Following the Zika epidemic, several promotional product companies and apparel manufacturers are heeding the need for clothing that repels mosquitos. The most common pieces include shirts, pants, hoodies, and socks.
If the virus continues to spread throughout the U.S., other items such as hats, facemasks, neck tubes, scarves, and gloves may be necessary.
Here at Hatswork, we’re always bringing you tips to sell caps into different industries. This article is all about promotional products for tire and auto shops. The article suggests companies should spend a bit more to select a useful, high-quality promotional product over something like a keychain or pen.
Millar’s Point S Tire & Auto Service cites promotional clothing such as hats and t-shirts among the most popular products with its customers.
Have you successfully sold branded hats into any specialized industries? On Hatswork, we have covered: Education, Non-Profits, Real Estate, Health Care, Construction, Beverages, Agriculture, Technology, Hunting & Fishing, Entertainment, Financial, and Restaurants. What industries would you like us to see cover in the future?
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