Promotional Items For Car Dealerships & Automotive Sellers

The automotive industry is buoyant in Australia, but there’s always room for improvement. If you’re looking to promote your dealership or an automotive business and boost sales, using promotional giveaways is a brilliant way to entice new customers. At Dynamic Gift, we work with auto companies across Australia, and we know just how to use promotional gifts to drive businesses forward. Our team are available right now so take advantage of our hands free service: simply send us a list of products you are interested in and our team will reply with a fully comprehensive quote and a 100% no obligation artwork sample.

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The best car dealership promotional products

To maximise the impact of promotional products, it’s always wise to focus on your ideal customer, and think about what they would want. If you sell cars, you offer repairs or mechanic services, or you run a car hire business, for example, think carefully about what other people in your industry are buying and how you could use promotional products to get your customers in a spin. We have many years of experience in working with dealerships, and we’ve come up with some fabulous suggestions to drive crowds wild.

Here are some of our top selling car dealership promotional products:

  • Branded air fresheners
  • Keyrings
  • Sports bottles
  • Pens
  • Umbrellas
  • Snapback caps
  • Car covers
  • Custom car bows

We can also provide branded, personalised items to draw attention to the forecourt and turn heads, such as flag banners, inflatable archways, wavey air dancers and marquee tent gazebos.

We can customise any product to promote your brand or raise awareness of special events, so why not get in touch with us today to find out more and enquire for a free quote and a no obligation artwork proof?