desk promoting your company all day long.

The number of … Continue Reading