April 23, 2010 / Marketing Stuff

Kick-start Your Sales – Make your event stand out

Written by Aimee Parsons

What’s one thing you can’t ever pass up?  I will tell you, its freebies!

buttonsParents, students, faculty members, the entire school community, they are just like you and love to get free stuff.  Use that to your advantage and lure them into your yearbook kiosk with a giveaway.

We have created some cool new buttons and magnets that would be perfect for you to hand out at your booth.  They will make your booth be the shining light at your back-to-school/school registration event and leave people talking about yearbooks in the months ahead.

Buttons are great to hand out to students because Printthey can put them on their backpacks and be worn as flair.  They let the whole student body know that they love and support the yearbook.  Magnets are great for parents because they can put them on the refrigerator and remember that yearbooks really are forever and where to go to order for their students.

Buttons and magnets are all reasonably priced and can be ordered by emailing kit.department@walsworth.com. You can purchase buttons for $1.50 for 3 buttons in all 3 designs or $20 for 50 buttons in all 3 designs.  Magnets can be purchased for $12 for 96 magnets.

Like what you see here?  Look for more blogs in upcoming weeks discussing some of the other cool and helpful things you can find in the manual such as:

  • Our coveted 7-things you can do now to zap energy into your books sales,
  • Our editable email templates that you can customize yourself,
  • Templates to help you get started with All-calls and so much more.
Aimee Parsons

Aimee Parsons is a Senior Marketing Specialist for Walsworth and a contributing writer to the Yearbooks Blog. She previously worked as an Account Manager for ClassScene, Walsworth’s online solution for photo and video sharing. Prior to joining Walsworth, Parsons was a corporate photographer for Burns and McDonnell Engineering. She owns and operates her own freelance photography business and studied commercial photography at Northern Arizona University.