Promotional products are an essential component to building your Brand. Located in downtown Winnipeg, PromoProCanada offers high quality print and branding solutions for businesses both large and small. We use the highest quality products and innovative solutions available in the industry.
PromoProCanada proudly represents some of the biggest names in the promotional industry. Some of the companies we represent include BIC, The Magnet Group, Spector, Nike, Adidas and many more. The purpose of this site is to bring all that product together in one place for our customers. If you can't find what you want, let us know. We can source product direct for that special situation.
Why Use Promotional Items?
The main purpose of handing out promotional items is to build your brand name...make consumers aware you exist. The ultimate goal is that your phone rings because of a promotional item that has previously been given out. If presented properly and of good quality, these items leave a lasting impression that's impossible to match. Using promo items that are pertinent to your industry also helps bring together the connection with the consumer.
Current marketing data says that fridge magnets and pens are still the most effective items to use when it comes to promo. Magnets get placed on fridges and help burn your logo into a consumers head and a good quality pen will get used over and over again. Promotional items come in all shapes and sizes, from Key-Chains, Flashlights, USB Drives and Coffee Mugs to Golf balls, Tees and Divot tools. We encourage customers to use product that directly relates to their business if possible.
Many of our customers utilize trade shows as a means of promoting their businesses. Handing out promotional items at a trade show can help you stand out in the crowd. Promotional items are also great at customer or employee appreciation events to use as prizes or giveaways at your business. Gifts for the holidays, grand openings...
PromoProCanada is proudly Canadian and can deliver product to your doorstep from Vancouver Island to Halifax.