Personalized Corporate Gifts Make Great Stocking Stuffers!

Anyone who works for a company knows that there is no such thing as too much corporate marketing. One creative and practical way to get the word out about the company is by using promotional items. The holidays are an excellent time to put personalized corporate gifts into the stockings of all the would-be clients on the holiday shopping list.

There are holiday gift ideas aplenty advertised on television, the radio, and in magazines. Not all of these are useful for promotional purposes, so the business should instead consider personalized corporate gifts and package these in a unique way. What current or prospective client would not enjoy receiving a stocking full of treats with a few promotional products included?

Flavored lip balm and a hand sanitizer spray pen are perfect gift ideas for females because they can be popped into a handbag. Ladies will stay sanitary and serve as a walking advertisement for the company. An InShape pedometer is a great business gift for either the ladies or men who want to stay fit and track their steps while doing so.

Safety should always be a top priority, so consider adding personalized corporate gifts focused on this angle. A grab-in-go first aid kit is convenient and compact, so the recipient can store it in the car, travel bag, or desk drawer. A rectangular key light can be hooked onto the keychain, lighting the person’s way on the dark trip to the car at night.

A flashing reflector light and mini ice scraper are perfect personalized corporate gifts for recipients in cold weather states. If the car skids off the road due to icy weather, the flashing light can be hung out the window or suspended from the car antenna. The mini ice scraper will come in handy during those snowy days that await us in colder months and it will advertise the sender’s business while doing so.

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53 thoughts on “Personalized Corporate Gifts Make Great Stocking Stuffers!

  1. Great blog you have here. Many websites like yours cover subjects that aren’t found in magazines. I don’t know how we got on 15 years ago with just magazines and newspapers.

  2. If you don’t want the gifts to look stupid, then I sgguest you avoid putting initials on them altogether. It was kind of a fad about 5 years ago for people to wear necklaces, handbags, etc. with their initial on it, but nowadays the only people who still do that are usually under age 10. Just get them nice tote bags that are tasteful enough to make them actually want to use them, and skip the personalization. My fiance and I decided not to engrave or personalize any of our attendant gifts, because, as my fiance put it, There’s nothing dorkier than a 28-year-old guy with his own name engraved on his money clip.

  3. Hi Muhammad, I think it is still very much a fashion statement to wear a brand name. Check your closet – any Nike clothing in there? Besides…some people really like their initials :)

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