Pink Products to Promote Your Awareness Campaigns

By September 18, 2018Promotional Insight
Pink Promotional Products for Breast Cancer Awareness
Pink Promotional Products for Breast Cancer Awareness

Pink Promotional Products for Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Use our hand-picked collection of pink promotional products as marketing tools this year

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Companies nationwide will be using pink promotional products in a show of solidarity to end breast cancer.

Did you know there will be an estimated 268,670 new cases of invasive breast cancer in 2018? This, among other alarming statistics, provides a good reason for your organization to participate in awareness campaigns that help fund breast cancer research.

Pink ribbons, shirts, and bracelets are items you’ll see a lot of this October. If that’s too traditional for your tastes, consider some of these less costly pink promotional products and make your philanthropic marketing dollars go further.

  1. Branded Bandanas
    This seamless, tube-shaped bandanas can be worn in 13 different ways. Sport your screen printed logo on a pink bandana to show your company’s true philanthropic colors. Camo options are also available.
  2. Nail File in Plastic Sleeve
    These custom nail files can be imprinted in full-color digital printing. The packaging makes this beauty aid ideal for traveling and features both a fine and medium grit board.
  3. Pink Tote Bag
    Stand out with this tote bag. It features reinforced 22-inch straps and bottom 3-inch gussets with a hemmed opening. There is a camo option available as well.
  4. Awareness Grip Pen
    Imprint a personal message or your company logo for some positive publicity.

Take this opportunity to make a difference in the fight against breast cancer. Don’t have time to browse our catalog for more pink-themed promotional products? Rely on your Outreach rep to do the searching for you. Send your rep an email through our Project Portals, fill out this contact form, or connect with us on LinkedIn.



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