Wheat Straw Keyring
Product Code: 210026
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About this Product
Promotional Wheat Straw Keyrings to take a reusable branded straw with you everywhere you go. Comes in a set complete with cleaning equipment and a carry case supplied with a keyring and carabiner.
The set is made of wheat straw, a naturally occurring material left after wheat is harvested. It can be used to make several kinds of products and is considered highly eco-friendly.
Plastic straws have an unhealthy impact on the environment. They pollute natural waters and lands causing immeasurable harm on nature. Choosing this reusable wheat straw drinking straw will help reduce waste ending up in the ocean.
The case of the set can be printed with spot colours to remind its user of your brand every time they take a sip from their drink. Also great for raising brand awareness in the hospitality and catering businesses as a giveaway item for your customers.
Ideal to use in any promotional and marketing campaigns and event considering its small size and practicality. These branded straws will promote your brand easily while they add a practical touch to your campaigns. Include them in promotional product bundles with other branded items to make a long lasting impression on your potential and existing customers.
Prices include a colour personalisation in 1 position. Prices exclude VAT, origination and carriage.
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