November 11, 2020

Repurpose Your Swag
A flatlay of various corporate swag items on a hardwood floor

With the vast majority of employees and customers working from home, you may be asking what happens with the swag you’ve already invested in that’s sitting in an empty (or close to it) office. 

Same question about gifts you’ve already purchased for an event or show that’s gone virtual, been postponed, or even cancelled.

Our answer – send it out! 

Working from home is going to be the way of the world for longer than anyone expected. People have adjusted but they still miss face to face meetings, grabbing a coffee and walking around campus. Rather than let the gifts collect dust in the office closet, use them to send a “We’re thinking of you” gift.

We know people enjoy receiving a surprise package. It’s an unexpected delight that means all the more during the time of COVID-19. Better than a bill, junk mail, and even an online product we order for ourselves. Create a “surprise and delight” moment!

We know budgets may be tighter than in the past. If you want to add a little something extra like a custom mask or sweet treat, it’s simple.

Like the idea? Wondering how you can make it happen? SVS can manage the logistics from start to delivery. Our goal is to make the process stress-free.

Key is getting the best “ship to” addresses for everyone on your list. There are a variety of ways to gather the info and permission may be needed.

Next decide on the what gifts from your stash you want to send. You’ll likely need to coordinate with someone on site or get the okay to pick them up yourself.

We’ll handle the rest including best packaging options, labeling, shipping and more. Want to add a note with the gift. We can manage that too – even personalized to each person. Like the idea of adding that “something extra?” We can make that happen.

Interested? We’d love to talk with you about your specific needs. Let’s get started. Drop us an email at hello@svspromos.com or call 408-374-5760. 

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