In today’s Round-Up, we’re taking another look at the hospitality sector as it relates to the promo industry. We will also talk about the entertainment market and some of the best and worst caps in the NBA.
A Roadmap to Successful Sales in the Tourism and Hospitality Market
In 2016, the U.S. travel industry generated 2.3 trillion dollars. This article discusses providing promotional products to hotels, airlines, wineries, and more. Last time I was on a cruise ship, they gave away Corona caps with every bucket of beer.
In addition to hats, consider offering customers promo items that help make the process of traveling more enjoyable like headphones, neck pillows, or backpacks.
Rise in Music Merch Means Opportunity for Promo Industry
We’ve talked about selling into the entertainment sector before. This article looks specifically at music merch. If you’ve ever been to a concert, you know the line at the merch table is miles long, and the products are marked up significantly. But there’s nothing quite like bringing home a memento after having the night of your life finally seeing your favorite band or musician perform live.
In 2018, with online shopping becoming more popular than ever, artists are selling their merch all year and all around the world instead of just while they’re touring big cities. Check out the full article to see more about the music market.
- Products & Trends
- New School sales
The 2018 NBA Draft Hats Are Out and Here Are the Five Best Looks And the Five Worst
Last week, we showed you the NBA Finals cap that looked like it said NRA instead. Today, we’re looking at the five best and worst 2018 draft hats. Do you agree with the list?
- Portland Trail Blazers
- Los Angeles Lakers
- Toronto Raptors
- Boston Celtics
- Philadelphia 76ers
What do you think of the best and worst NBA cap list? Do you have another opinion? Let us know in the comments below.