Why choose condoms with logo for advertising your brand?
Have an information drive or advocacy campaign coming up? If you want a more effective campaign, then it's best to be able to reach as wide as audience as possible, right? Most people dismiss these campaigns because they think there is nothing new they can learn from it, that it would be boring, or that they don't have the time for it. Well, what better way to catch a person's attention than through a giveaway promo item that speaks for itself? Those would definitely be promotional condoms. Surprised? It's not that uncommon to use bulk condoms
as a marketing merchandise tool. The adage about a picture being worth a thousand words apply here: condoms with logo convey a message to its recipients that will pique their interests and will want to learn more. After all, it isn't every day that a passer-by gets handed out a giveaway condom, now is it?
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Personalized condoms are popularly used for spreading awareness on AIDS and HIV. The battle against sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) can hit home much faster when more people are cognizant of its effects. But not everyone is willing to lend a listening ear until you make one heck of an impression. Giving away custom condoms
with logo will not only accord exposure to your organization for spearheading such a campaign, it will also make that impact you need so people will want to know more about your cause. Though you have given them a promotional product, the knowledge you can impart with them is an even better gift.
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Aside from information drives, personalized condoms are advantageous for business, too. Place your brand name on it and hand them out during Valentine's Day. Not only are you showing your market that you are advocating reproductive health, you are empowering them to be responsible modern men and women of this society. So why not try customized condoms on your next tradeshow to attract new potential clients? Improve your company standing in terms of sales, and in terms of societal advocacies. It's always a good thing to be involved in the community and its people. Take your pick now from the several designs and packaging your printed condoms can come in. Condom holders are available here as well, ranging from several material like tins, compact cases, cardboard match boxes, and neoprene key chain zip up holders. If you have any questions about our bulk condoms, feel free to call our toll free number at 877-272-6337.
Condom myth and facts:
Want to learn more about condoms and sexual intercourse as a whole? Here are several interesting facts that you might not know about!
-When it comes to HIV,using a condom makes sex 10,000 times safer than not using a condom.
-There is no medical reason why someone can’t use a condom. Even people with latex allergies can use them — there are latex-free condoms made of polyurethane and polyisoprene.
- People who use condoms feel their experiences are just as pleasurable as people who don’t.
- Ninety-three percent of sexually active American women aged 15–44 have had a partner that used a male condom.
- Condom availability in places of need around the world is increasing significantly, with 25.8 million female condoms provided through international and nongovernmental funding sources in 2009. Condom distribution increased by 10 million between 2008 and 2009.
- One in four acts of vaginal intercourse is condom-protected in the U.S. It is one in three among single people.
-The vast majority of American teens (68 percent of females and 82 percent of males) use a condom the first time they have sex.
- Only 39 percent of American high school students are taught how to correctly use a condom in their health classes. Programs that teach young people about abstinence as well as contraception, including condom use, help youth to delay first sex and use condoms and other forms of contraception when they do have sex.
- Unlike pills and injections, condoms don’t affect a woman’s menstrual cycle!
- Condom design and manufacturing has made some impressive advances in the last hundred years, but the condom itself is far from a new invention. The oldest known claim to the use of condoms if actually part of a cave painting in Grotte des Combarrelles in France. The paintings in this cave are estimated to be between 12,000 and 15,000 years old!
- The first large-scale case of condom use was in the 16th Century. Gabriele Fallopio claimed that he invented a linen condom that was soaked in a chemical solution, allowed to dry, and tied on the penis with a ribbon. He tested his condom by having 1100 men wear them while having intercourse with women infected with the “French Disease”—that would be syphilis—and the testees claimed they did not contract the disease.
- In the late 19th century, the Germany military was the first large-scale institution to promote condom use among its members. Soon after, in the 20th century, the American armed forces followed suit. As a result of this action, the rate of STI’s was significantly reduced.
- Condoms have not always covered the full length of the penis. Prior to the 15 th century, men in China placed bits of oiled silk paper over their glans only, and men in Japan used tortoise-shell “caps.”
- Condoms are actually quite versatile and have been used for other tasks in an emergency. Soldiers have used condoms to keep sand and dirt out of the barrel of their rifles.
- The average condom can hold one gallon of liquid!
- Artist Adriana Bertini fashioned a dress out of 1200 hand-dyed condoms. She’s been making dresses out of quality-test rejected condoms for a decade.
- It's almost impossible to pinpoint where the word "condom" came from: Some point to a mysterious "Dr. Condom" who served under King Charles II in the 18th century, others trace it back to the medieval latin "quondam" (slang for genitals); Chaucer, who spelled it "condam," the latin "condus" (meaning receptable), or the Italian "guantone" (meaning glove).
- A 21.94m (72ft) condom was fitted over the Obelisque in Place de la Concorde, Paris, France on 1 Dec 1993 to mark World AIDS Day. The condom was funded by Italian clothes firm Benetton.
- Amatore Bolzoni of Carpendolo, Italy has a collection of 2,077 different condoms which he has been collecting since the 1980s.
- Amatore has many different varieties of condoms from around the world. On his travels he has managed to collect specimens from Europe, America, Africa and the Far East. The oldest condom in his collection dates back to the 19th century and is made from a sheep's bowel. Other more unusual ones include musical condoms, US Army condoms and condoms given to soldiers during the occupation of Italy in WWII.
These awesome facts were taken from plannedparenthood.org