New Promotional Gifts Start the Countdown to Christmas

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A new line of promotional chocolate advent calendars has recently been added to the Redbows promotional gifts range (http://www.redbows.co.uk/promotional-advent-calendars.htm). The autumn period is not one usually associated with Christmas campaigns but the nature of promotional advent calendars and their use as promotional gifts requires planning up to three to four months in advance.

Chocolate advent calendars are popular promotional items for companies looking to reward staff and clients around this time of year. The usual lead time is 10-15 working days from artwork acceptance and demand means that orders usually have to be confirmed by the first or second week of November at the latest with most printers running at full capacity by then. Large print runs require more advanced planning and complicated artwork can take several additional weeks to organise especially if a custom one-off sample is required.

The Redbows promotional advent calendars are available in three formats: standard (144 x 133 x 10mm), bespoke and desktop (212mm x 153mm x 10mm). Each can be customised with defined print areas and a variety of template patterns to choose from. The calendars contain sugar coated chocolate drops.

"Christmas is one of our favourite times of year and we see a huge demand for all chocolate and sweet gifts around then" commented Dawn Koffler, Managing Director. "I am particularly pleased with our promotional advent calendars because they are easy to personalise and are always well received."

Other products within the Redbows promotional chocolates range include Belgian, Neopolitan, coins, bars, truffles and molded chocolate shapes. For more information visit the Redbows website to see the wide range of promotional gifts, incentives and giveaways. Promotional advent calendars form part of the Redbows range of food, drinks and confectionery promotional items.

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