Invest in financial resources for the community and exclusive gifts that celebrate your invaluable team! You'll find everything from essential tools for promoting smart saving to customized giveaways for your presentations and outreach events. We also offer fun financial education incentives for kids at open houses, school visits, or Teach Children To Save Day that are "right on the money".
In today's economy, saving money and financial planning is more important than ever. That’s why Positive Promotions proudly offers financial professionals a unique, yet cost-effective selection of tools and resources to provide information and education to the community, as well as recognition gifts for hard-working team members.
With promotional tools featuring exclusive slogans like 25 Ways To Be Money Smart or our motivational stock logo Keep Calm And Budget On, you'll find everything you need to stress financial fitness and keep your own brand in top shape. There are informational slideguides, magnets, and portfolios to help adults organize their financial recordkeeping, plus other great ways to celebrate savings, such as currency-themed banks, bookmarks, pens, pencils, and balloons.
Our vault of financial education and resources products also includes personalized giveaways for your financial presentations, open houses, community outreach events, and facility tours. Banks and wallets make practical giveaways for bank patrons and new customers that provide safety and storage for cash, cards, and coins. Plus, our themed recognition gifts and rewards help you show appreciation to valuable employees and volunteers.
Children will enjoy our interactive activity books, paper banks, and bookmarks, designed to both introduce and reinforce financial education on Teach Children to Save Day in April or any day. Whether presented to kids at classroom visits, open houses, or bank and credit union tours, budget-friendly educational tools and incentives from Positive Promotions such as piggy banks, stickers, and colorful pencils are a great way to make learning about saving rewarding.