Prime Line Releases Two New Sales Tools to Aid Program and Company Store Buyers
Prime's Items By Industry Index identifies items that are suitable for programs and company stores in specific end-buyer industries, such as health care, education, technology, energy, financial and hospitality.
The 2013 Continuity Collections displays items grouped by collection (such as Leeman New York's Eclipse collection), pattern, color and theme, including tailgating, health and wellness, food, and beach. The purpose of this flyer is to provide ideas to program buyers who are working on continuity programs.
"One of the key factors for Prime in growing this sector of business is our ability to be responsive to our customers' needs," said Jeff Lederer, president of Prime Line. "These new sales tools were developed in collaboration with some key program buyers who told us that this is what they need."
Earlier this year, Prime Line released Fresh Ideas For Programs & Company Stores (PDF) to guide buyers towards items with proven track records in programs and company stores and to the new products that have the best potential for sales.
For program and company store items, Prime Line offers end quantity pricing, low minimums and waives repeat setup charges. To register an item or items for a program or company store and receive special pricing, distributors need to email their regional sales manager or send a request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Prime Line (www.primeline.com) is a 5-star-rated supplier and a founding member of the Quality Certification Alliance (QCA). The company has been a leading industry supplier since 1980 and is headquartered in Bridgeport, Connecticut.