Promotional Products on Vacation

My husband and I just got back from a 4-day trip to Las Vegas. While I was there, I couldn’t help but wish I’d taken certain promotional products on my trip with me.

Las Vegas Sign

Sunscreen Wipes
Las Vegas is hot and the sun really bears down on you. We spent a considerable amount of time hanging out at our hotel pool. These promotional sunscreen wipes would have been perfect for preventing sunburn. Ease to pack and, unlike other sunscreens, you don’t have to worry about anything leaking in your suitcase. It’s never any fun to open up your suitcase after a day of air travel and find out your sunscreen/shampoo/toothpaste/whatever has leaked all over your new dress, the one that’s dry-clean only. We’ve all been there. I’m not bitter or anything though. :)

Pedometer
When we weren’t hanging out by the pool, we were exploring at the casinos on the strip. The Las Vegas Strip is a funny thing. The hotels are so large that everything looks really close, but after you walk and walk and walk, you realize that your destination, which seemed like only a few blocks in the distance, really took you 45 minutes to get to. I’d love to have a pedometer with me to see how far I actually walked. You know, so I can justify those buffets.

Clutch
Lugging around a heavy purse is never fun, especially on vacation. That’s why a smaller hand purse would have come in very handy (no pun intended). There are a ton of things in my regular purse that I don’t really need on vacation. With a small clutch, I could just take exactly what I need and save the back and shoulder aches from my 10 lb purse at home.

So those are just a few of the promotional products that I wish I’d taken with me on my Vegas vacation. I guess I’ll just have to go back again and bring them, you know, so I can let you know how it goes.

Lee
Marketing Coordinator

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