Crackers are a fun, interactive and rewarding way to showcase a brand and reward customers or staff, especially over the festive season.
Simply Crackers provide bespoke branded Christmas crackers and work with businesses across the UK and Europe. Perfect for promotions, events and parties, crackers can be made to a company’s own design and branding requirements and include any gift of their choice.
Christmas cracker gifts can include high quality chocolates, jewellery and pens. Crackers can also be designed to include the company’s own products such as money off coupons, vouchers, trial size products or branded gifts such as keyrings, USB and magnets.
[From PromoVeritas] .The rise of social networks such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram has revolutionised the way promotions are run. They enable campaigns to be launched quickly, cheaply and easily in just about any country of the world.
Until recently Snapchat, with its reliance on now you see it, now you don’t images, and lack of database facilities, has not been a suitable platform for running promotional campaigns. But with over 200 million users and 1 billion views per day there is a large opportunity that is yet to be tapped!
What do dog treats, toothpaste and recipes have in common?
They’re all products which companies have included in promotional crackers by Simply Crackers. Organisations from across the UK have used their bespoke branded crackers on a variety of activity from promotions through to customer and employee reward.
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