Australian Lapel Pins - Keeping It Close To Your Heart
Here they are, the entire country covered as far as lapel pins are concerned with one for everyone. Our range of australian themed pins and badges ranges from the classic flag pins, through to a celebration of our unique marsupial population with the kangaroo, wily platypus and fluffy koala all featuring on their own models. It's a celebration of everything Australian, but be assured, you can have anything you like made when it comes to lapel pins so if your vision is more a can of VB or a great white shark than one of our marsupial friends we van accommodate you.
Real Aussies Wears Australian Flag Pins & Badges with Pride
It hasn't been picked up by the mainstream media, but we here at promotional products central have noticed a recent trend in political demographics. Every time one of the hapless puppets in Canberra appears wearing an Australian flag pin they experience a welcome bump in their approval rating. You don't have to be Einstein to put two and two together, multiply it by the speed of light and and come to the conclusion that these flag pins and kangaroo pins are sending out a message to the public at large subliminally that they are attached to a person of integrity who oozes leadership quality. It can be the only answer. Nothing else changes. It's funny, because like a politician, australian flag badges and pins are all shiny on attractive on the outside and you can buy them for the price of a beer.
They're Here for Every State - Maaate!
Say your factory is about to be visited by an Estonian trade delegation interested in the latest concrete polishing technology. They'll be loaded down with all sorts of kitsch in the interests of international goodwill. You could give them Australian flag pins but they'd already have enough to sink a Collins Class sub. So how about give them an australian state lapel pin. You wanna bet we haven't got them all here, exact mini replicas of the state flags of NSW, Victoria`... you get the picture. That is unless you include Tassie because we didn't get them made. But don't fear southern devils, we can get them done anyway. Why would these classic and immensely appealing programs be such a unique offering to a gift-weary contingent? Because we have never sold any. A bit of patriotism here please people. Everyone wants the cute koala pins and the kangaroo pins but what about state pride? Short of provoking a civil war to promote sales, we hope it's only a matter of time before the nation wakes up to the opportunity under its nose.