A consumer good (or Consumer Product), also known as a ‘final good’, is the end product a business produces and is purchased by the consumer. For example, microwaves, fridges, t-shirts, and washing machines, are all examples of consumer goods. They are final goods that the consumer purchases.
Consumer goods contrast with intermediate goods in the fact that intermediate goods are used to create the final consumer good. Goods such as copper, coal, iron, or other raw materials, are not consumer goods because they are used to make a final consumer good.
Consumer goods producing companies found that advertising on a Flying Disc has staying power. Whether that disc is a mini, a flying ring, a flying piece of foam or some other material, they have the ability to outlast nearly any type of advertising.
In here you will find all types of consumer goods not found in some of the more refined sub-galleries found in the Promotional area.
You will find dozens of disc manufacturers represented on a variety of molds. The titles represent the produce, the maker and model or mold, the color of the disc and lastly, the color(s) of the hot stamp. ~ Mike Hughes
Photo copyrights belong to their respective contributors, disc design copyrights belong to their designers