As spring ushers in a month or so, golf enthusiasts are gearing up for a fun summer of play.
If you have not previously marketed to golfers, it?s about time to consider the idea, especially if you desire to up your sales this year. Golfers are a high-spending demographic. The sport itself is an expensive upkeep, as club memberships, green fees, equipment maintenance, and travel expenses do not come cheap. So if you are looking into focusing on an upscale marketing, a promotional golf campaign is one effective marketing strategy.
Your promotional activities need not be as magnanimous as sponsoring a golf tournament or getting a popular celebrity as a spokesperson. Improving your visibility among serious golfers and amateurs can be simple and easy–promotional items can help you widen your reach among the golfing demographic, even allowing you to showcase your brand before people who are not necessarily into the sport.
Here are some of the many ways you can use golfing giveaways to make your brand more popular:
1. Promotional golf umbrellas are one of the easiest ways to build up visibility in the golf course. Larger than the ordinary models, golf umbrellas offer a wider canopy to protect the golfer and his equipment. This wide canopy is an advantage to branders looking for wide imprint areas to customize with their blown-up corporate logos. Promotional golf umbrellas are surely the best way to be seen.
2. If business deals are more frequently closed in golf courses than in the boardroom, promotional golf paraphernalia like golf balls, tees, gloves, and accessories are some of the most effective ways to enhance business relationships. What?s cooler than a business card? A promotional golf ball imprinted with your company?s name and contact number.
3. Golf is fast becoming a sport for females. Many years ago, golf courses used to be an exclusive male-only hangout for urban professionals and business executives, like a spacious locker room, only this time, an al fresco version with a lot of grass and fresh air. Zero in on the fashionable female golfer with performance promotional golf polo shirts, functional shoe bags, and aesthetically pleasing sports bags.