2019 Wrap-Up: Our 5 Most-Shared Promo Stories of the Year
People post everything to social media these days: What we had for breakfast, our trials and tribulations, lots and lots of cat pictures, etc. At Promo Marketing, we rely on social media, too, because the more our readers share our stories with others, the more people our stories reach. So, a big thank you to our readers who post stories on the likes of Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.
On that note, here are the stories our readers shared most in 2019. (Click the titles to go to each story.) And don't forget to check out our other year-end wrap-ups here!
Starbucks took on a small apparel company over the "Siren's Brew" branding, and it looked like the little guy might actually win this one.
2. Department of Labor Eliminates Printing, Screen Printing Jobs From Statistics Database (and What That Means)
Promotional products and print distributors no doubt felt attacked reading this one. The DOL removed certain print-related jobs from its statistics database due to the shrinking number.
Everyone loves a success story. This one, about a Proforma owner, served as inspiration for how to land a huge contract.
We're glad this story made the rounds, because everyone could learn a thing or two about creativity from Minor League Baseball.
In 2019, Taylor Swift released another hit new album and won American Music Awards artist of the decade honors. But even pop royalty makes mistakes!
We're looking forward to another eventful year in promo and beyond. Starting Tuesday Dec. 24, our Headlines and Threads newsletters will be taking some time off for the holidays, but don't worry. They'll be back Thursday Jan. 2 to catch you up and keep you updated on all things promotional products.