Today we’re taking another look at how Elon Musk has used wholesale caps and other unique promotions to raise money for his tunnel project.
We’ll also talk about running hats and selling into the non-profit industry.
In January, we introduced you to The Boring Hat, because the $1 million in revenue it brought in is a shameless plug for Hatswork. In March, we told you how our very own real-life-Tony-Stark, Elon Musk, followed his hats with flamethrowers, or Not Flamethrowers as they’re named in order to comply with federal regulations.
This article talks about how that follow-up promotion and the complimentary fire extinguishers earned The Boring Company another $10 million in promotional profits as well as discussing the Space X mission launched early this year.
This article talks about how non-profits are typically looking for ways to advertise that are effective but cost very little. As you know, wholesale caps generate over 3,100 impressions over their lifetime, and they’re inexpensive compared to other items with that kind of exposure rate.
Proforma offers the following options as well:
- Decals & Stickers
- Diaper Bags
- Pet Swag
- Holiday Ornaments
Not all wholesale caps are created equal. You may think you have to sacrifice quality to acquire an inexpensive piece, but that’s not necessarily the case. There are a lot of trendy, performance wholesale caps available at different price points.