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Hatswork Round-Up: January 24, 2019

January 24, 2019 - By Emily Potter

In today’s Round-Up, we are taking another look at the Prince of Selling Promos, Elon Musk. We will also talk about the vast array of promotional products at the Pride Parade in Philadelphia. Finally, we will discuss the education industry once again.

Interesting Engineering

Elon Musk and The Boring Company Deliver its First Not a Flamethrower Flamethrowers

We have been keeping you up to date with the promotional shenanigans of Elon Musk. Last week, we told you about the Terms & Conditions consumers had to accept prior to placing an order for a Not a Flamethrower. This article follows some of those very consumers as they picked up the product. At $500 a pop, all 20,000 sold out within four days.

Elon Musk’s other brainchildren include The Boring Hat and life-sized Lego-like bricks.

ASI

Promo Products Abound at Philly Pride Parade

There were all kinds of businesses at the Philadelphia Pride Parade giving away branded products along the 1.3-mile walk. The theme was obviously rainbow, for the LGBTQIAPK+ community. Due to the rainy weather, the biggest hit was logoed ponchos. I would wager caps would have been a good call too.

Promo Marketing

A Lesson Plan for Selling Promos to the Education Market

We have spent a lot of time covering everything from college down to elementary school here at Hatswork. This article takes first hand advice from a distributor in Illinois who has become an expert at selling promos to schools and other clients within the education market.

Do you have any tips for selling promos into the education sector? Tell us what you’ve learned from your own experience in the comments below. We love hearing from you. Don’t forget to follow us on Instagram using the hashtag #hatswork.

Emily Potter

Emily is the Content Marketer for Outdoor Cap Co. She holds an M.A. in AD & PR from the University of Alabama and a B.B.A in Marketing. Emily is an avid Crimson Tide football fan. She has a golden retriever named Opie Winston, and a cat named Tide.

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