Few things capture more attention in a downpour than a branded umbrella.

When a customized umbrella is open, it becomes a moving billboard that advertises your company or message. It’s marketing genius! In rain or sun, branded umbrellas work for you.

Personalized golf umbrellas are incredibly unique gifts and rewards. They are a smart choice for businesses who want to show their clients and employees how much they care.

Could your business or organization benefit by adding branded umbrellas to your marketing plan? One of these ideas might be the solution you need:

How to use branded umbrellas for your business

Custom hair salon umbrella

Hair salons

Protect the ‘do! You’ve just finished that last curl and the bride-to-be is ready to flee. But it’s raining cats and dogs! Lend her a customized umbrella to keep that gorgeous hair in place. Your thoughtfulness will be the buzz on social media. This is one of the most effective promotional products for hair salons.

The Deal: One free custom umbrella for every bride who books her bridal party with your shop!

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County clubs/golf courses

Four! Keep a branded golf umbrella inside each golf cart for those pop-up storms or scorching sunny days. Picture your name and logo sprouting up in droves across your golf course. Cheapest. Branding. Ever. Golf umbrellas are a hot promotional product for country clubs.

The Deal: First golfer to score a hole in one each month receives one of your branded umbrellas.

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Outdoor malls

Pamper those customers and keep them coming back to the anchor stores in your outdoor mall. Keep a bin of branded umbrellas by the doors. Shoppers will be impressed and grateful when it’s time to dash off to another retailer in the pouring rain. Keep them dry. Keep them shopping!

The Deal: Customers who buy more than a specified amount receive a branded umbrella as a thank-you gift. They also make great customer loyalty rewards!

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Metro/downtown businesses

Place your branded umbrellas in a designated place for employees to use when picking up their mid-morning latte or catching an appointment on the next block. They’ll appreciate having protection from the weather and your logo will get exposure wherever they go!

The Deal: Award each employee of the month a branded umbrella.

branded umbrella for insurance agency

Insurance companies

Steal the spotlight in the growing insurance industry by rewarding new clients with branded umbrellas. Tuck your customized umbrella in a gift box with contact information when you deliver their new policy. It’s a thoughtful gesture and a very fitting promotional product for insurance companies.

The Deal: Give all clients who bundle multiple policies one of your branded umbrellas.

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Give your administrators and professors extra clout as they travel across campus with personalized umbrellas. Custom umbrellas also make great admission gifts for new students to use as they walk to class. Branded umbrellas with school names continue to be popular promotional products for colleges.

The Deal: Include a branded umbrella in your new student packet.

Customized umbrellas get you noticed

Whether you’re a business, school or an organization with a cause, branded umbrellas are a marketing tool you can use. Their size alone ensures your name or message is seen. But we know there’s more to it than that.

Totally Promotional takes great pleasure in placing your name on high-quality umbrellas that you’ll be proud to distribute. Shop our automatic umbrellas and inverted umbrellas for more great styles!

It’s important to us because it’s important to you. Our Products. Your Story™.

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Shelley Grieshop is a former newspaper journalist who earned more than a dozen Associated Press awards for her in-depth research and writing skills. In May 2016, she joined Totally Promotional as a creative writer. She currently writes company blogs about branding, marketing, logos, wedding planning and much more. One of her life goals is to teach people when to use hyphens and apostrophes.

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