Have you considered branded PPE as the latest opportunity to share your brand message?
Lee Hadley, Director at Top Gear Consumables has witnessed a rise in demand for branded face masks, aprons and hand sanitiser bottles and dispensers as 2020’s Covid pandemic has taken hold.
“The first wave of the pandemic saw a scramble for PPE as the NHS, Care Homes and wider industry placed huge demands for this high turnover product. At TGC, we successfully supplied literally millions of masks, aprons, gloves and sanitisers to our clients who were desperately in need of these essential consumables,” he said. “As the second wave has taken hold, clients who have now secured their supplies are taking a more considered approach to their orders, realising that these products represent a fantastic opportunity to share their brand message by adding logos and branding.”
And, it’s not just PPE that is benefitting from the branding surge, TGC are also witnessing a spike for personalised branded items that in ‘normal’ times would be shared such as mugs and pens.
“Employers want to limit the opportunities for spreading the virus amongst its workers. Giving each individual branded mugs and pens with the employee’s name on it helps limit the spread of Covid through limiting the passing of these items between staff,” comments Lee Hadley.
Top Gear Consumables source and deliver thousands of everyday consumables across numerous sectors from health and homecare to automotive providing their network of nationwide clients with the best possible products at the most competitive prices. If you would like to get a quote or chat to someone about branded PPE, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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