In today’s Round-Up, we’re looking at how some NBA fans in Ohio are making hats work for them.
We’ll also look at the latest movie using promotional caps to sell tickets and discuss the difference in using giveaways at indoor and outdoor events.
We’ve spent a lot of time on Hatswork talking about how caps can be used to show loyalty to a sports team or be worn by the athletes. But today, we’re seeing a slight twist on that. Fans in Akron, Ohio are using caps and t-shirts to promote the Cleveland Cavaliers to its own player—LeBron James.
Rumors have surfaced that LeBron is considering switching teams again, so Ohio fans have taken it upon themselves to wear promo apparel branded with the phrase Stay Home 23. It will be interesting to see if and how LeBron addresses this promotion and the Cav fans behind it.
This is just another example of how Hats Work!
Have you ever realized how differently giveaways are used at indoor events versus outdoor events? Think about it—at a trade show, attendees stuff everything in a bag and keep moving. But at a 5K, they actually use the stuff right then and there.
They put on the hat, and wear the sunglasses, and drink from the water bottle because it makes sense with the environment. This article looks at giveaways that are appropriate for different outdoor events.
- Charity Races
- School Teams and Clubs
- Golf Tournaments
- Company Outings
- Wine Tastings