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Promotional Products To Rock Your New Year’s Eve Party


Every great New Year’s Eve party needs promotional products. Without branded swag, a party is, well, just a party. Make a New Year’s Eve bash one to remember by handing out custom items with your logo.

It’s a way to associate your brand with fun times, and there’s a good chance partygoers will keep their party gear long after the ball drops. (Anyone else still have their wacky 2012 sunglasses?)

Here are four promotional products to ramp up the fun of any New Year’s Eve party. How will you ring in 2013 with promo items?

custom light-up drinkware

When libations are flowing, make sure party people are sipping from your logo drinkware. If it lights up, even better. This just ups the chances of guests hanging on to the glass as a keepsake item. And let’s face it: Anything that lights up is cool.

 

 

 

 

 

custom napkinsCustom napkins are a must for New Year’s Eve parties. They’re useful at the bar and the buffet line, and they keep your logo and message in front of guests all night.

 

 

 

 

 

 

custom snack and wine trayGuests will love receiving a custom snack and wine tray with your logo—it frees up their hands to dive into the apps or refresh their merlot.

 

 

 

 

 

 

custom balloonsYou know it’s a party when there are balloons—and lots of them. Add your logo to custom balloons and create a festive environment to usher in the New Year.

 

 

 

 

 

 

custom sunglassesPromotional sunglasses: They’re often the first thing people scramble for at New Year’s Eve parties. (What can we say? They’re just fun.) Your logo or design is imprinted directly on the lens of these custom sunglasses for a trendy party favor.

 

 

 

 

 

Promo know-how tip:

Consider using promotional products as place settings at New Year’s Eve parties or strategically placing them around the room. Either way, they boost the festiveness of the celebration and link your brand with happy times.  


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