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This first aid kit comes in a bag and includes the following packets, 2 first aid and burn cream, 1 lip balm, 2 instant hand sanitizer, 1 1% hydrocortisone cream, 2 sting relief wet wipes towelettes, 2 antiseptic wet wipes, 4 bandages, and 2 burn gel. Price includes a 4 color laminated decal on the clear first aid kit bag. Ingredients are printed on the label. Everything you need to heal the hurt! Great first aid kit bag value. 4"L x 5"W
FIRST-AID-BAG
$2.39 and up
 
This first aid kit comes in a white tin and includes the following packets, 2 first aid and burn cream, 1 lip balm, 2 instant hand sanitizer, 1 1% hydrocortisone cream, 2 sting relief wet wipes, 2 antiseptic wet wipes towelettes, 4 bandages, and 2 burn gel. Price includes a 4 color laminated decal on the first aid kit. Ingredients are printed on the label. Everything you need to heal the hurt! Great first aid kit value in a tin. 3/4"L x 3 7/8"W x 2 3/8"H
FIRST-AID-TIN
$3.19 and up
 
Be prepared for anything anywhere. This Pro Care First Aid Kit (TM) deluxe case includes 15 latex free bandages, 5 snip bandages, 2 2" x 3" adhesive pads, 2 knuckle bandages, 3 antiseptic towelettes, 3 first aid cream packets, 2 non-adherent sterile pads, 1 gauze roll, 1 roll of adhesive tape and 1 first aid guide. No matter what happens, you'll be prepared with this ultimate first aid kit. Ideal for use at clinics and first aid seminars. to 4 assorted colors available at no additional charge.
3555
$4.49 and up
 
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Essential for any home, school or office, this First Aid Kit contains a vast array of useful first aid components. The product includes adhesive pads (4 small, 2 medium, 2 large), 2 Advil packets, 2 generic aspirin packets and 2 antacid packets. You also receive 2 antiseptic towelettes, 15 bandages, 10 moist towelettes, 1 eyewash bottle and a first aid guide. With a choice of bag colors, it is great for any industry that needs a basic first aid kit on hand!
40397
$18.39 and up
 
New
Safety First! This versatile best-seller Pocket First Aid Kit is great for any event. Each handy kit features latex-free bandages, a first aid cream packet and a first aid guide in a handy matchbook-style folder made of paper. The 1 3/4" x 2 7/8" x 1/4" product is small enough to fit into your pocket with plenty of options to imprint a personal message or your company name or logo. Great for direct mail and mass distribution programs!
40011
$0.60 and up
 
New
The First Aid Pouch is a great giveaway to promote a hospital or pharmacy! The product includes 4 adhesive pads, 2 generic aspirin packets, 2 antacid packets, 6 antibiotic ointment packets, 2 antiseptic towelettes, 15 bandages and first aid guide. Lightweight and roomy, this kit has space for personal items in addition to those included. This sporty, zippered nylon bag is the perfect first aid kit for people on the go!
40040
$6.99 and up
 
The First Aid Pocket Kit includes one band aid bandage, first aid cream, 1% cortisone cream, and burn cream. Price includes four color printing on one side of the box. Great for the outdoors, traveling, and having on hand for first aid emergencies. Place your brand on this great first aid pocket sized kit.
FIRSTAID-KIT-1
$1.31 and up
 
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For your clients who frequently travel, we have the slim and trim Compact First Aid Kit! Available in a variety of exciting case colors, each plastic kit contains an assortment of first aid components including adhesive pad, generic aspirin packet, 2 antiseptic towelettes, 4 bandages and first aid guide. One of our best-selling items, this would make a great addition for your fundraiser, tradeshow, health fair or simply to gain some brand awareness!
40044
$2.51 and up
 
