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 Before you get caught up in crude jokes or start thinking of ashtrays, you should take a look at this. It’s not very often that a product manages to straddle the line between hilarious, useful, and just plain creative.

The Butt Station is one of our newest promotional items. It’s a mini office supply cabinet, in an unexpected form.

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Your employees work hard for you, day in and day out. One of the best ways to fill their sails, recognize hard work, and encourage future performance is through employee recognition programs.

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How does a business maximize its promotional efforts? To answer that question, I refer to a 2013 study by Advertising Specialty Institute.

The study measures what percentage of adults own various promotional items and indicates that the top 3 promotional items, in order, are:

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When you’re ordering a promotional product, whether it’s a series of pens or tote bags for a contest, it’s tempting to purchase the cheapest possible. If you’re giving something away for free, it makes sense to spend as little as possible, right?

But in reality, promotional products are just as important part of your marketing program as a well-designed print ad. If done correctly, your return on investment (ROI) can be far greater than the amount you actually spent in the first place.

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Starting a company is a challenge of its own. You need to form a business plan, decide what service or product you are offering, and get a logo and a website. If you’re selling a product, you also need to prepare your stock, decide how you are packaging it, and consider renting an in-person storefront. But even once everything is ready to go, you can’t just expect customers to come walking in your door. They need to hear about you first – which means you need to find a way to promote your company.

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