Historically, printed pencil cases have been used in schools and universities as giveaways to children and students to store their pens, pencils and other stationery items. However these low cost brand carriers, are also perfect for carrying a myriad of other items in and around the office or home which makes promotional pencil cases truly versatile giveaways.
Like open-mouthed pencil holders in which to put pencils and pens in upright position on a work desk, pencil cases are also used to keep pencils and other writing instruments in one place to avoid clutter. However, unlike pencil holders, a pencil case is handy to carry your writing instruments when you are going out, just by putting the case in your handbag or briefcase. Thus, promotional pencil cases are useful and folks will love to receive nice pencil cases as gifts.
A company intending to use branded pencil cases as giveaways to promote their business will find ample space on which to imprint their name, logo and business message. The companies name thus imprinted on the gift cases will always be seen by the recipients and other people around them because of the likelihood of daily use. If these branded pencil cases are taken along to meetings and the like, the promoting companies name will be exposed to many more people. Since cases are durable, the name will end up being displayed to countless people.
Such wonderful benefits offered by company pencil cases as popularity, long-term exposure advertising and durability are further complemented by their availability in various colors, shapes and designs like buttoned-up or zippered cases, or those with caps or sliding covers. Thus, the advertising brand will find it easy to choose the proper types for their different target audiences. Still another advantage in using branded pencil cases is their prices, which are affordable even for use on large-scale campaigns or for those with small budgets.
With good planning, custom printed pencil cases are really promising as publicity tools to gain success in introducing a new business, reaching out to new customers or cultivating the goodwill of current clients.