Travel right with custom luggage bags and promotional garment bagsScreaming, in a rage, supermodel Naomi Campbell kicked at police officers, even spit at them, before they handcuffed her and dragged her away from a British Airways flight. The problem? Her custom luggage bags, filled with designer dresses and shoes, were sent to Houston instead of Los Angeles.
Though her reaction to this 2008 situation was a bit ... outsized? ... aggressive? ... we can understand how attached a person can get to their custom travel bags. After all, we at Pinnacle Promotions specialize in them. We help our customers find the perfect customized garment bags and luggage for their needs â€” and for the needs of their employees and customers.
Print your logo or company information on custom luggage bags and customized garment bags and you'll get a lot of marketing mileage for your money. Perfect for everyone from the traveling student to the on-the-go entrepreneur, custom travel bags are ideal promotional products for audiences of all ages. There's really no better way to gain some on-the-go brand exposure. Custom luggage bags are a great way to guarantee brand recognition, and they're sure to be a hit among your employees and customers.
We have custom luggage bags from such brands as Samsonite, American Tourister, and High Sierra. Try the standard non-woven garment bag, or a simulated leather bag with a front zippered pocket and grab handles. Or how about a customized Samsonite SoLyte 20" Spinner, which has four 360-degree spinner wheels that allow for easy transport on any surface and weighs only six pounds?
Pinnacle Promotions also offers promotional wheeled duffel bags, customized rolling carry-ons, personalized hard-sided luggage, custom mesh laundry bags, and promotional wheeled backpacks.
Or maybe you'd prefer the customizable American Tourister Splash 2 21-inch Upright, with smooth-rolling in-line skate wheels for effortless mobility. The padded top and side carry handles provide comfort when lifting.
That's probably what Naomi Campbell was missing when she arrived at the then-chaotic Terminal 5. At least, we think so. It was difficult to understand her, through all the swearing.