PPE. What is it and does your business need it? PPE stands for personal protective equipment and it includes things like face coverings, hand sanitizer, gloves, etc. Basically it’s items that you can use to protect yourself against illness. If you had an event, luncheon, or show that was being planned and had to cancel or move to virtual, branded PPE kits are a great way to serve the would-be attendees. These kits are thoughtful and helpful gifts as well as event reminders. We have some PPE kit options ranging from $3.89 to $8.99. These will be available later in May but go ahead and order now so you’re first on the list when inventory is here!
This PPE kit consists of a branded small drawstring bag that comes with a 3-layer non woven, disposable face mask and one pair of nitrile gloves. Small and compact, this would easily fit into a purse or glove compartment. Get 150 for $3.89 each.
This kit comes with a branded, polyester pouch with a drawstring closure. It also contains a single-use pack gel sanitizer, a mini tissue packet, a stylus pen to let people use ATMs and other touch screens without actually touching things, a 2-layer face mask made of breathable eco-friendly non-woven polypropylene material and a pair of disposable nitrile gloves. This starts at $7.99 each for 50.
PPE and a fanny pack? What else could you ask for? This kit features a branded,polyester budget waist pack available in red, lime, blue or black with a single-use pack gel sanitizer, a 3-layer non woven face mask, and one pair of nitrile gloves. This product starts at 50 pieces for $8.29 each.
The last kit we’re featuring comes with a branded, cotton canvas pouch. The pouch comes in black, navy blue, reflex blue, green, purple, or red so you’ve got options! In addition to the pouch, it also comes with a Bella+Canvas face cover, 1 pair of disposable nitrile gloves and a mini tissue pack. Interested in ordering one of these PPE kits? Want to build your own PPE kit? Contact us today. Still working from home? Read more about our product picks for working from home. Need help with ideas for signage and other ways to navigate this? Check out this blog post.