Monday, July 1st, 2013 thru Wednesday, July 31st, 2013
Company picnics are a great way to promote bonding and integrate employees with one another. Have a cookout at a local park, plan games and activities, and invite employees to bring loved ones and even pets. Or, give employees and clients picnic items to enjoy during their own leisure time. But before packing the basket, it’s important to remember a few tips to stay safe on your picnic. While wicker baskets are a perfect way to carry promotional blankets and glassware, coolers and custom thermoses should be used to prevent food from spoiling. Durable barbecue sets and oven mitts protect hands from burning or spreading germs and make great gifts for the cooking aficionados among your group of friends because they can be used in the kitchen during cooler months. With these guidelines in mind, it’s time to take your food – and your brand- outside!
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