I have to say, I’m bit sad I didn’t see this little gem until the very end of March Madness! The Desktop Basketball Globe Promotional Game is a cute new desk toy that lets you shoot some hoops from the comfort of your desk chair.
I love this idea! How fun to have a mini basketball game that simply sits on your desk. No balls to lose. No hoops to hang. Just an easy, fun mental break at your fingertips. Four inches in diameter and complete with its own desk stand, the Desktop Basketball Globe Game is the perfect promotional game for any basketball-themed promotions.
Sick of board games? Tired of Bingo? Well, say hello to Bunco, a dice game invented in 18th-century England. While Bunco was a popular gambling game during the 1920s and Prohibition era, it has now evolved into a social dice game where players typically compete for door prizes instead of money. Although promotional gambling products are commonly incorporated into casino night fundraisers or galas, Bunco is a more family-friendly option that does not require any skill or practice, thus appealing to a broader audience. To learn the rules of Bunco and find out how starting a Bunco league can benefit your brand, keep reading…
Scott Pilgrim vs. The World, the newest addition to the long list of comics-inspired movies, hits theaters this Friday. If the adorable Michael Cera isn’t enough to get you excited about the film, don’t worry – there’s an app for that! Universal Studios has created a game that is reminiscent of the classic Nintendo game Mike Tyson’s Punch-Out, in which Scott falls in love with his dream girl and must defeat 7 ex-boyfriends to win her over. Promotional games are an incredibly versatile way to get fans excited about a product or event – from iPhone apps to custom chess sets, this sort of marketing is a practically foolproof way to engage an audience. Having put myself in Scott’s shoes and tried to defeat all of Ramona’s exes in the virtual realm will sure have me rooting for him from my seat in the theater this weekend!
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