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Promotional Travel Essentials: Perfect Products for the Globetrotter

Exploring new places and new cultures across the world is an exciting experience. Whether your customers are traveling for business or for pleasure, making their travels as smooth as possible is a surefire way for your brand to Make the right impression™.

Promotional travel products are perfect for guaranteeing smooth sailing travel for your customers, and they’re the ideal way to ensure your brand and logo travels as far and as wide as they do!

These promotional travel essentials are perfect for jet setters and globetrotters alike, and they’re guaranteed to gain some serious mileage and exposure:

Cutter & Buck Legacy Passport Wallet

Before your customers set off on their travels, they’ll need a safe place to keep their tickets and other important documents. The Cutter & Buck Legacy Passport Wallet is able to hold two credit cards and contains a mesh ID holder, deterring others from seeing sensitive information. In addition, there’s a roomy pocket for storing money, boarding passes, and more, as well as a hand dandy passport pocket. It’s made of durable and attractive leather, and is compact for easy storage. Getting your logo custom printed onto this wallet will be perfect for helping customers stay organized and calm when traveling – all while reminding them of your value.

Cutter & Buck Legacy Passport Wallet

Luxe 19″ Hardside 4-Wheeled Spinner Carry-On

Now that your customers have their tickets in hand, they’re ready to pack their bags. This expandable and sturdy suitcase with 360-degree wheels is very easy to carry and drag. To ensure that items remain safe and secure, it comes with a TSA lock, and the straps and zippered compartments on the inside ensure your items stay in place during travel. The lightweight build provides the added benefit of meeting the carry-on baggage size requirements of most major airlines. Through the printing method of debossing, your custom logo can be printed directly on this suitcase, and as your customers carry this with them on their travels, your brand will quickly see increased visibility across the board.

Luxe Hardside 4-Wheeled Spinner Carry-on

Travel Pro USB 2-Pole Adapter & USB Charger

Once customers have reached their destination, they’ll need a way to charge up their devices, regardless of where they may be. The Travel Pro USB 2-Pole Adapter & USB Charger, which functions in more than 150 countries, should definitely meet their needs. You can custom print your logo on the front, and as an added bonus, this custom power bank comes equipped with an LED backlight that prominently highlights your logo and makes your brand shine. Besides being effectively multipurpose, it’s also very easy to store and transport. Giving your brand this extra jolt will help customers relate to and connect with it.

Travel Pro USB 2-Pole Adapter & USB Charger

Custom promotional products like these travel essentials can make your brand an important and necessary part of a great travel experience, as well as remind customers why your brand really matters.

With the sheer size and scope of the travel industry, these items will keep your brand on the move, and you can increase your brand’s chances of being seen locally, nationally, and perhaps even internationally!

 

More Promotional Travel Items on the Way for Business Executives, Study Finds

A recent survey by American Airlines found that business executives expect their travel needs – and those of their employees – to increase through 2012. One possible reason for the rise in travel may be the slight economic recovery, as well as the fact that more than half of all survey respondents viewed face-to-face business meetings as vital to the ongoing success of their business.

In the ad specialty industry alone, many owners are beginning to include tradeshows in their fiscal budgets. And, it seems as though they won’t let an out of town location stop them, according to Advertising Specialty Institute, the leading industry organization.

As a result of the increase in air travel, promotional travel items are becoming an increasingly effective way to reach business owners and C-level executives in all industries.

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Memorial Day Travel Made Easy with Promotional Travel Items

Despite an alarming (and unwelcome) increase in gas prices over the past few weeks, Americans seem surprisingly undeterred in their plans to travel over the 2011 Memorial Day Weekend. Airlines have increased fares more than six times this year to make up for a 30 percent rise in fuel prices, however, the need to spend more seems to have had little effect on the plans of the 34.9 million people who will travel 50 miles plus over this upcoming long weekend. In fact, a recent USA Today/Gallup poll revealed that 71 percent of Americans have prepared for an increase in the amount of money required for personal travel expenses this year, compared to the 39 percent in 2010 who echoed that same sentiment when the average price of gas was only around $2.80 a gallon.

To compensate for higher expenses and make traveling more comfortable, many will rely on certain promotional travel items and cut out other unnecessary vacation costs. But, try as they may, there are certain factors that vacationer’s can simply not control. The stress of long security lines, potential lost baggage, or road-rage inducing traffic for example are sometimes unavoidable. Travel problems, however, can thankfully also be alleviated with specific promotional travel items designed especially for those traveling by either plane or car.

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Use Promotional Travel Items While You Still Can!

nate steinerIf you’ve ever been on an airplane, you are familiar with the “sardine packing” sensation that is flying. Recently in the news, there have been a lot of issues with passengers invading each other’s personal space. Today, CNN reported on an incident aboard an American Airlines flight where a disgruntled flyer was promptly escorted off the flight by police, and then charged with assault. What sparked this air rage? A reclined seat.

According to the criminal complaint, when Brian Dougal reclined his seat, Tomisalv Zelenovi, forcefully bumped Dougal ‘s chair. Words were exchanged between the pair, and ultimately the argument ended with Zelenovi shaking the back of Dougal’s seat, and continuously pulling on Dougal’s ear until his glasses fell from his head.

As cabins increasingly shrink, incidents like this have sparked a whole debate on whether reclining airline seats is a privilege or a right. Right now the debate is split. Many travelers believe that reclining is a right that comes with purchasing a seat, while others say it’s a privilege, and doing it is disrespectful.

As the debate continues it will be interesting to see how far airlines will go to avoid further scuffles. But until then, feel free to stretch out, break out those promotional travel items and go to town!

Lauren Cohen

Multimedia Coordinator

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Promotional Travel Items for Oprah’s Lucky Studio Audience


On Monday’s season premiere of “The Oprah Winfrey Show,” now in its 25th and final season, Oprah announced that all 300 members of her live studio audience would be receiving an all expenses paid, eight day trip to Australia! Another perk she decided to include? Tickets to a December taping of her show at the world-famous Sydney Opera House. Oprah’s lists of “Favorite Things,” which she generously gives to audiences semi-annually, have included promotional travel items like flip video cameras and plush travel blankets in the past, but this is definitely one of the most prestigious, extreme gifts she has ever given to her audience members. Keep reading…

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