Disclaimer: This was a sponsored post, commissioned by blinkproductdesign.com. I was provided with an Urban Tote, Padfolio and Regal Twist pen so that I could try the products for myself and photograph them for this article.  Blink Product Design is also sponsoring the contest and will giveaway 1 Urban Tote, 1 Northwest Jr. Padfolio and 1 Urban Twist pen for a total estimated retail value of $67.  The words and opinions are mine and mine alone.


When Blink Product Design offered to send me some product samples if I would give them my honest feedback and potentially offer a contest to my readers I was more than happy to oblige.  Office stationary and marketing products are found everywhere and are not only functional but can also be good promotional material for your organization while still providing something a customer can use.  After all, if you give somebody a company branded tote bag, laptop bag, padfolio or give out thousands of high quality pens with your company’s logo on them it helps get your brand out there.

This is especially true if you attend trade shows or networking conventions where product branding is everything and making sure you have office products to giveaway to other networking professionals can be a good way to make sure your company is remembered over the plethora of business cards that are going to be handed out.

One item Blink Product Design sent to me was the Urban Tote Bag to showcase to my readers.

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The bag is well constructed, is a good size and has a vast array of pockets to hold your gadgets, pens and other items.  You can even fit entire notepads in the center panel or a tablet device or netbook.

The other merchandise I was sent to review included the Northwest Jr. Padfolio, Regal Twist Pen and a little Serenity Jotter with pen.

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IMG_0147The quality of the leather on the Northwest Jr. Padfolio was what stood out for me, it had a very soft grip and plenty of pockets to store folded papers, business cards or other information.

Overall I found that every product in the package tested was among the higher quality business promotional items you would expect from a company.

If you need marketing products for your business or want to give your employees some branded materials to use or distribute to customers, then I would consider using Blink Product Design as their quality really stands out.

Now, onto the contest giveaway!


Blink Product Design Giveaway Contest

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In this contest one winner will win one of each of the following products listed above, the total prize package is worth $67.

Contest begins on Thursday March 17th 2011 at 12:00am PST, and ends on Wednesday March 23rd at 11:59PM PST.   The winner will be chosen on Thursday March 24th randomly using the list randomizer on the random.org website.

To enter the contest, all you have to do is the following:

  • Leave a comment on this article on what business marketing products you like and would be interested in potentially using.

Special Offer for Dragon Blogger Readers

In addition to the contest running above you can place an order for promotional merchandise right now and use code “DRAGONB1” to get 10% off your total purchase order.

What products would you want for your business?

Update – Contest is Closed

The contest is closed and the winner has been chosen, but feel free to leave a comment and take advantage of the 10% off coupon exclusive to my readers.

-Dragon Blogger

Justin Germino
Working in the IT Industry for over 17 years starting with OS, Networking and then moving into web based technologies including authentication and online security. Dragon Blogger has unique insights and opinions to how the internet and web technology works. An Avid movie fan, video game fan and fan of trying anything and everything new.
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