Three Great Designs for 2010 Occupational Therapy Month Promotions
Use these to make your promotional products pop.
While Punxsy Phil predicts winter and more winter ahead, April is actually not that far away. Flowers will bloom, the sky will produce rain instead of snow and I won't be driving to work in the dark and driving home in the dark. At least this is what I tell myself. In any case, April is National Occupational Therapy Month, and if you're looking for promotional OT products, now's the time to get cracking.
We have some new exclusive ADVANCE designs this year along with our classic designs ready for you to use for your OT Month promotions. To show them off in style, I headed to our Virtual Workshop, created some samples and put my novice-est of novice design skills to use (thanks, Paint.net!).
Here's what I came up with for OT Month designs plus OT Month promotional products, and I'll add in some other suggestions for kicks.
This is our brand spanking new exclusive 2010 OT Month design. I thought it looked pretty on this rotund screwy aluminum water bottle. This design could easily work on shirts, balloons, mugs or anything, really, because there are plenty of colors to match.
Next up, I chose to slap this OT logo on this cooler/totebag. The cooler bag comes in a variety of colors, and the logo looked good with most of them, but really shows up great on the black. The detail on this design is great, too -- the letters are made up of children in various poses. Because this OT design is simple, it could go on any number of OT Month promotions, from pens to keychains to notebooks or shirts.
Last, I liked how this heart design looks on a plain old white mug. This graphic works well for OT Month promotions this year, because the 2010 theme is Living Life to Its FullestTM and this graphic says "Living Your Best Life With Occupational Therapy." This OT Month graphic would work on items where it gets to spread out a bit, like notebooks, totebags, T-shirts or our biodegradable latex balloons.
What do you think? Will you be celebrating OT Month 2010? What are your plans?