When customers come to you for apparel, it’s the perfect opportunity to upsell – if you know what to offer. Think beyond apparel products and consider their end-use, so you can pitch the perfect pairings of apparel and add-on accessories. Let’s show you how it’s done!
Performance gear is especially popular with gyms, sports clubs and fitness studios, although the corporate world is hopping on the athleisure train as well.
Sell This: Leggings, tank tops, hoodies Add This: Headwear like headbands and caps Why? Get your customers’ brand out on the road by pitching everythingfitness enthusiasts need to exercise outdoors.
From elementary schools to colleges, education groups like booster clubs, after-school programs and sports teams have a huge need for branded apparel.
Sell This: T-shirts, baseball-style three-quartersleeve shirts, sporty tops Add This: Blankets, drawstring bags and stadium seats Why? Think student athletes – these items will be a big hit with parents who want to support their superstars at the big game!
Beach bums and travelers want fresh duds for their trip and souvenirs to commemorate their adventure, making hotels, souvenir shops and coastal-area restaurants a hotbed for sales.
Sell This: Tie-dye T-shirts, long-sleeve tees, outdoor wear Add This: Bags, beach towels, folding chairs Why? Vacationers need more than just clothes to relax and unwind – beach accessories can be a hot ticket for additional sales.
Sell your clients on the ultimate bundle for grilling up some grub by the beach with aprons, coolers and this t-shirt with a bottle opener attached. Bottoms up!
Businesses big and small buy branded shirts and swag to reward employees, boost morale and generate buzz at trade shows and events.
Sell This: Dress shirts and polos Add This: Backpacks, blankets, scarves Why? Suggest your business accounts try something new for their employee recognition and end-of-year gifts, such as carrying cases or luxury items.