Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Why Use Custom Lanyards?

How many of you use lanyards? While I don't really use a lanyard on a regular basis, there are many times throughout the year that I end up needing one. Whether it's at an event and I use it to wear my name tag or ticket, or maybe carry an important paper. Earlier this year my sister and I attended a 3-day event, and rather than carrying a ticket around all day, 3 days in a row, I chose to wear my "ticket" around my neck with-you guessed it-a lanyard. So much easier, and no chance of dropping my ticket or losing it in my purse!  

Of course, lanyards are also a great way of advertising for your company or, in my case, advertising my blog. Custom lanyards with my blog's website on them would be super helpful for this. Next month I will once again be attending a blogger event, and custom lanyards would actually be really great. Every blogger there will be passing out business cards, but handing someone my business card and a lanyard with my blog's name and website address would be so much more fun! Not to mention it would make my blog stand out from the rest, a little something to make Hope's Cafe more memorable. :)

Even if you don't have a company, product or website that you want to promote, custom lanyards are still something you might be interested in. They would make a great souvenir or keepsake for a family reunion, or a group trip. It would be wonderful for putting the family name, a group motto, or that special date. Perfect for children's clubs or groups, too. An easy way to keep track of children on an outing, or a tool so the children can carry money or tickets while out and about. 

Lanyards are a great way to carry those little necessities while traveling or at events. What about you? Do you have any special use for lanyards? I am loving all the ways you can utilize these handy little straps! Carrying keys, cash, cards, passport...what else do you carry with or on your lanyard?

This is a sponsored post for Namify, however, all the points and views are my own.

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