In today’s Round-Up, we’re looking at how one Canadian town used cannabis promotional products encourage survey participation. We will also talk about how one workwear brand did a crossover campaign with MLB caps.
Here at Hatswork, we have spent a lot of time studying, analyzing, and forecasting the future of marijuana in both the medical and recreational uses, and how that will inevitably affect the promotional products industry as more states and Canada (and potentially the entire country) lift the ban on cannabis.
One Canadian town used cannabis promotional products to encourage survey participation. The results of which were used to draft policies and marijuana regulations. They even gave away cannabis promotional products by holding contests on their social media channels.
Your favorite heavy-duty apparel brand teamed up with ’47 caps to develop workwear hats emblazoned with each of the MLB team logos. The famous Carhartt duck material and baseball teams can be found on three styles. They are available in the traditional khaki as well as the specified team’s colors.
Although Hannah’s five favorite promos are all T-shirts, this time, we still thought it applicable to include in today’s Round-Up. After all, the Spice Girls are mentioned.
- New Orleans Pelicans Playoff Tees
- Red Nose Day Charity T-Shirts
- Hanesbrands x The National Park Foundation Shirts
- The Cut Headlines Tees
- Misterwives Tour Merchandise
What kind of impact do you think medical and recreational marijuana will have on our industry? Have you already dived into cannabis promotional products? Share your story with us in the comments below.