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When promoting for a hospital you can't find a better handout than the Deluxe First Aid Kit! Slim and trim, this compact kit contains an array of first aid essentials such as 2 adhesive pads, 4 bandages, 3 first aid cream packets and first aid guide. The case is made of polypropylene plastic and is available in a wide selection of colors for you to pick from. A great addition for your fundraiser or tradeshow to gain some brand awareness!
40045
$2.67 and up
 
New
Brave the outdoors knowing you are prepared with the Frosty Clipper First Aid Kit! This convenient first aid kit comes complete with a handy carabiner, so it can travel with you wherever you go. The product includes an adhesive pad, aloe packet, antibiotic ointment packet, 2 antiseptic towelettes, 4 bandages, first aid guide and insect sting relief packet. The inner components are made in U.S.A. and the case is made of PVC (polyvinyl chloride) vinyl.
40429
$4.12 and up
 
New
Give your customers a helpful "hand" when you market the First Aid Kit with Handle! This stylish first aid kit includes Anacin (R) packet, 2 antiseptic towelettes, 5 bandages, first aid guide and SPF-23 lip balm. The 3 3/4" x 5" x 1" case is made of polypropylene plastic and is available in a variety of colors to choose from. The kit itself leaves room for you to imprint a personal message or your company name or logo!
40735
$4.71 and up
 
New
Never travel unprepared! Measuring 3 3/4" x 2 5/8", this first aid kit is perfect to keep in your car, desk or travel with in your purse or carry-on! This kit is ideal for teachers to keep in the classroom or camp counselors to have handy. First aid travel kit includes our translucent vinyl bag, four 3" x 3/4" bandages, two antiseptic wipes and one non-aspirin tablet. This kit is a great way to keep safe during your outdoor activities!
VK150-E
$1.86 and up
 
Our first aid kit perfect for your car, travel bag, or desk. The first aid kit includes an assortment of bandages, bandage fasteners, ear swabs, rolls of cotton, roll of tape, scissors. Each first aid box even has an inside compartment for pills. All of our bandages are latex free. Give your clients piece of mind with these great promotional product.
AZ9423
$2.45 and up
 
New
Great for travel, convention gifts or direct mailings, this handy zippered 210 Denier nylon case holds many first aid items. Each kit holds 10 items, including an adhesive pad, 2 generic aspirin packets, 2 antiseptic towelettes, 4 latex free bandages and first aid guide. The inner components are made in the U.S.A. and the case leaves room for you to imprint a personal message, company name or logo.
40047
$3.62 and up
 
Associate your brand with safety with this 2-in-1 promotional pamphlet! The Tek booklet with Essentials first aid kid can be customized with a full-color decaled imprint to maximize brand awareness on a memorable handout. The first aid kit comes with 4 bandages, 1 antiseptic towelette, 1 triple antibiotic ointment and 1 first aid guide. Single- and double-fold options for the booklet are available. Add a coupon, QR code and much more to make the most of you campaign.
TB-FA100
$1.99 and up
 
Be prepared for any emergency with this first aid kit. Vinyl case contains 12 hour safety light stick, 10 latex-free bandages, 5 snip bandages, 2 2" x 3" adhesive pads, 2 knuckle bandages, 5 antiseptic towelettes, 5 first aid cream packets, 2 non adherent pads, 1 gauze roll, 1 roll adhesive tape, and 1 first aid guide. Contents are stored in two clear sleeves. Available in 5 translucent colors. Perfect for auto dealers and insurance companies. Up to 4 assorted colors available at no additional charge.
3557
$8.15 and up
 
The First Aid Pocket Kit includes two bandages, one first aid cream, cortisone cream, burn cream, insect repellent, antiseptic wipe, and sting relief wipe. Price includes four color printing on one side of the box. Great for the outdoors, traveling, and having on hand for first aid emergencies. Place your brand on this great first aid pocket sized kit promotion.
FIRSTAID-KIT-2
$1.46 and up
 
