Sometimes you need to forget all the gimmicks and clutter and go to the tried-and-true promotional products that work. And sometimes you need to battle ninjas. The Samurai Headed Sword Set from Tiffany Leonard & Co. fulfills at least one of those needs.
People born today will never know what Polaroid is, but thanks to Katz Americas, they can emulate the experience with the Heat Reveal Coaster. Just add heat and the image is revealed. No shaking necessary, which is a good feature for something that will sit under a steaming cup of coffee.
Provo, Utah-based Natural Trends LLC introduced a number of new products and brands to the promotional products industry at the PROMOTIONS EAST 2011 trade show in Atlantic City, N.J. this week.
As I write this, it's 10 a.m. on the East Coast, but it's 5 o'clock somewhere and that means it's time for the Martini Set Travel Case from Starline USA. The leather case includes two martini glasses, a shaker, a jigger and a dash of panache.
The three keys to success for any party are: snacks, drinks, frisbee. Picnic Plus by Spectrum solves all three with their wooden Cocktail Trays. The four set of trays carries food, has a cut-out wine glass holder, and after a few of those glasses of wine makes a great flying disk (as long as it isn't your house).
Starline USA announced two new hires this week. Paula Coomer has joined the company as regional sales manager for Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota, and Anthony Destino has joined the inside sales team as an inside sales representative working with the Northeast territory.
Bridgeport, Connecticut-based Prime Line unveiled its new tradeshow booth at the Promotional Products Association International (PPAI) Expo taking place in Las Vegas this week.