Promotional Insulated Bags Key Terms
Let promotional insulated bags terminology help you better advertise your businessPromotional insulated bags are not only a way of promoting your business, but they are also a functional item. It is important to select the right features on a promotional insulated bag so recipients are sure to use them on a regular basis. The more use they get out of their insulated tote bag or insulated hiking backpack, the more exposure your company's name will get. Evaluate whether or not you need to get the slip pocket or if silkscreen printing will be right for you. Knowing promotional insulated bags key terms can help you to further market your company and increase your bottom line.
Insulated hiking backpacks
Insulated tote bagAn insulated tote bag is more multi-purposeful than other promotional insulated bags. They have a larger open compartment to accommodate several chilled items and even those that are an awkward shape. Insulated tote bags also often have outside compartments and pockets to hold additional items that don't necessarily need to be chilled.
Insulated lunch cooler bagInsulated lunch cooler bags are smaller in size and are meant for just a few items at a time. They can be used for a few cans or for a lunch for one. They typically have sturdy handles and one zippered main compartment.
Silkscreen-printed insulated bagsScreen-printing is the way that your company's logo or saying is applied to the insulated bag. Using one color, or more in some cases, the logo is printed on the outside of the bag. This is a more inexpensive way to advertise on an insulated bag than having the logo embroidered onto the promotional bag.
Insulated grocery bag carriersInsulated grocery bag carriers are reusable and can keep your groceries cool. Insulated grocery bag carriers come in many different sizes and all zip closed to keep the cool air in.
Slip pocketA slip pocket is any pocket on the front or side of a promotional insulated bag that is for carrying other items in addition to the ones you need to keep cool. You can "slip" napkins, a cell phone, a book, etc. into the pocket so you can carry all of your items in one bag, but not have to keep them all in the insulated portion of the bag.
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