April Brings More Audacious Marketing Ideas


Need new ways to get your clients a reason to spend money? There are enough special days in April to cover any business and any target market.

National Cordon Bleu Day can work for upscale restaurants. Jelly Bean Day for family oriented promotions. Chocolate Mousse Day for your chocolate loving customers.

Or if you want a promotion that lasts all month, check out the four different national month topics:

National Soft Pretzel Month – Who doesn’t like a soft pretzel?

National Soy Foods Month – Are you targeting Vegans? Use this for your promotions.
National Fresh Celery Month – Healthy snack for your customers.

National Pecan Month – Pies and more. What yummy promotions can you dream up?

Week 1
Sorry I forgot to post this earlier. Week one is gone. But you still have 4 weeks left.

April 1 National Sourdough Bread Day
April 2 National Peanut Butter and Jelly Day
April 3 National Chocolate Mousse Day
April 4 National Cordon Bleu Day

Week 2

April 5 National Raisin and Spice Bar Day
April 6 National Caramel Popcorn Day
April 7 National Coffee Cake Day
April 8 National Empanada Day
April 9 National Chinese Almond Cookie Day
April 10 National Cinnamon Crescent Day
April 11 National Cheese Fondue Day

Week 3

April 12 National Licorice Day
April 13 National Peach Cobbler Day
April 14 National Pecan Day
April 15 National Glazed Ham Day
April 16 National Eggs Benedict Day
April 16 National Baked Ham with Pineapple Day
April 17 National Cheeseball Day
April 18 National Animal Crackers Day

Week 4

April 20 National Pineapple Upside-down Cake Day
April 21 National Chocolate-Covered Cashews Day
April 22 National Jelly Bean Day
April 23 National Cherry Cheesecake Day
Ohhh, yum.
April 24 National Pigs-in-a-Blanket Day
Sound like fun!
April 25 National Zucchini Bread Day

Week 5

April 26 National Pretzel Day
April 27 National Prime Rib Day
April 28 National Blueberry Pie Day
April 29 National Shrimp Scampi Day
April 30 National Oatmeal Cookie Day

Ok, with all these special days to fill your April marketing calendar let me know which ones you use.

Hmm, Now National Prime Rib Day sounds good. Must be time for lunch.

Advertisements