Tucson Promotional Products
Tucson, Arizona lies in Pima County in the Sonoran Desert - one of the largest, and hottest, deserts in North America with summer daytime high temperatures that often exceed 100 degrees Fahrenheit. But you can beat the heat with Tucson promotional products like imprinted fans and sunscreen! But travel just a bit north past Oro Valley and Marana and you may be in need of products like custom jackets and knit beanies instead! Pima County is surrounded by five mountain ranges including the Santa Catalina Mountains whose highest peak, Mount Lemmon, is the southernmost ski destination in the US in the town of Summerhaven. Go towards the center of the city, south from Oro Valley and Marana and you can find a bustling downtown scene with a shopping district, arts district in Barrio Tiburn, and one of America's premier research institutions, the University of Arizona. You can also find plenty of Tucson souvenires to celebrate this city for all it has to offer along the way.
Within the mountain ranges and the suburban neighborhoods of Sahuarita, Casas Adobes (Caseas Adobes was the first suburb of Tucson) and the Catalina Foothills lies a city that is full of attractions that merit unique items in their honor including the famous Rialto Theatre. Today a popular concert venue, the Rialto Theatre first opened back in 1920 as one of Tucson's first movie theatres. It is now actually listed on the National Register of Historic Places along with several other venues in the same central Pima County area including the Fox Tucson Theatre built in 1929, the old Pima County Courthouse designed in 1928, and the DeGrazia Gallery in the Sun historical district in the Catalina Foothills. Central Tucson also has plenty of places to shop for not only custom items but other consumer products too with unique retail stores lining the avenues of the arts district Barrio Tiburn and Tucson's first shopping mall, El Con Mall. One of the other great and unique features about central Tucson is that this part of the city is very bike-friendly. It's not surprising to see some products like bike bottles imprinted with the Arizona Wildcats mascot.
Tucson and the Great Outdoors
Prefer to bike on a trail rather than on the road? There are dozens of trails available to choose from around Pima County, and Yuma County to the west and Cochise County to the east, and also around Mt. Lemmon in Summerhaven whether you are looking for an exciting mountain biking challenge, or a leisurely bike ride. You might want to take along some outdoor items like custom binoculars for bird watching - more than 500 species of birds can be found here in the Sonoran Desert and there is also a walk-in aviary at the Sonoran Desert Museum. At night, pull out your telescope instead. From Summerhaven to the Catalina Foothills you'll find some of the clearest skies in the country.