NFL Playoff Picture: 49ers, Maybe; Promotional Koozies, Definitely.

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.

Despite their loss this week to the San Diego Chargers (which put their record at 5-9 for the year), the San Francisco 49ers remain in playoff contention and could in fact still win their division. Currently, the St. Louis Rams lead the NFC West with a record of 6-8, while the 49ers are in third behind the Seattle Seahawks. Sportscasters and football fans alike have lamented the state of this particular division since early in the season.

But even if your team won’t be bound for the playoffs come January, you can still enjoy the end-of-season competition as Super Bowl XLV draws nearer from the comfort of your living room with a bowl of chips and a promotional koozie to keep your beverage of choice cold until halftime and beyond.

Promotional koozies are one of my favorite promotional products: they come in a wide array of colors and materials and are a great choice for any occasion, from wedding receptions to tailgating parties. If you’re hosting a Super Bowl party (or just want to give your friends yet another way to declare their love for your team), consider having promotional koozies printed with your favorite player’s number or your team’s slogan. You’ll never forget the trials and tribulations of the 2010-2011 NFL season – which, of course, could be the last for awhile.

Kelsey
Marketing Coordinator
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