Happy Hanukkah!

The Holidays are coming! Can you believe it? You’re sure to be marketing new products and building your brand, heightening consumer excitement throughout the special winter season. Approaching quicker than Christmas is another joyful holiday – Hanukkah! The ancient Jewish holiday meaning “dedication” is celebrated annually between December 6 and December 14.

While Christmas is the primary promotional holiday, celebrating Hanukkah can further boost your seasonal success. If your company has yet to share in the joy of Hanukkah, go for it! As Christmas personally connects with consumers prompting positive feelings of faith and family, Hanukkah does the same.

Hanukkah celebration elements set. Vintage style festive objects. Isolated vector illustration.Hanukkah products come in all colors, in particular blue and white, and blue and silver. They often include Jewish symbols and letters. The hexagram Star of David is a primary symbol of Judaism. The menorah is a lamp stand with seven lamps. The dreidel is a four-sided spinning top with Hebrew letters on the sides.

Dreidels are popular among consumers of all ages. The spinners come in various sizes and materials decorated with unique colors and designs. With your logo featured on the sides, families are sure to keep the dreidels in their game cupboards, and kids will be pulling them out every time they want to play the Dreidel Game.

Cool blue, white and silver wrapping paper and ribbon make a fresh and frosty holiday scene with presents nestled in snow, accented with ribbon and glittery ornaments.

Brightly colored ornaments make trees sparkle with stringing lights. You can choose the color of the ball ornaments and their decorations with any image or text. The dazzling ornaments can catch the eye on the family tree and embody the spirit of Hanukkah, a holiday cheerfully referred to as the “Festival of Lights.”

Families honor the historic festival by cooking traditional Hanukkah meals. Make a respectful gesture by sharing mugs and plates with a Jewish symbol and your company logo.

With the especially meaningful and distinct symbols of Hanukkah, the holiday allows your company to be extra creative. Graphics of pomegranates are even placed on products because of their references in scripture. And if you’re ready to לַחתוֹר אֶל-(go all out), feature a graphic of Jerusalem.

Full frame take of a table with traditional Hanukkah

The parties provide many possibilities. Consumers will be celebrating with cards, cookies and confetti. “Happy Hanukkah” banners will be placed over table decorations and paper lanterns. Have fun reaching out to more people this holiday season, encouraging excitement and anticipation!

Try something new! People will appreciate it. Celebrating Hanukkah with promotional products enables you to appeal to more consumers and enhance the liveliness surrounding your company.

Happy Hanukkah!

For great gift ideas and all your branding ventures, call (801) 491-8068 to speak with one of our sales reps or visit namify.com. Stay classy!

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