Introducing Shoebops a FunForAll Promotion

Shoebops are a fun, inexpensive, and eye-catching promotional product developed by David Copplestone at Copplestone LLC. Shoebops are 1.5” round, soft vinyl tags and are worn by way of laces, loops or necklaces. Shoebops come with a 2.5”X4” message card.
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WELLESLEY, Mass. - Dec. 3, 2014 - PRLog -- Copplestone LLC

In order to spread awareness and support, for their client's brand, event, product or organization, Copplestone will print their client’s logo or image on the tag and their client’s message on the card.

Like the circle symbol that it is based on, Shoebops’ applications are endless.

Shoebops were originally designed to be moon-shaped, colorful, always smiling, and lucky, in order to send their message of hope, optimism, health, and energy. Copplestone is looking forward to sharing with the promotions industry, Shoebops’ “happy face charisma”. Shoebops just naturally attract attention to what is printed on them.

The potential list of clients for the Shoebop tag is limitless. A few examples might be:

1.     Shoebops could be the answer for the brand manager looking for a memento to pass out at their upcoming sporting event – 2015 Super Bowl XLIX.

2.     Shoebops could be the answer for the event planner looking for a memento to pass out at their upcoming fund raising walk.

3.     Shoebops could be the answer for a school looking for a memento to pass out at their school’s upcoming opening or graduation – WHS Class of 2015.

Today we all face both personal and global challenges. Some may put on wristbands, some lapel pins or ribbons to show  their awareness, compassion and concern. Boppers put on shoebops to add to those emblems
a message of hope, optimism, health, and energy.
When you are wearing shoebops, you are wearing a smile. Shoebops have the seven chakra colors, one for each day of the week, to symbolize love, vitality, intelligence, knowledge, success, self-control, health, energy, wisdom, happiness, confidence, beauty, creativity, mysticism, intuition…
When you put on your shoebops, it is a way of saying that we recognize the challenges which face us every day and we are going out to meet them with a positive, optimistic attitude.
When you see someone taken by surprise and smiling when they catch a glimpse of your shoebops, you will know that your message has been received. Your shoebops have lightened someone’s day, cheered them up - if only for a moment.

How shoebop were created - by way of a children’s story: Children dreamed that they were lost on the Island of Mystery. They climbed the Mountain of Magic high above the Lake of Luck to see what they could see. When they reached the top, they found the wondrous Golden Pot of Perpetual Production with an inscription that read – “What will you have me produce?” They were feeling lost and down on their luck so they said, "Something for luck would be just the thing" (with a little luck, they thought, they might find their way home). Looking up they saw the full moon and said, "It should be round like the moon; it should be colorful and always smiling. A song shoebop (actually "She Bop" by Cyndi Lauper) had been playing in the children's head all that day so they said, "it should be called shoebops and it should be tied to your shoelaces to help you find your way." In an instant, the Pot was full of shoebops of all colors with special powers from the Mountain of Magic and the Lake of Luck. The children reached in and picked up some of the shoebops. Just then all the Earth’s continents joined together and the children (with their Shoebops leading the way) were able to follow a pathway down the Mountain of Magic and across a land bridge home. The next morning the children woke up, rushed to their closets and there on their shoelaces they were amazed to find moon-shaped, colorful, always smiling, and lucky pairs of shoebops!!!          David Copplestone   -   the big bopper

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