Promotional Food & Beverage Gifts
Custom food items make tasty corporate gifts
"Please, sir, I want some more."
Poor little Oliver Twist, with his soot-smudged cheek, holding up a bare bowl in the hopes of getting even a small second helping. A cruel fate, to be sure, and even worse because the food on offer was gruel. Gruel! But we know what he was dreaming of: custom promotional food and beverage items. Yup. That's right. That's what Dickens was writing about in that book. No really, it's true.
That's why, later on in the musical, Oliver and his little urchin friends sing this song:Is it worth the waiting for? If we live till 84 All we ever get is gruel! Every day we say our prayer — For the Chocolate Lover's Gift Tower with truffles, cookies, and more, layer after layer Still we get the same old gruel! There's not promotional beverage, not a personalized candy jar can we find, can we beg, can we borrow, or cadge, But there's nothing to stop us from getting a thrill When we all close our eyes and imagine — Food, promotional food, From Pinnacle Promotions!
Even Oliver understood the delicious power of custom food and beverage items from Pinnacle Promotions. Print your company logo or information on promotional mint tins, customized chocolate, and custom promotional candy, and your employees and customers will think of your business and your brand with every sweet bite. We can print pictures on Oreo cookies, put your logo on a graham cracker, get your company name on a promotional chocolate bar, or engrave your motto on a popsicle stick. We have truffles, cocoa, caramel chocolate apples, chocolate cigars, and collector tins — and they're all great marketing tools for your company. Put your logo on a custom bottle of water, and hand it out at trade shows, expos, and other events.
You'll get a lot of marketing bang for your buck. So much so, that you'll see little Oliver Twist in the face of your current and potential customers, as they hold out their hands and try to not look pitiful as they say, "Please sir, I want some more."