If you are a business owner, and like to give logo knives to your customers, do the knives help your business? Which customers should you target for your generous gift of a pocket knife with your company logo?
Hunters. They like the larger sheath knives or the larger folding hunting knives, like the Buck 110.
Preppers. They like survival knives. The multi-purpose knives that can break a window, cut a seatbelt, and start a campfire.
Farmers. They like the old fashioned Case Trappers (2 blades) or Stockman knives (3 blades). Case has a long love affair with the American public.
Campers. They too, like the multipurpose knives. Ones that can open bottles and food cans, light a fire, and saw some small branches.
Hikers. They have similar needs that the campers have. They need to be prepared for anything that they face on the trail.
Everyone Else. Everyone needs a sharp knife to open cardboard boxes. A small pocket knife that is close at hand, is always appreciated. You can’t go wrong when giving logo knives.
Decide on the quantity. Include a few extra for new employees or new customers that will emerge after you place your order.
Determine your budget.
Pick a style of knife that will be popular with your employees (or customers)
Choose a reputable online engraved knives company.
Send them your art file. Hopefully you have vector art, which is an eps or ai file. Sometimes pdf files are in vector format. Vector art is the clearest, neatest art for engraving your logo on a knife.
Ask for an email proof before your knives are put into production.
Now just wait for your order of gift knives to arrive. You’re the hero of the workforce!
You own a company, and you have good customers. You want to keep them, and get more customers like them. How can you do that? You probably have a good answer for that. Here’s a popular method of Customer Retention, that you might not have explored yet.
The New Gerber Instant Knife 752 is designed to be light weight, but big and powerful. If you get your company logo on these engraved Gerber knives, you will be an Instant Success with your employees and customers. Gerber keeps up-to-date with the preferences of knife enthusiasts. This year, they want a tactical design, and the assisted-opening feature. Light-weight handles with cutouts are a big hit, also. The stainless steel blade is in the form of a modified tanto style and 3 1/4″ long. The knife is 4 1/2″ closed, which is a large pocket knife. To keep the weight low, Gerber makes the handle out of a composite material. Can you open this knife with one hand? You bet.