Festival & Home Show Goodie Bags – What Goes in Them?

  • Mar 26, 2018

Spring and summer are the busiest times for festivals and home and garden shows, and organizers of these events have a lot on their plate when planning these events! One of the best parts of attending an event is going home with a goodie bag full of gadgets, stickers, coupons and other fun items. What will be in yours?

One thing that will make your event memorable and stand out against the rest, ensuring re-attendance the next year around and new business, is making sure you’re sending attendees home with unique items that they will appreciate and use. At Impressions In Print, when we start working with a client on an event strategy, we research the visitors and their needs. What are the demographics – and which of those best align with our client’s target audience.  

For instance, if you are a landscaping company with a booth at a local home and garden show, giving away a goodie bag with fun seed starters or baseball caps for sun protection will set you apart from the competitor giving away plastic cups and pens. Your audience will remember your company’s name and might even look to you for new materials when their seeds kits are sprouting and they’re ready to start their spring garden!

If you’re hosting an outdoor festival this summer, your guests are paying for the experience at a time when there are new music and craft beer festivals popping up every year. Make yours the most memorable by filling your goodie bags with items like insulated cups to stay hydrated, or portable fans to stay cool. Your guests will appreciate being comfortable and remember the great time they had when planning their festival season next year!

Your company’s investment in an event is expensive, so make sure you get the maximum value by partnering with an experienced, professional promotional products company like Impressions In Print, that can help develop a strategy and guide your choices.

If you have questions about what’s right for your customers, give us a call at 800-247-6201 or 757-497-0671.

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