New
This small First Aid Wallet fits anywhere and you will be surprised at how much it can hold! The product includes adhesive pad, Advil packet, antacid packet, 3 antiseptic towelettes, 4 bandages and first aid cream packet. The case is made of a frosty PVC (polyvinyl chloride) vinyl and is available in a wide selection of colors for you to pick from. Put your business on the map when you promote with a product like this one!
40049
$2.84 and up
 
New
This eye-catching First Aid Cinch Kit is as helpful as it is cute! Each kit includes 4 latex free bandages, 2 first aid cream packets, 2 antiseptic towelettes, generic aspirin packet and first aid guide. All products are packaged in a reusable non-woven drawstring pouch, which is available in a variety of colors to better match your brand. The front of the pouch leaves opportunities to imprint a personal message or your company logo!
40906
$2.55 and up
 
New
Make sure your clients think of your business "first" when you promote the Redi First Aid Pack! This lightweight fold-up pack fits in a No.10 envelope for easy storage and transportation. The product includes 8 pieces: generic aspirin packet, antacid packet, 2 antiseptic towelettes and 4 bandages. Offered in a variety of colors, the pack is made of PVC (polyvinyl chloride) vinyl and includes ample space to imprint a message, slogan, or logo!
40382
$2.06 and up
 
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Lego Lovers Crowded Expo Center for Merch, Memories

Lego enthusiasts of all ages crowded into the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center in Oaks, PA, on April 21 and 22 to enjoy Brick Fest Live!, which bills itself as the #1 Lego event in the U.S. The show featured feats of artistry and engineering, including detailed cityscapes, working miniature rollercoasters, a life-size statue of Darth Vader and a lovingly rendered replica of Vincent Van Gogh's "Starry Night" – all crafted from the colorful plastic bricks that have been a toy chest necessity for decades.

The event was also an opportunity for vendors to peddle Lego-themed merch, from vintage building sets to apparel and accessories decorated with actual Legos. At the official Brick Fest Live! Booth, attendees could purchase a $20 #BrickSwag box, which included a T-shirt, flashlight keychain and a mystery minifigure. Other booths were selling caps modified with Lego baseplates, allowing wearers to customize to their heart's content. Several entrepreneurs had crafted hair clips, bracelets, earrings and bow ties out of Legos. There were even brick-shaped pillows and molded chocolate lollipops.

The Pennsylvania Distance Learning Charter School also set up a booth at the expo to share information about its virtual summer camps. To help build goodwill and boost name recognition, the school was giving away a slew of promotional products. Children could spin a wheel, and receive a branded foam stress brick, backpack, temporary tattoo, chip clip or other prize.

Brick Fest Live! heads next to New York City in July, then stops in Pasadena, CA, in August and Houston in October. Check out some of the highlights from the Philadelphia show below.













Hawaii Bans Certain Types of Sunscreens

Hawaii's state legislature has passed a bill that bans sunscreens containing chemicals that can reportedly damage coral reefs – a new regulation that could impact sales of branded sunscreen.

Senate Bill 2571, passed on Tuesday, prevents the sale and distribution of sunscreen that has oxybenzone and octinoxate, unless prescribed by a licensed healthcare provider. If Governor David Ige signs the legislation into law, the prohibition would take effect Jan. 1, 2021.

Should the ban become law, promo distributors and suppliers could no longer provide sunscreen containing the blacklisted chemicals in the Aloha State. What's more, the Hawaiian ban could resonate to the U.S. mainland, possibly influencing some would-be buyers of branded sunscreen to seek natural options that are perceived as better for the environment – or to avoid purchasing sunscreen altogether in fear their brand will be perceived as a polluter.

Found in popular sunscreen brands like Coppertone and Hawaiian Tropic, oxybenzone and octinoxate contribute to coral bleaching, studies show. For example, a recent study from the Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology found that chemicals in sunscreen kill coral and result in DNA damage in larval and adult stage coral. The impact on DNA limits coral's ability to grow and develop healthily. Coral bleaching was reportedly a cause behind widespread destruction of Australia's Great Barrier Reef. According to researchers, about 14,000 tons of sunscreen glop onto coral reefs annually. Sunscreen concentrations were found to be among the highest in the world on the beaches of Hawaii and the U.S. Virgin Islands.

