What do you do when your flashlight doesn't work? Maybe you check the batteries, but first you probably do the scientific thing: shake it. Never works, right? Now it does, with the battery-free Shake, Shake Flashlight from Hit Promotional Products.
Natural Trends has announced Suzanne LeBlanc of Mr. Incentives and Danielle Mayer of Pony Prints as the winners of the "How Do YOU Use WD-40?" contest.
Victorinox Swiss Army announced the Swiss Army Mailer, which lets recipients receive a Swiss Army Knife outside the office while providing easy shipping..
Kemp, Texas-based Larson Electronics’ magnalight.com announced the addition of the EPL-PM-1X30LED-100 explosion proof LED light. Equipped with a handle, pedestal mount, 100 foot cord and explosion proof plug, the EPL-PM-1X30LED-100 is ideal for cleaning tanks and vessels in hazardous location areas.
Accidents happen. In fact, a lot of accidents happen. The Centers for Disease Control reported that the number of medically attended injury and poisoning episodes in the noninstitutionalized population is estimated at 33.3 million annually.
Provo, Utah-based Natural Trends LLC announced it has been named the exclusive promotional products channel partner for the WD-40 No Mess Pen. A 57 year-old firm, WD-40 is an American icon with 97 percent brand recognition.
Based on my love of Lost, I decided to check out FlashForward last Thursday. It was okay I guess. Overall I wasn't too impressed. The pilot seemed overly expository and character dialogue was a bit clunky and forced. Still, it was just the first episode, so I suppose I'll give the show a few more episodes before I cross it off the list.
Leed’s, based in New Kensington, Pa., a member of Polyconcept North America, announced it has made changes to improve its SureShip program. In January, Leed’s expanded SureShip to include uploading onto USB memory devices. Now, three more of the program’s parameters have been expanded to encompass more orders.
Prime Line, based in Bridgeport, Conn., announced the launch of a new price matching program. The company will match any competitor's advertised price on the same item. The program applies to items of substantially equal value.