Recent PPAI study shows benefit of advertising with promotional products

Clearwater, FL – September 24, 2014 –   Following a major recession, the economy is slowly starting to rebound and many business owners are still seeking ways to expand their business and get their name out in the community, as well as how to do all of that affordably on a budget.

Logolenses Retro premium sunglasses

Logolenses Retro premium sunglasses

LogoLenses is happy to announce that they offer reseller and affiliate partnerships for their customized sunglasses. “There is a collaboration with the customers on the designs. Resellers get their products at a 20% discount plus free shipping in the U.S. on all orders over $100,” said customer service representative, Riley Walsky. “As part of the affiliate program, they would get 5% off all of their customer’s purchases and LogoLenses would issue them a 15% check monthly.”

 

Retro two-toned sunglasses with black front

Retro two-toned sunglasses with black front

According to a 2012 study conducted by Promotional Products Association International (PPAI), Eight in 10 consumers own between one and 10 promotional products and six in 10 keep them for more than 2 years. Fifty-three percent reported using a promotional item at least once a week or more often.  The main reason people gave for keeping a promotional product is usefulness. Most promotional products are kept at home (54%) or on the person (24%). It was found that 42% of products deemed not worth keeping were either filed away and ignored or given to someone else. Only one in 5 people throws away unwanted promotional products.

Retro two-toned sunglasses with white front

Retro two-toned sunglasses with white front

 

In an effort to make any business more recognizable, LogoLenses has completely customizable sunglasses with full color printing on the lenses and one color printing on the side arms. Many of the LogoLenses glasses feature a company logo or motto. Business owners often get the phone number or website address imprinted on the side arms of the glasses.

“LogoLenses has several companies that keep standing orders with us three or four times a year,” Walsky said. “Glasses were made for the Today Show Concert Series and LogoLenses has made glasses for tiny Mom and Pop stores all over the United States. Using these glasses as a form of advertising is incredibly popular among the LogoLenses customers. Charities have used the glasses to promote specific causes and several major businesses have use them for specific promotional events. The glasses are affordable, top quality and completely customizable.”

Because usefulness is important when choosing which promotional products to give out for advertising purposes, LogoLenses proudly stands behind a top-quality product. Each pair of glasses offers 400 UV protection and meets American National Standards Institute SI Z80.3 blocking requirements. The LogoLenses sunglasses block light rays with wavelengths up to 400 nanometers, which means eyes will be shielded from even the tiniest UV rays.

LogoLenses glasses are memorable and will help make any company more recognizable. Seven in 10 consumers recalled receiving at least one promotional product in the past year. While 88% recalled the advertiser from a promotional product reviewed from the past.

LogoLenses is one of the top customizable sunglasses manufacturer and distributor of the United States. Although their corporate office is located in sunny Clearwater Florida, they ship all of their products internationally. LogoLenses offers competitive pricing, quantity discount pricing and lowest price guarantees. LogoLenses technicians process each order promptly and efficiently and nearly 100% of all orders leave the production facility within 48 hours.

 

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