Our Sourcing Manager’s Favorites

By September 25, 2019 Uncategorized
I'm sharing our Fall Creative Newsletter in our Blog. There are some fun ideas here. Enjoy!

Welcome to our Fall Creative Newsletter. 

Anna, our amazing Sourcing Manager, recently shopped the market, and we thought you'd like to see some of her favorite creative ideas. We've linked to information in our factory websites to help you see all your options in one simple link. Please remember that the products you see when you click our "learn more" buttons are all available with your preferred BP pricing, and our complimentary creative supportContact us directly to get your creative project started. We can't wait to help you!

Creative drink ware designs with imprinted lids.

We LOVE the creative design options for these beautiful stainless water bottles that include a lid imprint. I recently stood in a line of 20 people to fill my water bottle at an airport water station. Everyone had a pretty bottle, but none were this creative (really). Check out the link to see all the drink ware you can customize with this design option. Want us to design and budget one for you? Connect with us at info@builderpromotions.com or call us to talk it over at 800-388-3565.

Riding the Adult Coloring Book Wave?

We are loving these wonderful and hugely popular Creative Spark journals which  provide graphic coloring pages along with journal pages to jot down creative inspirations. We think they are an inventive branding tool to emphasize the creative process homeowners participate in when they work with your design teams to design the home of their dreams. Click the learn more link below to see three size options and all the details.This consumer product trend remains strong and no one is using these in the New Home Builder space (yet).

Rise of the "Design Center Journal"

Anna loves this contemporary and luxurious perfect bound journal. It's built with a rich, velvety Crush felt that is laminated to our strong paperboard to create a notebook that’s both eye-catching and lush. Upgrade to an over-sized blind debossed imprint to add dynamic texture – even on the spine! This is where our Sourcing team shines, so be sure to connect to let us help you build & budget an extraordinary design center journal to create a memorable experience for your new home customers.  

Portable power bank cleverly packaged as a "Power Bar".

These portable power banks are creatively packaged in power bar packaging. With so many of these portable power banks on the market, we think this is a really inventive way to have fun and differentiate your brand for a product that is still at the top of the list for consumer tech favorites.

3 in 1, 9.8-foot charging cable in a fun and creative container

Extra long charging cords are a top tech must-have for the connected consumer. We love these because the packaging is unusual for a charging cable and it adds a creative twist to a very pragmatic product used by all consumers daily. Take a look at our Apparel Look Book just published for Fall. There are fresh styles, comfortable fabrics and gorgeous colors to help you design a brand fashion statement that reflects the look and feel of your Sales Center environments and your construction building sites. And keep an eye out for the launch of our Welcome Home Collection as you plan to update and refresh your Welcome Home experience for Q4 and the year ahead. Cheers to Fall! We are tweeting, posting, writing and Linking In. Here’s where you can find and follow us. Twitter: @HomebuilderMktg Instagram: @builderpromotions Facebook: Facebook.com/builderpromotions LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/builderpromotions/
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About lesliebridgeswriter

Leslie is a partner in Builder Promotions Marketing firm, a company devoted to making life better at work for the Marketing professionals who work tirelessly to deliver New Home Communities that provide a place for families to live and thrive. She loves being a Mom and keeps a suitcase packed for the next travel adventure with her family.

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