All-In-One’s Pens to be Ceremonially Presented at Final Presidential Debate
In response to a public relations debacle that occurred at the first presidential debate earlier this month at the University of Denver, where gift bags full of promotional products imported from China were given to VIPs and members of the press, 3000 of All-In-One's made-in-the-USA, 4-color-logo pens will be presented at the Lynn University 2012 Debate on October 22, 2012 in Boca Raton, Fla.
“Our made-in-the-USA ‘bigBuddy’ pens will be circulated throughout the media filing center, media credential center, student audience and debate sponsors' viewing zones,” said Harris Cohen, president and CEO of All-In-One, noting that over 3,000 media representatives will be in Boca Raton for the third presidential debate.
“Part of that debate will focus on the national consensus regarding foreign and trade policy in the U.S.,” Cohen said. “I’m thrilled that All-In-One’s ‘bigBuddy’ pens will share in the historic presidential debate at this critical time in our country. Truly, there is no doubt that the one thing President Obama and Governor Romney can agree on is reviving the made-in-America manufacturing story, and All-In-One is honored to be part of this historic moment.”
All-In-One is a 25-year-old San Diego-based manufacturer of promotional products. A prominent member of the $18.6 billion industry of branded marketing items, All-In-One has been a market leader in the areas of domestic production, innovation and safety initiatives since its inception.
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