Monday, February 20, 2012

A Few Promotional Product Ideas to help Celebrate St. Patrick's Day.

St. Patrick's Day is celebrated on Saturday March 17, 2012. This religious feast day and the anniversary of his death in the fifth century. The Irish have observed and celebrated this day as a religious holiday for over a thousand years. Why not help celebrate this Holiday with an Idea or 2? Here are the 7 Luckiest Promotional Product Ideas to use for St. Patrick's Day:




1. Four Leaf Clover Lapel Pin.
The four leaf clover is a universally accepted symbol of good luck with its origin ages old. According to legend, Eve carried a four leaf clover from the Garden of Eden. For more information, contact John Kennedy at 702-324-1334 or Email to kennedypromos@yahoo.com


2. Little Green Book of Blarney
Pocket-sized, colorfully designed gift book offers essential information, tips, recipes and more enclosed by an elastic band that also acts as a place holder. For more information, contact John Kennedy at 702-324-1334 or Email to kennedypromos@yahoo.com









3. Celtic Flask
Round six-ounce pewter flask with Celtic Kai knot brass inlay. For more information, contact John Kennedy at 702-324-1334 or Email to kennedypromos@yahoo.com







4. Erin Go Bragh Flag
The 3’ x 5’ nylon outdoor flag is specially treated to resist sun and chemical deterioration. Finished with a strong, durable snow-white header and brass grommets. For more information, contact John Kennedy at 702-324-1334 or Email to kennedypromos@yahoo.com








5. Leprechaun Hats
Fun holiday masks with leprechaun faces and a 12” elastic band attached. For more information, contact John Kennedy at 702-324-1334 or Email to kennedypromos@yahoo.com








6. Seeded Shamrock Paper
Seed paper ornament in a 4-leaf clover shape with planting instruction card. For more information, contact John Kennedy at 702-324-1334 or Email to kennedypromos@yahoo.com







7. Irish Tweed Cap
100% virgin wool tweed cap is naturally water-repellent and wind resistant. Tiny flecks of woven color woven originate from dye made from blackberries, fuchsia and moss plants. For more information, contact John Kennedy at 702-324-1334 or Email to kennedypromos@yahoo.com
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