Pop up Boxes are not Square – Add them to Your Marketing Strategy and Get Results
Regular readers of my blog will know that pop up products are my favourite marketing products because the feedback we get from our customers is fantastic. Pop up Boxes come in a variety of sizes and styles; not just square and their attention grabbing qualities are second to none.
What’s in the Box Jack? Amusing Promotional Product
That is the very first question your customers and prospects will ask when they receive your exciting Jack in a Box promotional product. It arrives in a chunky little package looking very inviting indeed. When your customers and prospects open it and your pop up piece leaps free in front of their eyes when least expected you gain maximum attention to your Jack in a Box promotional product and your marketing message. Originally designed as a Chinese Dragon pop up to add to a marketing strategy around the time of Chinese New Year this Jack in a Box style creates a memorable impact every time with its extra strong jumping action. Supplied with the cardboard mailing envelope and insert card it is great fun to design and send and even more fun for your customers and prospects to receive. What will your pop up boxes be? Or do you like the Chinese dragon for your marketing campaign?
Jumping Cubes – Jumpinjax
Speaking of pop up boxes, the Jumpinjax is a great product for grabbing immediate attention. This is a cardboard mailing wrap with a tray and insert card/s; it has lots of printing room and four pop up cubes as standard (bespoke Jumpinijax available – just ask the team here). When your customers and prospects open the product and four pop up cubes spring out it raises a smile every time. Having played a key role in many marketing strategy plans this is a cute and memorable product and one definitely to create a talking point with customers and prospects alike.
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