New Premium Promotional Product for 2019 Smartphone Coasters from newPCgadgets

Featured at the Waldorf Astoria & St. Regis Hotels

USA, Cleveland, Ohio. January 10, 2019

Smartphone Coasters are a new promotional gift idea for luxury hotel sales and marketing directors to offer their VIP guests and clients in 2019. With the new year and a new budget, newPCgadgets is now promoting their popular selling custom phone stand to hospitality industry.

Already Smartphone Coasters are being handed out as promotional gifts at the Waldorf Astoria, Ritz-Carlton, St. Regis and dozens more luxury hotels and resorts. Smartphone Coasters are also popular with boutique and independent hotels.

The laser engraved clear acrylic surface prominently displays the logo of the luxury hotel making it ideal as a promotional product or promotional gift. Guests will frequently use Smartphone Coasters as a desktop phone stand or charging base ensuring that the property logo will always be visible. Smartphone Coasters are also sold in luxury hotel gift shops, placed in guest rooms and handed out at private parties and events.

Smartphone Coasters are sold in minimum quantities of 25 units including custom engraving. Pricing ranges between $3.29 and $2.99 each depending on quanity.

Sales and marketing directors that are looking for premium promotional items in 2019 should consider Smartphone Coasters from newPCgadgets.


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