hangers. Sunday , June 25th , 2017 - 08:03:12 AM
Dave Toub is the owner of Punching Bags Pro; and absolutely loves the sport.It would appear that women have too many clothes and not enough closet space to hang them in without crushing them together - so, it comes as no surprise that women only seem to use 35% of the clothes they have hanging in their closets. This lack of hanging space can be overcome with a pack of space saving clothes hangers of one design or another. One old favorite for hanging clothes over the back of the door is the space saver hanger bar. This comes with a pair of hooks and five space saver hangers per pack. This pack of space saving clothes hangers enables you to hang up to ten items from a door frame or a picture rail, or the back of the door - two clothes' items per hole. You might even decide to use it in your wardrobe or to hang clothes up when drying. It was an old favorite years' ago and appears to have been resurrected recently with some success.
Lastly we compare the "impact" strategy of door hangers against flyers and brochures. Flyers are usually meant to be distributed to people themselves. Brochures on the other hand are passive promotions usually requiring their audience to be enticed to read them. The problem with these two strategies is that they do not have enough impact. For most people, flyers are just a read and forget deal requiring little attention in their part. Brochures being a passive tool as they are cannot really be considered as a concerted marketing effort.
Door hangers do not tend to be as popular in the marketing world as they could be. Most places that they are seen are for local pizza places or in hotels but they will work in other places too.
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