Our 5 Favorite Promotional Products of the Week: Sticker Packs, Jerseys and More
Happy Veterans Day! We’re always grateful for the men and women who served in the nation’s military, but today is all about thanking them for their service and sacrifices.
What better way to enjoy a national holiday than checking in on some of the latest and greatest promotional products we’ve seen from around the industry and beyond? What are you going to do, not look at the computer? We don’t think so.
1. Philadelphia Union x Chester High School
@PhilaUnion fans coming to our match on Sunday: Chester High School soccer merch will finally be available in the Union Shop 💙🧡
All proceeds fund the Philadelphia Union Foundation’s programming in Chester! pic.twitter.com/THRWutT96A
— X - Philadelphia Union (@PhilaUnion) November 4, 2020
If you don’t follow Major League Soccer that closely, you might not know that the Philadelphia Union actually play in nearby Chester, Pa. So, it’s pretty cool that the team worked with the local community and is hyping up the local kids through promotional giveaways.
2. ‘Peanuts’ and Uniqlo Children’s Apparel
— UNIQLO (@UniqloUSA) November 3, 2020
Who says kids can't also be stylish? Uniqlo is incorporating the timeless characters from “Peanuts” onto a collection of kids’ apparel ready for the fall and beyond.
3. A24 Sticker Pack
We don’t really hide our love for film studio A24 around here. We’ve featured it in full length stories and in previous installments of the Faves. The branding is as strong as the actual film output.
4. ‘Head of State’ Ruler
Now seems like an appropriate time to remember this often overlooked Chris Rock/Bernie Mac flick, doesn’t it? Now that’s a strong presidential ticket.
5. Philadelphia 76ers City Edition Jersey
The threads. 🧵 pic.twitter.com/mDf4Mvk2V3
— Philadelphia 76ers (@sixers) November 10, 2020
You didn't seriously think we’d ignore the new Sixers jersey, did you? The outline of Boathouse Row, just around the corner from the PM offices, is such a cool touch. Sure, the Liberty Bell is always a safe Philly motif, but it’s not the only thing we have to offer. See if you can spot the sneaky “TTP” (Trust the process) located in the design.