Tasty Image chocolates make great party favors and gifts. But did you know that chocolate – especially Tasty Image chocolates – can solve problems?
To expand your marketing in 2012, look for ways that your Tasty Image products can help others solve their problems. Whenever someone says, “gee I wish I could …” ask yourself, can Tasty Image help? Send a few samples, get a test order, and enjoy residual sales and repeat traffic from happy customers.
Here are two real life ways we helped clients solve a problem.
Weyerhaeuser is the largest exporter of timber and wood products in the United States. They operate an entire seaport in Longview, Washington and export wood to South America, Europe and China. Gary Cooke, the safety class instructor for Weyerhaeuser, was conducting live re-enactments in his safety classes and handing out chocolate as a fun way to reward employees for accurate responses. “I was basically ‘borrowing’ handfuls of chocolate from the company dispatcher each week,” he said. Tasty Image provided Weyerhaeuser with logo-printed chocolates. “They’re a huge hit,” said Gary. “Now we’re thinking about ordering logo-printed bars as Christmas gifts for our clients and loggers.”
The Boston Globe is the largest and most venerated newspaper in the United States. The Globe has been active in reinvigorating downtown Boston by sponsoring a QR code treasure hunt through downtown stores and restaurants. We helped the Globe promote their new website and online presence by printing thousands of QR code chocolates as giveaways.