Every Year TKO Graphix supports the Salvation Army’s Angel Tree Toy Drive. In 2012 a local Television Station partnered with the Salvation Army and used one of their trucks to pick up toys and then deliver them to the Salvation Army Headquarters. Near the end of this two-minute video, Salvation Army Wish TV Angel Tree Toy Drive 2012, the news team gave TKO Graphix a gift, a special ornament commemorating the Angel Tree drive.

It immediately took center stage on our lobby Christmas tree. I’d like to tell you it still takes center stage, but it was accidentally broken last year, but for five years it held a special spot on our tree, and for those five years we remembered the news team who gave it to us. I for one continue to watch this team every weekday morning. I know they didn’t mean gifting the bulb as a marketing campaign, but it certainly worked. Thank you channel 8!

Want to Try Something New this Holiday Season? Give an Ornament

The Channel 8 ornament might be gone, but it continues to hold a place in my heart. Few promotional products have ever meant as much to me. What can a heartfelt ornament given to your customers, employees, and vendors mean to them? Could it be a reminder of the best time of the year when we all are a little kinder and happier? And what association could any company have that would be better than being thought of during the holidays.

Are There Many Choices?

There are hundreds of ornaments to choose from. They come in all sizes, shapes, and materials and all can share your brand. Here are just a few ideas.

  • 3 ¼ round shatterproof
  • Traditional hand blown glass
  • Shatter-resistant ornaments that light up
  • Ceramic
  • Laser etched glass
  • Cloth Stars
  • Snowflakes
  • Christmas Trees
  • Clear teardrop shaped

Oh Christmas Tree Oh Christmas Tree

This year why not add a little something extra in your corporate holiday advertising basket and include a branded ornament. If you’d like to check out a few go here Christmas Ornaments.

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