Promo Pens for Florists - Experience Stories
As a hairdresser, I've had my fair share of competition. I had to put up my salon and compete against other salons in the same area. No one had any real hold on the market where I'm from, so I needed to prove that I was different.
My clients loved my service, but I knew there was something that I could still do. I thought that I should have promotion materials. After all, I couldn't promote my business just by word of mouth, especially when I was in such a large town. So I decided to design promotional pens.
I know what you're thinking: what does that have to do with hairdressing? Surprisingly, a promo pen helped make my business better. I designed promotional pens that had my name, my phone number, and my salon. I also put in quick home fix-its for the hair in a single line on the pen, like using olive oil to moisturize your hair, or brushing with high quality brushes. I wanted my clients to know that even if they didn't step into my salon all the time, they could still keep their hair wonderful, and on their own. I also wanted my clients to know that I cared.
My promotion worked! Although other salons have since adopted the idea, I still have a lot of hairdressers asking me about what I did and how I got the idea. They've been thanking me ever since.
Even my clients love the pens. No one ever stops using pens. And if you're at the salon, you can't always read a magazine. You might have important things to do, like writing a grocery list or a to-do list for the house. The promo pens were used not just in my salon, but outside, because people kept on walking in, telling me that they saw a pen with my name and logo on it!
You can visit www.thepenguy.com for more ideas on how you can promote your business through promotional pens. Choose from a wide variety of colors and styles to suit your needs.