Because I love promotional products so much, I use them a lot. Even before I started Perfect Imprints in 1999, I was a big advocate for promotional items. The ones I use, I test thoroughly in several different scenarios. Sometimes they work great. Sometimes they are not up to the task. This review is for the Sporty Shoe Lights. My review below is based on real world usage of this item with honest pros and cons.
When you think about trick or treating, candy is the first thing that comes to mind to drop in a trick or treat bag. However, is there something better you can give out? Of course, from a health perspective, there is always something better than candy.
But thinking beyond edible treats, there are many other options, including toys, educational items, and safety items.
My personal favorite Halloween giveaways that I want to focus on in this blog are safety items. These are way better than candy to give out to trick or treaters. Not only will they help keep kids safer while trick or treating, but they will also promote your business.
The reason I want to focus on safety giveaways is because Halloween is the deadliest day of the year for child-related pedestrian fatalities. This statement shouldn't
Thousands of pedestrian deaths happen each year due to motor vehicle incidents. The number of children involved in these incidents doubles on Halloween night and most, if not all, are completely preventable.
Overall, October is ranked No. 2 in motor vehicle deaths by month, just behind August.
The statistics are certainly scary. Your first instinct may be to cease trick or treating activities; however, you can't let these statistics bully you. You should take warning though and educate your children on the safety rules. Make sure your kids fully comprehend the rules and intend to follow them.
National Safety Month is observed each June and it is a time to bring awareness about virtually any type of safety issues in the workplace, around the home, and everywhere. National Safety Month is spearheaded by the National Safety Council each year and this year...