Yes, Giant Car Bows are a Real Thing

Dec 23, 2019

The holiday season is here, and once again, car manufacturers are rolling out television commercials featuring quintessential holiday scenes with snowflakes falling, the sounds of jingling bells and, of course, vehicles adorned with giant bows.

Car Bow Store is a family-owned company headquartered in Warminster, Pennsylvania, that has built a business of manufacturing big bows. Founded in 2009, Car Bow Store sells mostly to car manufacturers and dealerships that use them as a marketing tool during the holidays.

“December is one of the busiest months of the year for car sales, especially luxury vehicles. Car manufacturers are looking to close out the year on a strong note and finalize the fourth quarter sales numbers,” said Michael Rudolph, president of Car Bow Store.

The combination of factors and holiday promotional deals make December one of the best times to purchase a new vehicle, and it’s no wonder that many car dealerships will throw-in a car bow for free to seal the deal.

“People love the feeling of opening a gift-wrapped present,” Rudolph added. “Because it is nearly impossible to wrap a car and some other large gifts, a big bow is the best way to top it off.”

Car Bow Store sees the largest spike in car bow sales during the holiday season; however, the bows are also popular year-round to top off birthday and graduation gifts. The company has also recently observed increased interest in big bows across a variety of industries, and especially the real estate market.

“Many real estate developers and real estate agents across the country are now using our bows on the front doors of recently sold homes to create a memorable and picture perfect experience for home buyers,” Rudolph noted. “We have also had interest in our bows among advertising agencies, television and movie production companies, golf tournaments, mall giveaways and more.”