October 19, 2010
In a few weeks, ASI will unveil the newest version of the industry’s most influential survey: the 2010 Advertising Specialties Impressions Study. The much-anticipated study provides rock-solid proof of the cost-effectiveness of promotional products.
This week, in the lead-up to the hotly-contested November 2 elections, we’re providing a sneak-peek at some of the results, which reveal what Democrats, Republicans and independents think about promotional products, a.k.a. swag (stuff we all get) and freebies, millions of which are distributed during election season along with bumper stickers, buttons and yard signs.
Who knew Republicans preferred food baskets – and Democrats liked pens so much? It’s worth knowing next time you court the business of your state or local campaign office.
Here are some other study highlights:
Full results of the 2010 study will be released at the ASI Power Summit at the Turnberry Isle Resort & Club in Aventura, Florida, November 7-9. We’re certain the 2.0 version will be of great interest to you – and especially your clients – since the 2008 study continues to be widely circulated and consistently cited.
In the meantime, check out our press release about the promotional preferences of the two political parties, and independents, by clicking here.