Despite participation decline, corporate gifts keep golf market in demand

CO-BRANDED: Parsons­Kellog in East Providence has a thriving partnership with Patagonia, featuring outdoor gear and apparel that is co-branded with various companies and the Patagonia label. Olga Montes, embroidery specialist, holds a vest branded for Johns Hopkins Medicine.  / PBN PHOTOS/­MICHAEL SALERNO
CO-BRANDED: Parsons­Kellog in East Providence has a thriving partnership with Patagonia, featuring outdoor gear and apparel that is co-branded with various companies and the Patagonia label. Olga Montes, embroidery specialist, holds a vest branded for Johns Hopkins Medicine. / PBN PHOTOS/­MICHAEL SALERNO
Golf may be in decline as a popular pastime, but as a theme for corporate gifts, it has an enduring appeal. Golf items, including personalized ball sets, and logo-branded apparel and caps, are among the most requested items by corporations and smaller businesses seeking to reward employees, impress clients and get their name out in…
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