At the PSA Conference, they gave out sticker sheets, chapsticks, bag tags, pencils/pens, skate towels and t-shirts.
They also had promo flyers and a glossy booklet for coaches/directors to take home.
I wanted a t-shirt but I was sitting in the back of the room on the "wrong side" so I didn't have a shot at winning one during their presentation.
I'll use or give away the pens and pencils throughout the season.
I cut the stickers apart and have been giving them to skaters here and there at the rink.
Used the chapstick right away - it was really dry in NV/AZ. The bag tag is hanging on my skate bag handle.
Took home three towels and I was tempted to score a few more but didn't want to appear greedy.
Reminds me of a Yogi Berra quote: "The towels [at the hotel] were so thick there, I could hardly close my suitcase."
Gave towels to two of my skating students who didn't have drying cloths in their skate bags.
A few years ago, US Figure Skating gave out zipper pulls in the shape of ice skates that had "It's Great to Skate!" imprinted. I had one on every coaching jacket - so much easier to zip/unzip while wearing gloves. I'm down to my last one, sadly.
Good, practical tchotchkes are the best. I didn't need a t-shirt, but still, I would have liked to have won one.