Every business owner needs to think about the value of promotional products, but this is especially important if you run a business that has extremely loyal patrons. In this situation, you have the unique advantage of being able to hand out promotional items to your customers and having them excited to display these items — thus helping to further push your brand into the public eye. Not every business is fortunate enough to be in this position, but if you're aware of your loyal patrons, you definitely want to pursue different promotional products. One product to consider is die-cut stickers, which your patrons may place on their vehicles, laptops, or other items. Here are some businesses that should have personalized die-cut stickers available for their customers.
If you operate a small brewery, you may find that promotional items work well for spreading the word about your business. Local breweries tend to have loyal followings, which can mean that hats, T-shirts, and even travel coffee mugs can all be effective promotional items. Don't overlook the value of die-cut stickers, which you can produce inexpensively and hand out to people when they buy your products. For example, you might give out a high-quality die-cut sticker of your brewery logo each time someone buys a six-pack of your beer.
Many campsites also have loyal patrons, who may return to the site year after year with their families. If you operate such a business, die-cut stickers can be an appropriate promotional device. You'll often notice that camping enthusiasts display stickers on their vehicles from different places they've visited. Someone may have a collection of stickers on the rear bumper of his or her car, or perhaps even on a storage bin attached to the roof of the vehicle. Your campsite's sticker will earn a spot in either location for many of the people to whom you give it.
People who belong to gyms and take pride in staying in shape are often proud of their affiliation with the gym. Some gym members will wear athletic apparel featuring the gym's logo when they're out and about, for example. Don't hesitate to make die-cut stickers available for your gym members — perhaps giving them out to new members, or simply having a stack of them available at the front counter of the gym. You may find that people affix these stickers to their vehicles, water bottles, bicycle helmets, and a variety of other locations.