Fourth of July Party Ideas for Your Promotional Event
Independence Day gives America the opportunity to celebrate its storied history by gathering for cookouts, family gatherings and outdoor festivities. It's also a great opportunity for businesses to engage with local audiences by participating in community events. Here are some Fourth of July party ideas to help you connect with customers in your area.
- Serve up some patriotic parfaits. Whether you're hosting an event or simply operating a booth, you can attract some serious foot traffic by setting up a patriotic fruit-and-yogurt parfait station, consisting of three layers of red raspberries, white yogurt and blueberries. Serve each one in a clear branded party cup and increase brand recognition while boosting goodwill among prospective customers.
- Hold a drawing for patriotic prizes If you're looking for ways to keep guests interested and engaged at your event, consider holding a drawing. You can make the contest especially relevant by awarding winners with patriotic promotional products, such as Stars & Stripes 6-Can lunch coolers, Field & Co. Americana computer backpacks or versatile patriotic tote bags that showcase Old Glory.
- Provide personalized Independence Day party favors. It doesn't matter whether you are hosting a community barbecue, music festival or intimate gathering with key clients; you should strongly consider investing in promotional party favors that showcase your company's logo. There are countless affordable options to choose from, including patriotic Malibu sunglasses, patriotic canvas tote bags, Koozies, sunscreen bottles and sprays, lip balm and hand sanitizer. If you are looking to build loyalty and goodwill among valuable clients, consider offering branded barbecue sets, golf gifts or other summer-themed products.
- Celebrate America's independence for more than a day. Many companies hold special promotions or sales for the 4th of July, because shoppers tend to be more active and engaged during this time of year. You can leverage this by offering Independence Day discounts that begin on July 4 and span one or even two weeks. Use your 4th of July event to let people know about your discounts. You can customize your party cups, napkins and other party favors with lettering and graphics that promote the sale.
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From barbecues and parades to fairs and charity runs, most communities host some type of event or celebration to help honor America's independence. If there’s an opportunity to have a table or booth, you should seize it to help showcase your service or products. You should also look for opportunities to partner with restaurants and other non-competing businesses to organize your own 4th of July community events. This provides a perfect way to engage and network with new potential customers that have ties to your area and shop small or local.
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