Leed’s, Bullet and Journalbooks Announce New Offerings
“We’ve listened closely to the customers of all Polyconcept North America’s brands, and we feel that we have translated their feedback into offerings that fit the needs they’ve expressed to us,” reported Jeff Brown, chief marketing officer at PCNA. “We’re confident that the new tools and new products we’re introducing will help our distributors win with their customers this holiday season.”
Catalogs from the three PCNA brands will mail together, starting on Aug 23.
About Polyconcept North America
Polyconcept North America, a wholly owned subsidiary of promotional products supplier Polyconcept, operates Leed's, Bullet Line and Journalbooks. The Polyconcept North America companies provide recognized best-in-class services to the industry, ensuring the highest standards of reliability and quality. Highly complementary product ranges enable Polyconcept North America companies to provide the market with a very comprehensive assortment of non-wearable products. Further information is available at www.polyconceptna.com.
Leed’s is a leading supplier in the promotional products industry, and delivers a contemporary retail look to a complete line of corporate accessories including bags, writing instruments, padfolios, drinkware, memory, technology, gift sets, and more. Headquartered in New Kensington, Pa. and with offices around the globe' Leed’s products, programs and services are recognized throughout the United States and Canada. For more information on Leed's, visit www.leedsworld.com.
For nearly three decades, Bullet has been known for its innovations in the promotional products industry. Located in Miami and serving more than 9,000 distributors worldwide, Bullet covers promotional categories that include insulated thermal mugs, portfolios, writing instruments, tote bags, clocks, flashlights and Bullet private label headware. For more information on Bullet, visit www.bulletline.com.
Journalbooks, Charlotte, N.C. began in the early 90s as a division of Timeplanner Calendars, which was founded in 1971 by Jerome O’Boyle. Timeplanner continues to produce unique planners and appointment books. Journalbooks and Timeplanner Calendars have won numerous industry awards for decorating, imprinting, custom products and unparalleled customer service. Today more U.S. businesses and corporations choose Journalbooks, making it the larges producer of journals in the nation. For more information on Journalbooks, visit www.journalbooks.com.