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Promotional Cell Phone Holder - Call: 888-577-6667 SuperiorPromos.com

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Published on Sep 6, 2016

It seems like everyone carries a cell phone or MP3 player with them everywhere they go. In fact, more than 80 percent of the US population has a cell phone. In addition, nearly 16 percent of households are "wireless-only" meaning they no longer use a traditional land line. This trend to stay in-touch and plugged-in is an opportunity to expand your marketing. Cell phone and MP3 holders are easily customized with your company logo.
Electronics-related promotional items are perfect for any business since cell phone and MP3 use crosses all age and gender boundaries. Even some school children have their own personal cell phones these days. Adults use MP3 players while working out, traveling and commuting. When you're planning your marketing campaign and promotional item purchases, consider adding a few cell phone and MP3 items to the mix. You can use these items at trade shows, college recruiting events and job fairs. These items also make great giveaways, premium gifts and referral incentives.
Customizable promotional items include holders that clip to a belt, desk caddies for PDAs, hands-free headsets, pouches that snap on to purses or backpacks, phone holders and chargers. Additional items specifically for MP3 players include armband holders and the iSac.
Most custom imprinted cell phone holders will cost anywhere from $2 to $10 each. A few items will cost more. You'll typically be limited to one location, one color screen printing. Luckily, the design of the items makes the placement of your company information highly visible. Every time someone uses your custom promotional item, you get free advertising for your business. Your customers are using cell phones and MP3 players every day - you might as well offer them a free accessory that benefits you both.

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