This week’s Round-Up is all about promotional items in the Home of the Brave. Monday is the 4th of July, and with it comes apple pie, fireworks, and baseball caps. Check out the blog post we published for Memorial Day on Americana headwear.
Branding Beat provides a compilation of all the upcoming holidays each month, so naturally, we thought it beneficial to pass those along to you. Obviously, July brings with it Independence Day, but did you know it is also home to Chocolate Day and National Zookeeper Week? Also, in keeping with our theme this week, July 2nd is Made in the U.S.A. Day. Read the full article for promotional ideas around each day.
In this post, SanMar discusses the continued importance of the American Vintage trend on fashion. Styles for men are pulling from the 1970s, the Old West, and the classic Americana trend. Denim is big for all pieces including hats. Women are seeing a lot of stars and stripes, as well as Native American tribal prints.
Between July 1 and July 5, blood donors will receive a free insulated lunch cooler from the Red Cross. The Red Cross often gives away promotional items to entice donors.
Blood donations dip during the months of June, July, and August. This is partly due to the nonexistence of school hosted blood drives in the summer months. The Red Cross needs to collect at least 14,000 donations each day to meet its commitments to hospitals all over the country. The Red Cross now has a mobile app, which allows donors to schedule appointments, track donations, earn rewards, and store health history information.
70% of companies say they would prefer to purchase promotional items that are made in the U.S.A. Do you agree? Let us know in the comments below. You can also follow us on Instagram using the hashtag #hatswork.