Bodek and Rhodes Makes Promotions Easier in 2010
Philadelphia-based Bodek and Rhodes, a leading wholesaler of imprintable activewear, recently unveiled its plan to help customers promote their businesses even more easily through the 2010 imprinted catalog program with lower minimums and a free customized Web site.
The company offers imprinting as an option to its customers for each annual catalog, which features images of every single color and style offered by the company. Imprinting gives customers an opportunity to make the professionally produced catalog appear like their own. Customers choose their own artwork to put on one of seven covers, and the catalog contains no mention of Bodek and Rhodes.
“Part of selling to our customers is helping them sell, too,” said Mary Ellen Pahlka, director of marketing communications at Bodek and Rhodes. “That’s why customers who order imprinted catalogs also get a free customized Web site and we’ve lowered the minimum order to just 45 catalogs, so no matter the size of your business, you have prospects for all your catalogs, as well as a beefed-up online presence to help with your promotions,” she added.
Each company who orders imprinted catalogs will have its information and artwork transferred to a personalized Web site. Much like the catalogs themselves, the sites have no mention of Bodek and Rhodes and customers can use them as a promotional tool to enhance their Web presence and a more convenient way to serve clients.
Orders for the first print run of the 2010 catalog must be submitted and completed by August 14th, 2009 for delivery in early November.
About Bodek and Rhodes:
Bodek and Rhodes is family-owned business headquartered in Philadelphia, with distribution centers in Philadelphia; Niles, Mich.; Fresno, Calif.; Orlando, Fla. and Norton, Mass. For more information on Bodek and Rhodes, its full line of apparel and accessories, and the 2010 catalog, visit www.bodekandrhodes.com.