How to Forge Bonds of Iron

Updated: Aug 22


Did your mom or your grandma have a copper Jello mold? We'd bet yes! Trends come and go; this year's charcuterie board could be a future copper Jello mold.


Staying top of mind requires engagement, right? What's a kitchen staple that your grandma, her grandma and you probably have in common? Cast iron products.


Quality cast iron is a durable essential and a unique gift that will last for generations. It might be a quirky idea, but the goal of branded gifts is to provide a product your recipient will keep, use and enjoy. We are thrilled to announce we have a new partner for your branding: Lodge.


Lodge Cast Iron has been making heirloom-quality cookware and accessories since 1896. In fact, they like to say they don't just make cookware - they make memories that last for generations. Do you recall the last branded gift you received? Will it be here for generations? We'd suggest forging some long-lasting bonds via cast iron. Brands matter!


Giving a gift like Lodge Cast Iron allows for continuous ways to stay engaged after the initial presentation.


Add custom sauce or spices, offer quality cooking utensils, aprons, and oven mitts, even create your own recipe book! The kitchen is the center of most home gatherings - put your branding in the heart of the home. Ask us to create a curated kit that fits your vision and make it a drop ship for turnkey ease!


How often do you cook with cast-iron?


**Retro tip** Copper Jello mold creations were served up on lettuce leaves.

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