Camp Store Logo Branded Sunglasses
Camp Stores on grounds are becoming more and more sophisticated. No more does a large camp store carry some aspirin, bandages and a little sunscreen. Today, camp stores have taken a page from the trends in college bookstores: create a great customer experience inside the store, offer highly desirable products targeted to the campers in a beautiful, stylish setting. The trend in sleepaway camp stores is to modernize and offer a range of products teenagers want and need. In addition to the t-shirts campers receive free as part of the arrival welcome kit (the camp swag bag), campers can purchase additional t-shirts for themselves or even for members of their families back home. Imagine your son or daughter bringing home t-shirts with the camp logo for the whole family? A t-shirt for Mom, Dad, brothers and sisters, that would be very heartwarming.
Most popular activities at Sports Camps
Unless the camp is a dedicated sports camp, that is a tennis camp, a football camp, baseball camp, etc., then children at sports camps are encouraged to try the out of mainstream sports. For those camps which offer lacrosse, it is one of the most popular activities on grounds. Summer camp is a time for a young person to try new forms of sports and other forms of entertainment and skill. A teenager at camp may participate with a theater activity and actually act on stage. Outside of the pressure felt by his or her own local friends at school, the camper may discover they really love the acting on stage experience. New experiences like this take place all over the USA and Canada each and every summer thousands of times.
What's in Your Camp Swag Bag
A traditional event which occurs as each new camper arrives is the presentation of the camper's welcome bag. The products and papers given to the camper will include some general camp contact information, rules and guidelines for attendance at camp, dining assignments, etc. Certainly it is expected the camper will receive their camp t-shirt in the welcome kit as well. A trend has emerged whereby some of the larger sleepaway camps in the United States have accepted some product endorsements. These agreements work in the same manner as any other marketing agreement: there is some level of product name mention at the venue and the product is distributed to the camp's attendees. Imagine a lip balm agreement in which a vinyl banner advertising the product is placed in the main dining room and each camper's Swag Bag contains s stick of that lip balm. A perfect match?