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  • Who Buys Promotional Items?

    The promotional items and associated gift industry is a growth sector with sales soaring in to the billions. Have you ever wondered who buys all these promotional items? If you guessed that the top buyers are big spending blue chip businesses and organizations who want to advertise and market their product lines, you'd be wrong. An industry study identified the top twenty-five industries that purchases promotional items and gifts by the amount spent. The results below might well surprise you. 25. The petroleum industry, including gas stations, oil distributors and refineries 24. The travel industry, including airlines, bus, trains, cruise lines and travel agencies 23. Food processors and beverage bottlers 22. Retailers and shopping malls 21. Pharmaceutical and chemical companies 20. Utilities like gas, electric and telephone companies 19. Telecommunications companies like cell phone and internet provide   
  • Safe Water Bottles - What is BPA and How to Avoid It

    So what's all this talk about unsafe water bottles? You may have caught wind of some of the controversy surrounding polycarbonate plastic water bottles and the chemicals used in their manufacture. You may have heard the term "BPA" or "Bisphenol-A," but educating yourself about this harmful chemical and choosing safe water bottles probably seemed like a chore, not the way you want to spend a Monday night or Saturday afternoon. This article contains all the information you need to know to make informed decisions about safe water bottles that are both recyclable and suitable for multiple uses.  What is BPA anyway? BPA was first discovered in 1891, and manufacturers have used this monomer for at least fifty years. It is a key ingredient used in the epoxy resins that go into making the nearly shatter-proof polycarbonate plastic water bottles, which have become so popular with fitness and outdoors enthusiasts. Even though BPA has long been suspect   
  • Four Tips to Care For Any Stainless Steel Water Bottle

    Stainless steel water bottles are durable, non-leaching and non-reactive to most drinks. Most are designed to last for years and many are designed to provide a lifetime of service. A few are even rugged enough to be placed in campfires and used for heating soup or beverages. Still, there are some things that can damage even a top quality bottle. Some of these are common knowledge items and some are things that people might never think of. For the record, here are some tips to help make any water bottle last as long as it can. First, get a sleeve for the outside of the bottle. Yes the graphics on the outside of the bottle are beautiful, but normal wear and tear will soon scratch that pretty finish. To make it last, get either a neoprene or insulated cover made from another material like quilted cotton or nylon. There are a couple of added benefits from covers: they act as insulators to help keep beverages hot or cold longer, and second, they o   
  • Avoid Using Plastic Water Bottles

    Well you must know that the numbers you are going to see are reflecting the impact of modern habits of drinking water. Although these data may be somewhat questionable and contestable, sometimes if we change our attitude and behavior in consumption, that may lead to benefits for us. Now without wasting time let us look at the facts and numbers related to plastic water bottles. The plastic bottles take about seven centuries before they completely decompose Eighty percent of used plastic bottles are not recycled. Each year in the U.S. thirty eight million plastic bottles used for water go into trash without being recycled It takes ninety million gallons of oil to produce a billion plastic bottles On an average, American people consume one hundred sixty seven bottles of water a year. In Italy every year consumption on an average is of two hundred seventy liters of mineral water and soft drinks   
  • Mouse Pads - Inexpensive Promotion

    Everyone is looking for a way to inexpensively promote their business. In a slowly recovering economy, it is more important than ever to find ways to promote your business without emptying your bank account, but you also have to consider uniqueness. As such, you want to utilize a more unique tool, one that will take your customers and potential customers by surprise. Often the most useful promotion techniques are the least expensive. Generally, business owners will try to promote their business using expensive, high-volume techniques like commercials or billboards. What many business owners don't realize, however, is that potential customers tend to ignore such messages. They listen to their friends. If a potential customer sees a promotional item for your business in the hands of their friend, they are much more likely to visit your business than one they hear about on the radio. Read on for a very inexpensive promotion strategy, that will hel   

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