The holidays are quickly approaching! Today, our Round-Up consists of cold-weather promotions like corporate gifts and camo caps for Hunting Season. We’ll also talk about how to get involved in Breast Cancer Awareness Month. There are still 11 days left of October; it’s not too late!
October’s Hopeful Shade of Pink
October is recognized as Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and everyone from car salesmen to professional athletes are painting their towns pink! Breast cancer awareness campaigns raise an estimated $6 billion annually; funds finance things like cancer research, early detection programs, and free mammograms. According to the IRS, there are over 1,400 tax-exempt charities devoted to the cause.
Often, companies who offer apparel brandishing the pink ribbon will donate a percentage of sales to a breast cancer cause. Even just wearing the color pink can help start the conversation which we hope ultimately will bring a cure.
Decorate the Halls: The Ultimate Holiday Gift Guide for Custom Branded Items
This article provides some great ideas for cold-weather promotions and corporate holiday gifts including winter hats and beanies. A list of all of the categories listed is provided below.
- Apparel – Clothing for Cooler Months
- Barware – Classy Drinkware Sets
- Executive – High End Items with Style
- Tech – Electronic Extras
- Gift Sets – Sets all Employees Love to Use
- Kitchenware – Unique Holiday Utensils
- Parties – Holiday Party Essentials
- Travel – Stylish Items for On the Go
- Favorites – Traditional Christmas Classics
There’s No Hiding It: Camo Cold-Weather Promotions are Cool
As the weather cools down, hunting season heats up, and with it comes camo caps. This article discusses the rising popularity of camo apparel worn outside of the woods. In addition to its tactical nature, camouflage is making a bigger splash into mainstream fashion. As more women take up the sport of hunting we’re seeing more pink camo patterns emerge into the market as well.
What cold-weather promotions are you most excited about? Tell us in the comments below; don’t forget to follow us on Instagram using the hashtag #hatswork.