newPCgadgets Introduces a New Hospitality Swag Item for This Year's Holiday Season

New Years Eve Promotional Gift for Vip Guests

USA, Cleveland, Ohio. November 27, 2018

Since the recent introduction of Smartphone Coasters for the luxury hotel and resort industry, newPCgadgets has announced placements in the Waldorf Astoria, Omni, St Regis and many independently owned boutique hotels.

As a seasonal holiday gift, Smartphone Coasters can be given to VIP guests as a premium swag gift for the upcoming New Year's Eve events. As a promotional gift for GM's and DOSM's to hand-out, Smartphone Coasters make a unique and long-lasting giveaway that will enhance the hotel brand.

Smartphone Coasters combine the look of a business card with the convenience of an all-acrylic and laser engraved desktop phone stand to create a premium promotional item guests will appreciate.

With a large display surface for engraving, hotels can have their logo or message shown on a highly-visible area. This enhances the promotional value of Smartphone Coasters over other cheaper options.

newPCgadgets is offering quick turn-around times for orders received over the next 10 days. Contact them at newPCgadgets.com to place orders or to view additional details, pictures and pricing


Promotional Gift At Waldorf Astoria and St.Regis
Promotional phone stand at Ritz-Carlton Hotels
Premium promotional gift for vip guests - Smartphone Coasters
Hospitality New Years Eve Swag item
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Tags: hospitality promotional items, hospitality promotional gifts, hospitality swag

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