Promotional flying discs: the ultimate branding toolsThe spinning disc soars through the air, seeming to silently cut through the clouds, and hangs in the sky, taking a brief, beautiful pause. In that moment, you spot it, the logo of a company printed on its face. And you realize that promotional flying discs are pretty awesome to look at — and awesome for marketing your business and your brand.
Pinnacle Promotions offers a wide variety of personalized flying discs in multiple colors, sizes, and in different materials. These promotional flying discs are great giveaways at trade shows, expos, conventions, and other events. Your customers and employees will love them, and they'll think of you and your company every time they toss one to the dog, or play a gnarly game of Ultimate.
We have small promotional flying discs that can be used as coasters. We have the customizable 105-gram, Frequent Flyer™, which keeps promotional messages flying high on a large, 6-inch diameter imprint area. The Nylon Florida Flyer is a fun, frisbee-like toy that's the perfect promotional item for tailgates, picnics, school activities, sporting events, and beach themes.
Or how about a personalized Unique Designed Flying Disk, which looks like a plane propeller? Or a customized Flexi Spring Flyer, made from lightweight fabric stretched across a flexible hoop? This promotional flyer easily folds into a nylon storage pouch. We also have personalized flying discs that glow in the dark, or are made with recycled material.
You're thinking about all of this as you watch your promotional flying disc float in the air. You’re contemplating its physics, how the shape of the disc, an airfoil in cross-section, generates lift as it moves through the air while spinning. And you're mentally patting yourself on the back because that personalized disc looks sweet and your toss was sweet.
But then you hear an "OW!"
You wake up from your fantasy, in which you are a sweet Ultimate player, and realize that your throw was actually a wobbly mess. And your friend caught it with her face. Oops. Your bad.