Welcome to Anchorage Promotional Products!
Our goal: To enable everyone who is part of a group to share with the world that dedication. Our philosophy: To support local businesses wherever possible. Our system: To use local manufacturing and supply. Our head office may not be local, but we use local manufacturers right here in Promotional Products as much as possible that's why we have this site. We ship direct from the manufacturer to you, saving on freight, emissions, and helping keep a shorter turnaround time so you get your goods right when you need them.
Anchorage Promotional Products
Studies have shown that something as simple as a post-it note can generate an average of 17 impressions per sheet. So if you invest $0.50 and give someone a 25 sheet pad with your logo on every sheet, that means your cost per impression is approximately one tenth of a penny. That’s hard to beat!
With your brand being in front of your clients and prospects on a daily basis as they are with promotional products, these people gain a comfort level with your product and logo and are more likely to think of you first when making a purchasing decision.
Promotional products can be used to drive traffic to a website, a tradeshow booth, or as part of a follow up to a meeting. Are you sponsoring an event? Give something out that will have the participants of the event wanting to find out more.
How many hotel pens have you picked up over the years? What about trade show giveaways and golf tournament gifts? All of these items have proven track records of success when generating leads for companies. Looking to get into that tough account that has a gatekeeper from hell? Try giving them a little something to thank them for their time and you will be amazed at the doors that will open for you.
It is much easier to sell something to someone who has bought from you before. Brand extensions, new product launches, and other product improvements can be announced to existing customers with flair on a great promotional item.
Good people are hard to find, and once you do find them, they are expensive to train and keep happy. A simple way is to give them something on their anniversaries, when they’ve done something over and above, or if you are celebrating a company milestone. They are part of your team and whatever you did, you couldn’t have done it without them so show them how much you value their choice to work with you!
These are just a few examples of how companies large and small are differentiating themselves in the marketplace in the eyes of their employees, customers, and stakeholders, and adding value to everyone involved.