Water bottle with government logo can help boost morale
Amherst N.Y.-based Maxx Global Concepts offers a 25-oz. stainless steel water bottle that public sector agencies often buy. School districts, municipalities, ambulance/EMS systems and similar organizations distribute the product to their employees, students and others.
“Organizations use them for giveaways at events such as government and corporate morale-building exercises, safety award ceremonies, corporate and government BBQs and picnics, holiday and political events and other departmental activities, says Mark Wright, director of marketing at the company. He says that the product appeals to, and offers utility to every demographic. The manufacturer’s suggested retail price for the water bottle is $39.99, with quantity discounts available.
“Administrators at many schools hand them out to the students at the end of the school year as a commemoration for their academic achievements,” adds Wright. “I have also seen the Fire Halls use them as the giveaways when giving tours of the station to the public.”
The firm offers about 800 different items in its catalog. “We supply police, fire, and EMS departments with logoed flashlights as well,” says Wright. The flashlights show the department logo, as well as the badge numbers for the top officers. The badge number of the individual is engraved on the barrel of the flashlight, says Wright. The firm also produces apparel with organizations’ logos, as well as flash drives, key chains and writing instruments.