This year’s Presidential Election has been wacky in itself, but let’s check out some of the craziest campaign promotional products we’ve seen so far!
Jeb Bush Guaca Bowle
The majority of Jeb Bush’s campaign is filled with your ordinary campaign tee-shirts, hats, and bumper stickers. However, he has one item that he uses to promote himself that is particularly wacky and a part of his family life. Introducing the Guaca Bowle. Straight from his website:
“Jeb and his wife, Columba, love whipping up guacamole on Sunday Funday. Now, you can get in on the act with this “Guaca Bowle.” Jeb’s secret guacamole recipe not included…yet.”
Feel The Bern
The hashtag #FeelTheBern went viral on social media when the democratic senator from Vermont announced his intentions to run for president last summer. Recently, it’s been starting to heat up again as his campaign has gained popularity and he has become something of a front-runner on the Democratic side. Although it took a while to catch on, you can now get buttons, stickers, and key chains all with the hashtag displayed to spread awareness of his campaign. Our personal favorite is the “Feel The Bern” coffee mug because of the nifty play on words relating to hot coffee. It’s a creative campaign slogan, you have to give him that.
Donald Trump Bobblehead
This might be our favorite of them all. Whether it’s a promotional song about himself making America great again or silly hats to cover his wacky hair, you can always count on Donald Trump for comedic relief. Here, he promotes his campaign with nothing other than. . . a bobblehead of himself.
The frontrunner of this year’s presidential campaign really knows how to reel in the attention, we’ll give him that. In addition, we love the pose the bobblehead makes; a classic Trump pose.
Chillary Clinton Koozie
This is a bit comical. We can’t fault the attempt, but no matter how hard she tries, the former First Lady/Senator/Secretary of State will never be able to pull off the “cool” vibe with the younger generation. This is a valiant effort though and we love the name “Chillary Clinton”- we think it might catch on. On the site, you can tell from the product description that she (or whoever does her promotional work) was clearly the one in high school trying to fit in too hard: “Be the coolest person at the party (with the coolest soda).”
This year’s presidential race is far from over and we are sure to see even wackier promotional products from the final candidates as the election season nears the end. Through all the repetitive campaigning, sometimes the most ridiculous ideas are the ones that grab our attention the most.
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