Why custom branded mints are still a favoured merchandise giveaway
The most sought-after branded merchandise items available within promotional confectionary must be custom printed mints, a clear and refreshing choice every time! The almost limitless range of promotional mints on offer is a real eye-opener, ideal for promotional giveaways but also due to their affordability, the perfect branded merchandise to buy in volume. Not only are promotional mints one of the most welcomed exhibition giveaways and a pocket-sized treat to enjoy as you venture around a busy hall, but branded mint tins make ideal corporate gifts too. You can view more of our custom branded sweet options here.
Like with many personalised sweets, the range is abundant for printed mints, from printed click clack tins, branded mint dispensers, promotional mint credit cards, branded mint tins, and custom rolls of mints, with many options being low cost whilst offering quick turnaround times. Many personalised mints are now available in sugar-free options, this has increased their popularity and the many styles and designs available make them a thoughtful and considered choice as promotional giveaways. The printed credit card mint style is one of the most in-demand when it comes to printed mints, a modern and sleek design created for easy storage, based on an actual credit card size. Other popular company mint styles are branded mint tins, available in small, tall, round and domed mint tins. A full-colour print dome lid to a metal tin, plastic container or tube looks impressive and relatively low cost, just like the classic screen-printed options. When you are next considering your promotional confectionery then order promotional mints, you will not be disappointed.
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