Certain environmental organizations praised legislators for passing the bill.

"Hawaii's reefs have been slowly dying over the past 20 years, and that death spiral has been accelerating with the impact of El Niño-induced mass bleaching events and increased local pollution impacts from both tourism and development," Craig Downs, the executive director of the Haereticus Environmental Laboratory, told The New York Times. "Everyone has come together to support this legislation, from local nurses and doctors, to resorts and airlines, as well as the entrepreneurial spirit of new sunscreen companies to supply reef-safer products."

Of course, the ban had opponents, too. Traditional sunscreen manufacturers pointed out that the chemicals are FDA-approved and important ingredients for protecting people from skin cancer. Ban opponents also included the Hawaii Medical Association. The association expressed worry that the prohibition could encourage people to reduce the degree to which they wear sunscreen – a concern given the heightened risk for skin cancer that comes with not using sunscreen.

Forbes reports that mounting public pushback against sunscreens containing oxybenzone and octinoxate has opened the door for a niche market focused on natural sunscreens made in Hawaii. "Tourists and locals on the islands can find Kōkua Sun Care Hawaiian Natural Zinc Sunscreen, Mama Kuleana Reef, and the mainland All Good products," wrote Geologist Trevor Nace for Forbes. Of course, chemicals found in sunscreens are far from the only pollutant causing problems for coral reefs. Ocean warming, agricultural runoff and sewage dumping also are weakening and killing reefs, research shows.

Promotional Products Opportunity: Canadian Premier League Reveals Official Logo

Canada is ready for its own kickabout. And now it has some branding in place to show it means business.

The Canadian Premier League is expected to begin play in the spring of 2019. It will be a FIFA-sanctioned, top-level, Canada-specific fully professional soccer league. While play hasn't begun yet, the league recently revealed its official logo – a crest of attractive green and blues.

As the CPL explains, Canada's people and natural beauty inspired the crest. Certainly some thought went into it:

"The North Star acts as a guiding light for the game of soccer in Canada, acting as a beacon for talent within our borders. The four rings portray a soccer ball, our coasts, and the earth formed out of a stylized time lapse of a star field. The maple leaf is comprised of many parts, which is a reflection of the diversity within our country."

Some soccer fans were already chiming in to say that the CPL logo is superior to the crest for Major League Soccer – the top professional soccer league in the U.S. MLS features several Canadian teams, too.

The CPL also released an all-red version of the league emblem. Teams will wear the crest of red – Canada's traditional color, of course -- on their uniforms on Canada Day. They'll also don the red logo during the Canadian Championship and when playing in the CONCACAF Champions league – an international tournament that features professional clubs teams from North America, Central America and the Caribbean.

The CPL expects to begin play with 8 to 10 teams. Teams will reportedly be owned and operated, at least in part, by a mix of National Hockey League and Canadian Football League ownership groups. The league aims to foster and enhance Canadian soccer talent, as this promo video details.

For promotional product distributors, learning about the CPL's crest is an interesting case study in how a logo can be crafted to invoke the intended essence of a brand in a way that resonates with target audiences. What's more, it's a heads-up that there could soon be new opportunities to provide branded merchandise for teams in the forthcoming professional league. So far, it's confirmed that there will be teams in Hamilton, ON and Winnipeg, MB. Reports suggest there could be teams in Halifax, Calgary and the York Region as well, among others.

Even if you don't score orders directly with teams, distributors and/or decorators could hit the back of the net on any number of ancillary promo deals, such as providing scarves and T-shirts for fledging supporters' groups or soccer-related swag for pubs that want to be the go-to spot for fans to watch CPL matches. No doubt Canadian footy fans are already excited: