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What’s Your Cause?

Bottle For a Cause Sports Bottles
Cause marketing is beneficial for your company and for the non-profit organization you support. There are many reasons why expressing support for charity or a national cause is a good business decision. It establishes a good perception of caring and it shows an effort to make a substantial impact on social issues. Choose marketing with a cause to gain credibly, customer loyalty, brand awareness, and to ultimately improve the social issue you support.

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Bubble Warpped Street

Bubble Wrapped Street - Confused.com Auto Safety AwarenessTo promote auto safety awareness an entire residential street was bubble wrapped, including cars, bikes, trees, houses, and buildings. Somerville Rd in Worcester, phentermine 37.5 mg England has the highest number of insurance claims since recent severe weather on January 27, 2010. The bubble wrap represents the importance of careful driving.

I wouldn’t say this is a very eco-friendly approach but it does get the point across. It looks very intriguing, especially to walk through or rather drive through.

Bottom Line: Over 25% of all drivers were involved … Continue Reading

Will Ferrell’s Sunscreen Is Nothing to Laugh At

Will Ferrell's Sunscreen Cancer Awareness PromotionProducts raise education funds for cancer survivors.

We know him as George W. Bush, newscaster Ron Burgundy and a deranged elf. Now, we also know comedian Will Ferrell as a swimsuit model. The prolific Saturday Night Live alumnus is featured on bottles of Hot Sexy Tan, Sun Stroke and Forbidden Fruit SPF 30 sunscreens. The line was created by the nonprofit organization Cancer for College.

Ferrell’s foray into branded merchandise came about because of his friendship with Craig Pollard. Pollard, a fraternity brother of Ferrell’s at the University of Southern California, … Continue Reading

Toy Soldiers Mailer Raises Awareness

Unicef Toy Soldiers Mailer To Raise Awareness for Children in Combat
Unicef created this unique toy soldier mailer to raise awareness for children used in combat. Their goal is to gain support for its program that aims to remove children from war and bring them back to the joy of childhood.

At first glance you may think that these are typical toy soldiers but with a closer look you’ll see that they are kids doing was kids do! They’re playing, reading, bike riding and smiling.

Non-profit charity promotional items helped to raise awareness for this unique cause. … Continue Reading

Support Breast Cancer Awareness

Breast Cancer Awareness 16oz PolyCarb Ribbon Sports BottleToday is the start of Breast Cancer Awareness month. Celebrate survivors and remember those who have past. Increase awareness and encourage early detection to save lives. Show support by wearing pink, thinking pink and buying pink. Donate to breast cancer research and treatment organizations. Share stories, give advice and join events.

Join the fight against the most common cancer in women today with Promotional Breast Cancer Awareness Items.

The 16 oz Ribbon PolyCarb Bottle with handy carabiner clip is a great giveaway that supports the cause. A portion … Continue Reading

H1N1 Activity Continues to Increase: Use Hand Sanitizers

Tinted Hand Sanitizer Prevent H1N1Every week the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) publishes findings of key flue indicators. The report from the week of September 13-19, 2009 “found that influenza activity continued to increase in the United States compared to the prior weeks.”

The CDC recommends such preventive actions as covering your mouth and nose with a tissue when you sneeze, limiting contact with sick people, avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth and washing hands often. If, however, water and soap are not available you are advised to use an alcohol-based hand rub or sanitizer. … Continue Reading

Promotion Against Preventable Injuries

School Backpack screen printed to raise awareness about preventable injuries
I can’t tell you how many times I’ve seen someone operate heavy machinery without any protective eyewear or safety gear. Maybe it didn’t happen today or yesterday, but why don’t these people realize that they could seriously hurt themselves.

This Canadian campaign aims to raise awareness about preventable injuries and to challenge the belief that most people hold that serious injuries only happen to other people. Multiple executions in the campaign, which started on Labor Day, drive traffic to preventable.ca. Messages sent through printed towels, backpacks, … Continue Reading

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