A mug for example might be brought into work or on a journey. Say the mug gets used for three to five years and that's hundreds or even thousands of people it's reached.

Both sports bottles and mugs also have good associations which makes them great promotional products. There's no better feeling than drinking out of a coffee mug first thing in the morning when you're tired, or when you haven't had your caffeine fix in a while, and so by drinking out of a mug that has a company name on the title you can learn to associate that company with the feeling of bokai table tennis racket a cup of coffee. Additionally they can be used as an incentive to buy - a free gift that will sweeten a deal and/or make your company appear more generous for giving things away for free. Even more so, a sports bottle is likely to be taken to the gym or to the park for runs meaning it gets brandished about more than it might otherwise.
Promotional products are any products that bear the title or logo of your company and so promote your business every time they are seen. If your company is not well recognised, then it might alternatively lead to a discussion, or for someone to research your company and find out exactly what it is about. Firstly - they won't wear out unlike a pen or a tshirt, and (particularly the mug) tend to last for several years. If you logo is well recognised, then every time someone sees or uses this product they will think of your company and its services and everything it represents. If you drink from the mug or bottle in a place where there are other people, they will all see you drinking from that mug and will also have your company brought to their attention. Likewise with a sports bottle you can come to associate the company with health and fitness (as will other people) which will Chinese badminton racket reflect well and suggest your company has a good ethos (promoting health tends to go hand in hand with promoting fair trade, green values and other positive ideals).