Stimulate your marketing plan with ePromos’ individually packaged candy and food, delivered in jars, tins, and boxes for a long-lasting product. Purchase a candy jar for your office waiting room, or buy several gift tins stuffed with cookies, candies, or popcorn for your next company giveaway. Our custom tins and boxes work great as storage solutions, perpetually advertising your business without the purchase of extra ad space. How's that for a sweet deal? Let ePromos style your promotional items and you’ll be sure to keep customers coming back for seconds!
These custom chocolate covered almonds in a gold foil lined round promotional tin is a real head turner.
Our custom chocolate and candy covered pretzels bear the hallmark of quality, taste and value cherished for nearly a century.
Hand out this custom candy filled glass jar with fruit sour balls to sweeten your next marketing campaign.
Fill a room with sweet treats by giving this custom candy filled gourmet glass jar with assorted Jelly Beans.
This promotional candy add a touch of elegant style to any desk top with attractive reusable custom desk caddy.
Reminisce about the birth of rock and roll and other historical events while munching on a unique custom candy mix straight from the 1950's!
Logo chewing gum machine packed with tasty colorful gumballs.
Reinforce your company logo with delicious filled truffles and a custom chocolate molded centerpiece.
Recall events such as the moon landing and the Kennedy presidency while snacking on a retro blend of custom candy from the 1960's era.
These assorted Lindor custom chocolates in clear view gift box makes a classic holiday gift!
Call to mind the beginning of the Star Wars enterprise and Saturday Night Live while devouring popular custom candy from the 70's packaged in retro themed boxes.
Power up with a gourmet trail mix of savory snacks that includes chocolate coated candy, yogurt covered peanuts, raisins and peanuts packaged inside custom tins.
Who can say not to a traditional promotional gift tin of gourmet cookies?