The First Day of Autumn!

Zach-Dischner-Fall-PallateToday is the first day of the fall season. I can’t lie. I LOVE the fall. From the crisp air to the new fall fashions (especially the shoes), I love everything about it. Because of this love affair, I try to incorporate as much as I can into this time. Whether it’s attending an outdoor fair, pumpkin patch or charity walk, I try to spend as much time as possible in the great outdoors.

As the weather continues to cool and the leaves begin to change into the familiar browns, oranges, yellows and reds of fall, it’s a great time to think about your upcoming promotions and fall themed events. Whether you’re like me and want to enjoy the weather outside, or you just like to enjoy the view from your cozy home, fall themed promotions can be a lot of fun.

Want to reward your employees for all their hard work? Consider hosting a Halloween party at the end of October. Give away Halloween totes and candy to your employees and clients. Make sure to give your employees lots of notice if you want to have a costume contest. Or consider pulling together a corporate team to participate in a breast cancer walk to raise awareness. You can even host a pumpkin patch or hayride! There are tons of ways to increase employee morale while building a stronger team.

And while you’re at it, make sure to outfit your team in branded apparel and headwear. From warm fleece jackets and vests to knit beanies and winter caps, appropriate apparel is key to distinguishing your group at events.

Get out and enjoy the weather while promoting your brand and business with custom promotional products and apparel. And don’t be afraid to take advantage of the season when planning your promotions.

Hooray for fall!

Kim
Marketing Coordinator
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