Festival Gift Ideas


Guidelines for Gifting at Festivals

  • You don’t need to show up with bag full of stuff to give away every time someone gives you a drink at a festival. Its all about your attitude and the manner in which you conduct yourself. Your participation and your smile are two of the biggest gifts you can give.

  • Some gifts like stickers and tattoos (with removable backs) can just create waste.  If you do purchase throw away items, ask people to dispose of the waste responsibly or take care of it yourself. Maybe consider purchasing useful items such as bottle openers, lighters, sunscreen etc. swag people will want to keep and reuse time and time again.

  • Try to purchase what you are going to use. We can guide you on the right quantities to purchase.

Here are some gift ideas for your next festival


Please remember most orders take 2-3 weeks to arrive. The creative process can sometimes take another two weeks or if you are part of a big group, it might take a couple months to reach consensus on the right gifts.  Orders with shorter timelines are most welcome and we are experts at rush orders.  Please be advised that we do not manufacture anything inhouse. We distribute for thousands of manufacturers.

The Process

Inquiry: Once you inquire we will get back to you within one business day.

Product Selection: You can use our online catalog to generate ideas or you can call us and we will find the perfect product from the right supplier. We have suppliers all over the US and Canada.

Quoting: once we work out your needs we provide a formal quote that includes product costs, set up fees, art charges and shipping costs.

Art: We produce a mock up of your item and then you are required to submit your approval of this art before we order anything.

Invoice: Once the art is approved we will send you an invoice. We require full payment before proceeding. We accept Visa, Mastercard and Amex. 




Ultimate Promotions is family business owned and operated by the Davidiuk family. Craig Davidiuk is the third generation in his family to be involved in the lapel pin business that was started in 1971. Craig worked in the family factory for many years and eventually started Ultimate Promotions in 2002 and went out on his own.


In 2012, Craig purchased the family business (formerly called Juniper Emblems Lacombe) and began a change in business model. They began importing lapel pins and medals and started offering promotional products to a national clientele. Many of our customers have been with us for decades and they span every industry sector, non-profit or sport type.  

Courtney joined him at the helm in 2004 and she's the driving force behind the creativity and organization around here. Baby Arlo made three in 2015. They consider themselves "serial entrepreneurs" and also own a campground and hotel called Wonderland Valley Resort.



Owners :Courtney Driver, Craig Davidiuk with their son Arlo