BroderBros. Announces Chicago Open House
BroderBros.Co. will be making the next stop on their 2008 Open House Event Series at Soldier Field Stadium in Chicago on Friday, September 19.
The Trevose, Pennsylvania-based company’s open house event invites regional customers to a central location for a full day of brand presentations, seminars and vendor meetings, in addition to free product giveaways, special show pricing and prize raffles.
BroderBros. will have four professional development seminars on topics ranging from marketing and sales to presentations on new fabric technologies and trends. Key customers will have an opportunity to learn about top-of-the line inventory systems, website ordering processes and competitive pricing. Customers can also gain access to ground breaking sales tools, such as product reference guides and swatch card binders, which will help them to further develop their business.
“We have had great success with our previous events in Orlando and Philadelphia, and we feel that our Chicago event will be a hit as well,” said Girisha Chandraraj, vice president, marketing, BroderBros. Customers will also have the chance to interface one-on-one with executives and sales reps from BroderBros. divisions including Alpha, Broder and NES.
“We know how valuable our customer’s ideas and suggestions are to our business,” said Chris Blakeslee, the company’s vice president of sales. “We look forward to meeting them, giving them advice on advancing their business, and, in turn, learning from them,” he added.
More information on the Chicago event and other upcoming events can be found at www.alphashirt.com/events, www.broderbros.com/events and www.nesclothing.com/events
About BroderBros. Co.
BroderBros. Co. is one of the nation’s largest distributors of trade, private-label and exclusive apparel brands to the imprinting, embroidery and promotional product industries, serving customers since 1919. It currently has eight distribution centers across the U.S. and has the capability to deliver to approximately 80 percent of the U.S. population in one day.