Political Campaign Hand Fans
Political & Campaign Hand Fans - A popular item for supporters
What a great way for your supporters and customers to show their true colors - with our political and campaign handheld fans. Give us a call - 706-374-0710 - for a FREE quote and assistance in selecting the best hand fan for your event.
LOWER PRICE on these stock Political and Campaign pre-designed Hand Fans - good thru end of this month!
A $35 setup fee is required to begin order.
Some very popular Political Campaign Hand Fan stock designs follow. With your custom imprinting these leave a long lasting and positive impression. Other designs available: 706-374-0710 call for information and assistance.
Pricing Includes: two standard color stock design printed on the front of these political fans with your personal copy imprinted in one standard ink color on front side of the fan in the white open area. Campaign Hand Fans are printed on a white 18-point board, coated on front. Actual size of fan is approximately 7-8". All fan handles are stapled to the backside, the staples will appear in the imprint and may scratch during shipping, factory cannot guarantee. For an additional charge, wooden handles can be glued instead.
If you need a Union Label printed on your Political Campaign Fans, please contact us for additional charges.
Please contact us - 706-374-0710 - for additional pricing or product information.
Production Time: Due to seasonal demands, allow approx. 2-3 weeks after proof approval.
Standard ink colors for custom imprint on our Political Campaign Hand Fans are: Black, Red 185, Brown 168, Rhodamine Red, Rubine Red, Warm Red, Maroon 208, Orange 165, Pantone Yellow, Yellow 123, Green 347, Dark Green 3435, Teal 320, Process Blue, Reflex Blue, Dark Blue 281, Pantone Purple, Purple 266, Sepia 471, Gold 873 or Silver 877.
We offer many other types of Hand Fans:
Advertising using hand fans. The first step in influencing your customer
Advertising by means of name imprinting on yard signs, bumper stickers, bumper magnetics, magnet signs, hand fans or church fans and many other products have proven to be one of the cheapest means available to get inside the mind of your customer.
Advertising works when your name or company product is flashed many times upon the mind of the consumer. After your name is impressed upon the mind several times, the person soon memorizes your name. Once that is achieved, you become a familiar name they are comfortable with. They will prefer a familiar name over the not well known almost every time. They will choose your product or vote for your candidate because they are familiar with the name. Use a church hand fan for cheap advertising.
A hand fan is an implement used to induce an airflow for the purpose of cooling or refreshing oneself. Any broad, flat surface waved back-and-forth will create a small airflow and therefore can be considered a rudimentary fan. But generally, purpose-made hand-held fans come in many shapes and are made of a thin material (we use 18pt and 22 pt. cardboard) mounted on a stick for the handle and personalized for our customers. We can print pictures, text and logo’s.
The movement of a hand-held fan provides cooling by increasing the airflow over the skin which in turn increases the evaporation rate of sweat droplets on the skin. This evaporation has a cooling effect due to the latent heat of evaporation of water. Fans are convenient and light weight to carry. We also have sectional or “folding” hand fans that fit nicely in a purse or pocket.
Customized hand fans are a great way to display anything you want people to notice. We have had many political parties, and churches order them. They can be used by everyone and a great comfort in the warmer climate. Imprinted hand fans are a wonderful inexpensive way to promote your company or get your name out there if running for office, they are also a great idea for fairs, parades, weddings, family reunions, churches, funeral homes, family gatherings.
American Minute with Bill Federer
Fur trapper, Indian agent, and soldier; this was Kit Carson, who died this day, May 23, 1868. Carson's exploits west of the Mississippi were as famous as Daniel Boone's east. In January of 1868, Kit was appointed superintendent of Indian Affairs in Colorado. Though suffering severe breathing pain, he brought the Ute Indian Chiefs to Washington to arrange a treaty.
Kit wrote: "I felt my head swell and my breath leaving me. Then, I woke...my face and head all wet. I was on the floor and the chief was holding my head on his arm and putting water on me. He was crying. He said, 'I thought you were dead. You called on your Lord Jesus, then shut your eyes and couldn't speak.'
I did not know that I spoke...I do not know that I called on the Lord Jesus, but I might - it's only Him that can help me where I now stand... My wife must see me. If I was to write about this, or died out here, it would kill her. I must get home."