At BAM Mascots, each mascot we create is designed with usability and performer comfort in mind. The bodies are made to provide maximum mobility, and the heads include a ventilation system designed to maximize the flow of air inside the mascot, making the performer as comfortable as possible.
A mascot is constantly interacting with fans and is often outside exposed to the elements, so the costume is going to get a little worn and torn with time.
To help ensure it stays in proper working order and continues to look as good as when you first unpacked it, you'll need to routinely remove dust, dirt and light stains and ensure it is kept dry when in storage. Doing so will extend the life of your mascot’s attire.
In a recent blog, we wrote about the ‘9 Tips That Will Help Your Brand Extend the Life of its Mascot’, but what happens when your company’s mascot eventually starts to show the wear and tear of its use?
A custom mascot is a fantastic investment and will bring your organization a plethora of benefits from building better relationships with your stakeholders, improving brand recognition, opening new revenue opportunities and much more.
If your organization is currently using a custom mascot as part of its marketing strategy, properly storing your mascot when it’s not in use should be a high priority. This will ensure you prolong the life of your mascot and maximize your return on investment (ROI).
Your mascot is the star of your brand. Your custom mascot helps to engage your audience, it tells your organization’s unique story, it boosts your revenue and it’s an essential part of your marketing plan.
Your mascot travels with your organization to every event you’re involved in, but are you transporting your mascot costume correctly? If you’re not storing and moving your mascot with care, the costume can soon start to wear down, costing you additional money on unnecessary repairs.
A custom mascot will come with significant benefits for your marketing strategy, but, as with all aspects of a business, companies must make sure their mascot is clean, vibrant and attractive. A mascot is the face of your business and says a lot about your company, and, as a result, must always be pristine.
A custom mascot is your brand ambassador. It helps to create memories and allows you to build a loyal customer base. You can use it over and over again at fundraisers or industry exhibitions to showcase your brand.