June is National Student Safety Month

Posted on May 25, 2016 3:28 PM News, General

Businesses Prepare for National Student Safety Month with Custom Promotional Items from Fully Promoted


Now is the time for businesses to order promotional items from Fully Promoted to gear up for National Student Safety Month in June

June is National Student Safety Month, an annual campaign to encourage safe lifestyle choices in students and young people. The initiative is sponsored by the National Safety Council with the end goal of educating children on about the leading causes of preventable injury. Each week in the month of June is dedicated to a common theme or cause, for example: road safety, bike safety or internet safety.  Children can share these essential lessons with friends and remind their families of safe practices. Businesses interested in mounting a National Student Safety Month promotional marketing campaign must design and order their products now to be ready for June. Businesses can:

On a smaller scale, a company can simply raise awareness of the need to educate young people on issues of safety by developing custom products emblazoned with its logo and National Student Safety Month messaging to distribute. There are many types of custom promotional products available to distribute to clients and employees that will promote National Student Safety Month's goals and properly represent your brand's integrity. Items such as flashlights, first-aid kits or USB keys for internet safety are all suitable, and Fully Promoted's promotional marketing experts can help you find the promotional items that are the best fit for your organization. "Fully Promoted can reproduce your logo on various promotional products in the highest quality possible, while showing your organization's dedication to keeping students and their families safe," said an Fully Promoted Representative. "Educating young people on safe lifestyle practices creates a safer future for us all." Join Fully Promoted in educating students and encouraging safe behavior in our youth this June.

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