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Making the most of outdoor brochure holders

Outdoor brochure holders are the low cost way to ensure you keep on marketing & promoting your business even when you are not around.

We’ve got some great tips to help you make the most of these handy Point of Sale products.

Who needs outdoor brochure holders?

Any company, organisation or group who is not open for business 24/7. That includes: shops, community centres, leisure centres, visitor centres, parks and car park, hotels, restaurants, cafes.

outdoor brochure holder

What can I use my outdoor brochure holders for?

These holders are available in most sizes, especially the three main print sizes: A4, A5 and DL (1/3 A4) so you can use them to hold all kinds of print. For shops and restaurants they are brilliant for price lists and promotional brochures. For hotels they can be used to promote special events and add-on services. For community centres they can store local newsletters or events listings. For leisure centres and gyms, they can hold membership forms and details of activities /courses. Estate agents can use them for property guides and service information.

Good quality outdoor brochure holders will protect your print from great British weather. The very best holders are completely waterproof and all holders will have lids that automatically close after use.

Where should I put my outdoor brochure holders?

It seems obvious but always attach them where they can be seen, or where they might expected to be seen. So at eye-level makes the most sense. As they are very low cost, it is usually not costly affordable to use plenty of holders so they can be attached in several places around a building – near to doors and display windows etc.

You can also increase the effectiveness of your holders by some strategic placement. A restaurant for example might place the holders in locations nearby where there is a good footfall, or competitors. Visitor centres can use the holders across their locations. Make the most of car parks and areas where visitors might gather – picnic areas, smoking dens, bike stores etc. Most of the holders can be attached to posts as well as walls so plan imaginatively.