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Three Tiers for Personalized Bulk Christmas Ornaments

Published 26 October 10 01:53 PM
Oh noes. It's coming.

This morning in a meeting, I heard those words for the first time in 2010: "Black Friday." Eep. It's really not that far away. Stores already have their holiday season wares out, and I've already slipped into the mode of convincing myself I'll shop early this year (I will. Yes, I will.).

With Black Friday comes the full on holiday season. Did you know there are only 59 more shopping days until Christmas? It's true, if you trust my math skills. With all this taken into account, I'm taking the plunge. Welcome to the first holiday post of 2010 on this blog. You weren't expecting it so soon, were you?

To make the transition to crazy easier for everyone, I didn't choose any nutso crazy pants products to focus on. Instead, I picked out three of our personalized bulk Christmas ornaments, gussied them up with pricing info for 500 pieces and broke them down by cost.

Also, I like these ornaments. While I don't have a tree and, to the dismay of my grandmother, likely never, ever will, I am still allowed to like Christmas ornaments. These three could land in a gift bag addressed to me and I'd like them enough to find a place for them, even though I have no tree.

One of the great things about personalized bulk Christmas ornaments is that each year, you get a whole new bunch of exposure for your brand, too. Say you own a car care business. You hand out some personalized bulk Christmas ornaments to your favorite customers. They hang said ornaments on their trees. Next year, they pull out the ornaments again, and remember that they need an oil change. There you have a win.

Or maybe the recipients, let's call them the Murrays, have one of your super sweet personalized bulk Christmas ornaments on their tree. The David family comes over for a yule log and some apple cider or whatever it is people do around Christmas, and the David family sees the ornament and remembers that their aging Honda Civic needs an oil change. Win again. Consider these three personalized bulk Christmas ornaments, with three different levels of pricing.

Bulk Custom Bell Ornaments: These holiday bell ornaments are new to ADVANCE Custom Promotions this year and I really like how simple they are. They're flat and gold-toned with red accents. The imprint area is large enough to get the message across but not overwhelming where it would appear recipients have a giant blinking commercial on the tree. These are also the lowest priced of the three tiers, at $1,490 for 500, including set-up fees.

Custom Ball Ornaments: It's middle of the road here, with a classic choice, a glass ball ornament filled with shredded shiny mylar. Pick out a one-color imprint and you can place it front and center, so you can use it for your business logo or for a personalized message, like a family sentiment or a custom holiday message for your employees. For 500 of these custom ball ornaments, it will cost $2,355, including the set-up fees.

Personalized Wholesale Snowman Ornaments: With gift boxes and carrot noses, these blown glass ornaments will make a good impression on recipients. They have an old-fashioned feel, and would be great to sell as fundraisers for sports teams or to distribute to employees during the holiday season. The total cost for 500 would be $3,995, and there's no set-up fees on these personalized wholesale snowman ornaments.

And now, back to my regularly scheduled non-Christmas or holiday posts. At least for the meantime ...

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About Lynn Jusinski

After an internship at a home magazine where she wrote about media rooms and $500,000 pool renovations from the comfort of a teeny, cluttered dorm room, Lynn Jusinski graduated from a small college in Pennsylvania and then moved on to write for two weekly newspapers in suburban Philadelphia. A column she penned for the papers won an award from the Pennsylvania Newspaper Association. In 2007, Lynn moved back to the magazine world, and worked full-time as an associate editor for ADVANCE for Health Information Professionals. Her work on the magazine led to “Rookie of the Year” honors and a second place feature award in the annual Editorial Excellence Awards presented by Merion Publications Inc. In her free time, Lynn is typically stuck in traffic, shopping, reading, constructing poorly made crafts and hanging out in and around her hometown.
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