It’s Election Day, and we can’t help but look back on some of the promotional products used on the campaign trail. Some promo items were traditional; others, creative and cool. And some were a little unexpected, which made them all the more intriguing. Jewelry? Dog sweaters? We’re listening.
Any way you look at it, these logo items were a brilliant way for Obama and Romney to build their brands and cement their names in the minds of voters.
Here, in case you missed them the first time around, are some of the more memorable promotional items from this election season.
Obama vintage promotional car magnet. It’s a cool way to make people feel part of the campaign fleet.
Romney custom window decal. When moms want the world to know who’s getting their vote, this promotional sticker is the way to show it.
Bo Obama custom sweatshirt. Bo is furry, loveable and cute, which means kids are totally on board with showcasing him on their apparel.
Romney custom iPhone case. Here’s a patriotic iPhone cover that lets people show their support while keeping their phone safe and secure.
Joe Biden promotional products. Cup of Joe is clever, the custom can holder is handy, and promotional buttons are political mainstays.
Romney promotional necklace. This silver-plated ‘R’ necklace is something special for female Republican voters.
Obama custom dog sweater. When people want their pup to show their political leanings, this custom pet apparel is the way to go.
Romney vintage promotional tote. Vintage is in, making this custom tote bag a trendy way for supporters to schlep their stuff.