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WEST PALM BEACH, FL, October 04, 2019 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Breast Cancer Awareness Month comes around every October and companies are always looking for new ways to help make a difference. Fully Promoted, the global franchise brand known for its promotional products, embroidered apparel, and marketing services, encourages businesses to go pink with these unique, yet practical items.
"Fully Promoted is known around the world for helping companies take their business growth to the next level," says Mike Brugger, President of Fully Promoted, a brand of the United Franchise Group. "This month, we are focusing on linking businesses to a nation-wide cause"
Fully Promoted franchisees, like Kim Roberts of Fully Promoted Magnolia, Texas, are increasing awareness with their own promotional products. Kicking off Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the Magnolia location is featuring customized pink pens for October. Spotlighting the pink pens is a way of bringing awareness while demonstrating one of the endless product options available to businesses when they source from Fully Promoted.
"Our pink pens, with pink ink, are the perfect attention grabbers to bring awareness to October as Breast Cancer Awareness Month," said Roberts. "Pens themselves are very effective as a promotional item because they're cost-effective, get used repeatedly, and the design options are so versatile."
For businesses that are not sure of the best-fit strategy, Fully Promoted Bethesda, Maryland, has created a custom infographic to help generate ways of bringing awareness and reminding Fully Promoted customers how they can contribute. In this graphic, there are five detailed ways your workplace can act for the cause:
1. Provide pink ribbons for your staff and encourage wearing them daily.
2. Invite friends and family to a fashion show run by employees all hitting the runway in pink clothing.
3. Build office camaraderie by organizing a group to participate in a local breast cancer walk or run.
4. Take up a collection of new scarves and hats to deliver to a local chemo center.
5. Allow employees to pick their own style of fundraising – individually or as a team.
"Our thought process behind designing this themed flyer was to communicate simple, actionable steps that any office or company can integrate into their own best practices," said Tom Foust, franchisee of Fully Promoted Bethesda. "It could serve to create new annual traditions within businesses where everyone on the team can feel included and get involved."
"We're pleased to see Fully Promoted franchisees be of service to this cause by showcasing the originality and helpful spirit that speaks to our brand," said Brugger.
About Fully Promoted
Fully Promoted has more than 300 locations across the globe and plans to have 400 by the end of 2019. Fully Promoted operates a full-service branded products and marketing services business and is the place to go to get customers. From promotional products and embroidery to expert printing services, we can help take your business to the next level. Most recently, Fully Promoted introduced an office-based model that will allow you to operate your business using a developed network of resources. To find the Fully Promoted nearest you, visit www.FullyPromoted.com and for franchising opportunities, visit www.FullyPromotedFranchise.com.
About United Franchise Group
Led by Founder and CEO Ray Titus, United Franchise Group is home to a variety of affiliated companies and brands, including Signarama, Fully Promoted, Experimax, Jon Smith Subs, Venture X, SuperGreen Solutions, Transworld Business Advisors, Accurate Franchising, Network Lead Exchange, and The Great Greek Mediterranean Grill. With more than three decades in the franchising industry, and 1,600 franchisees in 80 countries throughout the world, United Franchise Group offers unprecedented leadership and solid business opportunities for entrepreneurs.
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