Beware the Ides of March (and Rebecca Black) with Promotional Calendars

Welcome to this week’s edition of “Trending Topic Tuesday,” where we share our take on what’s going on in the world and what promotional products would appropriately (or inappropriately) market the subject matter.

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The Ides of March are upon us, which means impending doom (if it’s 44 B.C. and you’re Julius Caesar, anyway). Some people are still superstitious about March 15, though, and if you’re caught off guard when the date sneaks up on you, it can be extra harrowing. Thankfully, though, if you’ve got some promotional calendars in plain view at your home or office, you won’t be unprepared for such discomfort.

In addition to dates surrounded by superstition such as the Ides of March and Friday the 13th, promotional calendars can help keep you up-to-date (pun maybe intended) on things like, say, Friday – which, as the new viral music video from Rebecca Black tells us, comes after Thursday and before Saturday. Who knew?

Whether you’re a fan of the so-called sensation that is “Friday” or you actually appreciate music, you can’t disagree with the lyrics, especially when you refer to your promotional calendars: “Yesterday was Thursday/today is Friday./We’re so excited … . We gonna have a ball today./Tomorrow is Saturday and Sunday comes afterwards/I don’t want this weekend to end.”

So if you’re looking forward to Friday, your summer vacation, or the holidays, or if you’re just trying to prepare yourself for such nerve-wracking dates as the Ides of March, get your hands on a promotional calendar. You’ll never miss a weekend again (nor will you have to endure Rebecca Black’s YouTube video to figure out the order of the days of the week).

Kelsey
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