It should be a rule: Every office and home should have custom tool kits tucked away somewhere. They make the process of moving into a new space so much simpler. No more digging around for a tape measure or hammer—everything is right there in the promo tool kit.
What a wonderful business gift, right? Especially when you know your customers will be assembling things.
That’s exactly the sentiment of our client, Innovative Commercial Environments (ICE), a boutique dealership of new and refurbished furniture.
ICE’s clients are sometimes adding a few workstations to an existing space, and sometimes they’re expanding across another industry. Either way, promotional tool kits always come in handy.
“The idea behind the tool kits was to give our clients a leave-behind gift with our logo, serving as a reminder should they need additional furniture or accessories,” says ICE’s Kymberli Clement. “These were the perfect corporate gift as we anticipate when a client is in a new space, they often need a screwdriver, tape measure or hammer when they are putting together additional items.”
The imprinted tool kits are handed out at the final walk-through with a client. They’re a great way to express appreciation, and they keep ICE’s logo always visible. Plus, clients are grateful for both the gesture and the usefulness of the tool kits.
“We feel like we will get a large return on our investment and that these tool kits will really be utilized and appreciated by the client. In the past, we’ve given gift baskets that seem to be used by one primary contact,” says Clement. “As personnel change within a company, we want the new people to not have to put any thought into researching who to use for their furniture or accessory needs.”
It’s hard to top the functionality of custom tool kits when your customers are moving, and they certainly keep your company name at the forefront when customers are hammering away.
Clement feels confident the promotional tool kits from ePromos were a smart choice. “As a small business, we have to be prudent with how we spend our marketing dollars,” she says. “We did not want to waste money on a cheesy gimmick, and we feel like we met our objective of finding a good product at a great price point.”
Promo know-how tip:
You can add your logo to anything from a full 196-piece tool set or simply custom screwdrivers. Allow our Promotions Specialists to find the perfect gift for your budget.