It’s World Autism Awareness Day: Wholesale Autism Awareness Products
If you have an event coming up, check out our wholesale autism awareness designs.
If you've been around Facebook lately, you might've noticed some of your friends telling you to don blue today to support autism awareness. It is indeed World Autism Awareness Day. According to the Arlington Advocate, "One in 110 children are diagnosed with autism, making it more common than pediatric cancer, diabetes and AIDS combined."
Those are startling numbers, and as more and more families are touched by autism, awareness is growing and more people are joining the cause. Events are springing up in April, which is Autism Awareness Month, and throughout the year to support research into the spectrum disorders, their causes and the best courses of treatment.
If you're planning on hosting or attending at one of the autism awareness events, we've created some custom designs to make picking out wholesale autism awareness promotional products a bit easier. Most feature the puzzle design, and you can see the entire selection on our awareness design page.
I chose this full-color tote bag for our autism design featuring a colorful puzzle design and the statement "Making the Connections." The tote bag comes in five colors, but I thought the blue really made the design stand out, so I went with that. The canvas tote bedecked with the autism design works great because it will get a lot of exposure - recipients can use it to grocery shop, head to the beach or as an overnight bag. You can spread the message of autism awareness and acceptance using this colorful autism promotion.
Next up, I went down the price scale and landed on these hand-held fans. They're available for under a dollar each if you get 1,000 or more, so they'd be good handouts at autism awareness walks or other summer outdoor events held to promote autism awareness. I covered the fan with our "Building Awareness Creates Compassion" design, which is super colorful and holds to the puzzle theme of many autism awareness campaigns.
Finally, I grabbed an old favorite - the $2.99 white custom T-shirts - and added a very simple autism awareness design to the front. It shows a few colorful pieces of a puzzle and simply states "Autism Awareness." I think these autism T-shirts would be good for walk events or any autism awareness events. You can get any quantity above 144 for $2.99 each, although the set-up fee will be a bit extra for the full-color design.
Are you doing anything to promote autism awareness this month or in the coming months? Did you wear blue this morning?