Why choose popcorn with logo for advertising your brand?
The way to establishing a solid customer base is by simply impressing them through your potent marketing strategies. Surely, you can incorporate in your plans the usage of media advertisements to relay your message to your audience. But budget-wise they cost a lot, and they do not give you any promising thoughts whatsoever. How about giving your customers promotional items? For an affordable price, you can distribute marketing goods that will be beneficial to them but more importantly, your brand name and logo will be seen and remembered. But with plenty of promotional devices available in the market right now, it is difficult to select which item will best represent your business. A tip though, go with the items that will serve your customers in fresh and unique ways so as to generate a lot of excitement among your audience. So in your present and future marketing endeavors, give these bulk popcorn
a place in your promotional efforts and make a huge splash in the entire marketing scene.
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Why custom popcorn
? You might be telling to yourselves that items like pens and shirts would be better choices. Yes, they are tested and proven to give you good results, but there is always a room for improvement and to be better. The said items might be the bread-and-butter, but that is the very reason why you should shy away from these merchandise. They are already utilized by many businesses for a long time, and giving your customers with such may lead them to just keep them unused or worse, being thrown away. With our promotional popcorn, you will not have to suffer that fate. They are food items, and there is nothing more that will make your customers happier by satisfying their taste, which is what these customized popcorn do best.
With your logo on the forefront of these personalized popcorn, people will remember you as they munch on these goodies. Besides, everybody loves a generous serving of popcorn, so giving them away in strategic locations will not be much of a problem. People won't resist getting your printed popcorn. They are perfect souvenir and giveaway options in cinemas, food-related events, parties, and even in novelty shops. They are reasonably priced, and purchasing them in sets will give you additional discounts. You can easily load up your several promotional stunts, and begin spreading the good taste of these freebies.
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Order these bulk popcorn. They are basically food items and unlike other promotional methods, they can gather and make a follower out of your mass audience in no time. Call us now in our toll-free number, and start popping the competition out with giveaway popcorn!
Bonus Trivia and Fun Facts
Want to know more about popcorn? Here are several fun facts we’ve gathered from the net that you might not know about popcorn:
1. Popcorn's scientific name is zea mays everta, and it is the only type of corn that will pop.
2. People have been enjoying popcorn for thousands of years. In 1948, popped kernels around 5,000 years old were discovered in caves in New Mexico.
3. It is believed that the Wampanoag Native American tribe brought popcorn to the colonists for the first Thanksgiving in Plymouth, Massachusetts.
4. Traditionally, Native American tribes flavored popcorn with dried herbs and spices, possibly even chili. They also made popcorn into soup and beer and made popcorn headdresses and corsages.
5. Some Native American tribes believed that a spirit lived inside each kernel of popcorn. The spirits wouldn't usually bother humans, but if their home was heated, they would jump around, getting angrier and angrier, until eventually they would burst out with a pop.
6. Christopher Columbus allegedly introduced popcorn to the Europeans in the late 15th century.
7. The first commercial popcorn machine was invented by Charles Cretors in Chicago in 1885. The business he founded still manufactures popcorn machines and other specialty equipment.
8. American vendors began selling popcorn at carnivals in the late 19th century. When they began to sell outside movie theaters, theater owners were initially annoyed, fearing that popcorn would distract their patrons from the movies. It took a few years for them to realize that popcorn could be a way to increase revenues, and popcorn has been served in movie theaters since 1912.
9. Nowadays, many movie theaters make a greater profit from popcorn than they do from ticket sales, since for every dollar spent on popcorn, around ninety cents is pure profit. Popcorn also makes moviegoers thirsty and more likely to buy expensive sodas.
10. What makes popcorn pop? Each kernel contains a small amount of moisture. As the kernel is heated, this water turns to steam. Popcorn differs from other grains in that the kernel's shell is not water-permeable, so the steam cannot escape and pressure builds up until the kernel finally explodes, turning inside out.
11. On average, a kernel will pop when it reaches a temperature of 347 degress Fahrenheit (175 degrees Celsius).
12. Unpopped kernels are called "old maids" or "spinsters."
13. There are two possible explanations for old maids. The first is that they didn't contain sufficient moisture to create an explosion; the second is that their outer coating (the hull) was damaged, so that steam escaped gradually, rather than with a pop. Good popcorn should produce less than 2 percent old maids.
14. Ideally, the moisture content of popcorn should be around 13.5 percent, as this results in the fewest old maids.
15. Popcorn is naturally high in fiber; low in calories; and sodium-, sugar-, and fat-free, although oil is often added during preparation and butter, sugar, and salt are all popular toppings.
16. Americans consume 17 billion quarts of popped popcorn each year. That's enough to fill the Empire State Building 18 times!
17. Nebraska produces more popcorn than any other state in the country -- around 250 million pounds per year. That's about a quarter of all the popcorn produced annually in the United States.
18. There are at least five contenders claiming to be the "Popcorn Capital of the World" due to the importance of popcorn to their local economies, and only one of them is in Nebraska. They are Van Buren, Indiana; Marion, Ohio; Ridgway, Illinois; Schaller, Iowa; and North Loup, Nebraska.
19. Popped popcorn comes in two basic shapes: snowflake and mushroom. Movie theaters prefer snowflake because it's bigger. Confections such as caramel corn use mushroom because it won't crumble.
20. According to the Guinness Book of World Records, the world's largest popcorn ball measured 12 feet in diameter and required 2,000 pounds of corn, 40,000 pounds of sugar, 280 gallons of corn syrup, and 400 gallons of water to create.
These fun facts were taken from: howstuffworks.com – 20 things you didn’t know about popcorn