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Get Ready for the Holidays: 5 Things Your Business Can Do Now

It feels like summer just ended, but the holiday season is right around the corner! The key to kicking off a successful holiday season for your Salt Lake business is planning ahead. By working through the details and ordering your necessities now, you’ll be ready to drive sales, show appreciation to your customers and employees, and end the year on a great note. Working with a local partner like AlphaGraphics South Salt Lake, centrally located in the Salt Lake Valley, makes it even easier to get through the busy holiday season. Let us handle the design and production of your print collateral, signage, marketing materials and more. Call us today at 801-461-0500 to get started! As you prepare your business’s holiday initiatives, here are five things to start thinking about now.

Holiday Promotional Items1. Order Your Promotional Gifts

Promotional gifts are a holiday season staple. Personalized, branded gifts are a great way to show your appreciation for your top customers or clients. In particular, investing in premium gifts is a guaranteed way to stand out. Every time your client wears a piece of high-end branded apparel or uses a gifted tech or cookware item, your company will be top of mind. The huge variety of promotional gifts available means that you can choose items to fit any budget, in any shape or size. But whatever type of gift you decide to go with, be sure to order sooner than later.

Order your Promotional Products today! Due to COVID-19 related supply chain disruptions, manufacturers are experiencing challenges with reduced inventory. Production on personalized items is expected to take longer this year. Plan ahead now and make sure you order all promotional items well in advance, so your Salt Lake customers don’t miss out on free gifts and your business doesn’t miss out on brand awareness.

2. Don’t Forget About Employee Appreciation

The past two years have demanded a lot of flexibility and perseverance from every member of your team. This holiday season, it’s more important than ever before to show your appreciation for your staff and thank them for all they’ve done for your Salt Lake business. Many of the same gifts you use to show appreciation to top clients are also perfect for your staff members. You might even choose additional customizations on these items, embroidering names into apparel or personalizing things like coffee and tea sets. One option is an agBox full of branded gifts. This unexpected gesture will help build pride in your brand and show your employees how much you value them. Watch an agBox video.

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3. Send Out Your Season’s Greetings

Exchanging holiday cards is another beloved holiday tradition that can also help to strengthen your relationship with clients. By sending out physical holiday cards, you can help spread some festive cheer while connecting with your customers on a personal level. Holiday Greeting CardTo increase the impact of your holiday cards, have a design and print partner like AlphaGraphics South Salt Lake create a custom design for your cards. You can even get creative with die cutting, embossing, foil stamping, and folding to create a stand-out card that will earn a special place on the mantel! Including a hand-written note or enclosing a photo of your team in the card will help reinforce your relationship — especially if your Salt Lake business has transitioned to doing more business remotely.


4. Prepare for Holiday Promotions

Santa contour cut out signIf, like many Salt Lake valley businesses, you rely on the holiday season for a large percentage of your annual revenue, it’s time to start brainstorming how you’ll get customers in through the door. Many consumers expect to see sales and special offers around the holidays, so running a promotion is a great way to drive more sales. Prepare for these promotions well in advance with marketing materials. It’s smart to use a blend of digital materials, like email blasts and social media advertising, as well as physical materials, like postcards, mailers, and flyers. Creative signage for both inside and outside your storefront will capture the attention of passersby and help you capitalize on spontaneous purchases.




5. Deck Your Halls

Salt Lake City City Creek plaza with holiday decorationsSalt Lake City City Creek plaza aglow with holiday decorations, left.

Festive decor is key to feeling the magic of the holiday season. Help create a great Salt Lake holiday shopping experience for your guests by sprucing up your storefront and making the inside of your business look merry as can be. Unique decorations will help you stand out from other businesses to draw in more customers, too.



Christmas Candy Windows downtown Salt Lake CityChristmas Candy Windows in downtown Salt Lake City, left.

Go beyond tinsel and wreaths this year with creative signage that can transform your entire business into a winter wonderland. Choose wall, window, and floor graphics or pull-up banners to add splashes of holiday cheer to every surface. Think about how you can blend holiday motifs with your branding for a truly unique experience as Salt Lake flips the switch for another great holiday season.

Get Festive with AlphaGraphics South Salt Lake

AlphaGraphics South Salt Lake AlphaGraphics South Salt Lake, 2945 S. West Temple, SLC, UT 84115, left.

When your business is ready to design and produce materials for the holiday season, reach out to AlphaGraphics South Salt Lake. Our print and marketing experts can help you create a comprehensive strategy for making the most of the holiday season and all of its revenue-driving potential.  


Talk to us! AlphaGraphics South Salt Lake is here to help you plan for a successful holiday season for your Salt Lake area business.

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Talk to a marketing expert at AlphaGraphics South Salt Lake to learn more about how we can work with you to build your brand to attract more customers!



Call 801-461-0500 today!


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