Cleveland Promotional Products
Cleveland promotional products can be found at sports arenas, natures preserves, company headquarters and cultural events throughout the state of Ohio. The city of Cleveland, founded in the late 1700s, is located in Northeast Ohio and surrounded by the cities of Akron, Canton, Elyria, Warren and Youngstown. While these towns are fun to explore as well, there is plenty to do within the Cleveland city limits; for example, visit the Public Square downtown and catch a show at the Playhouse Square Center, which is the second-largest theater complex in the country. Or, explore the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo, which just one place in the city where residents and visitors are likely to find an array of products including pens, calendars and magnets.
Cleveland for Sports Aficionados
The plethora of souvenires available at stadiums in Cleveland certainly gives sports fans something to cheer about, whether their teams win or lose. Football fans can watch the Cleveland Browns take on opponents at the Cleveland Browns Stadium in North Coast Harbor, or catch a Cleveland Cavaliers basketball game at Quiken Loans arena. Fans often bring jerseys, baseball caps, cinch packs, and other sports apprel to Progressive Field in order to show their support for the Cleveland Indians. However, there is certainly more to Cuyahoga County than sporting events. Nature enthusiasts who want to spend time outside without watching a sporting event, there are many walkable neighborhoods throughout the Cleveland region, including the Tremont community on Cleveland's near West Side and Ax Factory Run in the Kirkmere neighborhood of Youngstown. In addition to nice nature trails, the cities across Cuyahoga County contain many nice restaurants, fun breweries, and shops for tourists.
Cleveland South of the City
Cleveland souvenires are prevalent at the many tourist attractions and manufacturing plants in cities south of Cleveland, including Akron and Canton. Akron, which is located in Summit County in Ohio, about 40 miles south of Cuyahoga County, was once a booming industrial center and is still known as the "Rubber Capital of the World." In fact, the Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company was founded in Ohio and still maintains' its headquarters in Akron. The Goodyear logo is often imprinted on items such as keychains and t-shirts and distributed throughout Lorain, Warren, Youngstown and the general Summit County region in order to increase customer loyalty. Nearby towns of Medina, Warren, and Canton, located 24 miles south of Akron (and 60 miles south of Cleveland), are also large manufacturing centers. Organizations in the manufacturing industry should consider products that make useful employee gifts, including polo t-shirts, Swiss army knives, and badge holders
Cleveland at Local Attractions
In addition to serving as a large industrial center, the city of Canton- located south of Akron, near Warren and Youngstown, Ohio- is also home to many famous attractions. The Pro Football Hall of Fame and McKinley Museum and National Memorial are the most popular attractions in Canton, drawing crowds from as far as Lorain and Summit County, and are certainly well worth the trip for anyone residing in the greater Cleveland area.