Wednesday, November 27th, 2013 thru Thursday, December 5th, 2013
The melting pot of religions and ethnicities around the world makes it difficult to customize promotional products during the holiday season. However, just being mindful of the traditions and history related to each specific holiday can show customers and employees that you have taken the time to become informed about their backgrounds.
In the Jewish religion, Chanukah (the Hebrew word meaning “rededication”) originated with the victory of the Maccabees and the rededication of the Jerusalem Temple over 2,300 years ago. It also commemorates the miracle of the oil that kept the eternal light burning for 8 days in the temple, when the oil was only enough to last for a single day. This light is present in every Jewish house of worship and is not ever supposed to be extinguished. In America, Jewish families celebrate Chanukah by exchanging gifts, decorating their homes, eating traditional foods, and lighting the holiday menorah.
This Chanukah give a gift to your customers that they can use and appreciate all year. What better way to get in the holiday spirit than with promotional products? Desk sets or watches are excellent choices for Chanukah presents, or consider executive office gifts.
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