Joseph Myers

Joseph Myers

Joseph Myers is Associate Content Editor for Promo Marketing. Reach him at jmyers@napco.com.

Give a Nod to Great Work With Gifts and Incentives

From “a break” and “a second chance” to “the green light” and “the shirt off my back,” we’ll never be short on affirmative expressions concerning giving. There are a few negative ones, too, but let’s accentuate the positive, right? Whether sung or unsung, heroes abound in every walk of life, and one does not need…

Pepsi, Bud Light Look to Snapchat for Latest Interactive Packaging Promo

In his famous poem “Alumnus Football,” Grantland Rice declared, “For when the One Great Scorer comes to mark against your name, he writes–not that you won or lost–but how you played the game.” The renowned sportswriter died in 1954, so he never experienced the victory-obsessed mindset that so often characterizes National Football League fans. Those…

Man Allegedly Buys Sheriff's Office Polo Shirt, Tries to Free Inmate

History abounds with cases that have kept detectives and law enforcement officials working around the clock to secure justice, with each lead and credible shred of evidence seemingly giving the matters their entire attention. For every high-profile incident, though, there are surely ample occasions where the questionable antics of alleged aggressors and supposed ne’er-do-wells make…

Teespring Pulls Shirts with Rebranded Nazi Symbol Yet Hawks Other Insensitive Tops

Many T-shirts are so comedic that they can leave wearers and observers in figurative stitches, but other tops can inspire people to ponder what often possesses companies to have the literal fasteners bear controversial and questionable messages. Having faced backlash for its plan to rebrand the swastika as a positive symbol, Teespring altered the garments…