Though recent weather may indicate otherwise, sunny days are ahead. Now is the time to prepare for the longer days of spring and the harsh glare of stronger sun rays. In addition to loading up on sunscreen, consumers will be shopping for sunglasses. Save them the trouble by including promotional sunglasses in marketing kits and distributing them at trade shows this spring.
Sunglasses Are Cheap Promotional Products With Major Benefits
The sun is more than 93 million miles from Earth but that massive distance is not enough to prevent sun rays from causing eye damage. Ultraviolet (UV) radiation in the form of UVA and UVB rays poses the main danger to both skin and eyes. Exposure to these rays can have damaging effects on the eyes and vision from both short and long-term perspectives.
Increased exposure to UV radiation results in higher risk of cataracts, retina damage, and skin cancer. Sunglasses are inexpensive promotional products that can protect eyes from the harmful effects of this radiation. Glasses with brown, gray, or green lenses that screen 75 to 90 percent of visible light and 99 to 100 percent of UVA and UVB radiation are said to be most effective.
Promotional Sunglasses Combine Business and Style
Adding a company name or logo to a pair of sunglasses is a simple process. Marketers select from many styles and colors of glasses designed for men, women, or children. Popular styles for the spring season include glasses with pastel-colored frames or earpieces and novelty glasses with springtime themes. There are plenty of choices and each features a low per-piece price.
Marketers should include these promotional sunglasses in prospect kits. Taking some sunglasses to springtime tradeshows should result in a long line at the exhibit booth. However they receive them, people will wear these glasses around town all season, promoting the business whose name is on the earpiece.