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Paul Bellantone, CAE, president and CEO of Promotional Products Association International (PPAI), Irving, Texas, has been elected to the Texas Society of Association Executives (TSAE) Board of Directors.
As part of the company’s comprehensive plan to reorganize its operations globally, Dorcy International Inc., Columbus, Ohio, parent company of Dorcy Special Markets Division, announced that it will exit all aspects of its promotional products divisions in both the U.S. and Canada, and realign business support to key company priorities.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has withdrawn its recent ruling that toys made from unfinished and untreated wood could be exempt from certain product testing.
Sugar has gotten a (deservedly) bad reputation lately—but not all of the sweet stuff is bad for us. Recently designer Jaime Tai set out to explore how sugar-based products could potentially help keep us hydrated longer, and be a vital tool in a future world with less water.
This “speculative design project,” called Trehalose Artefacts, features a collection of apparel and skin care items that utilize trehalose, a naturally generated glucose that protects the body from dehydration in harsh environments.
An outright ban on the common use of plastic microbeads from products that enter wastewater is the best way to protect water quality, wildlife and resources used by people, a group of conservation scientists suggest in a new analysis.
Keystone Mint, Folcroft, Pa., has been chosen to create the official Pope Francis antique bronze medallions for the pope's visit to Philadelphia Sept. 26 to 27.
Senator Ted Cruz is adding a bit of street cred to his campaign store by adding merchandise designed by a controversial artist named Sabo.
Etsy, the online marketplace for crafted goods, has announced that it will enable Etsy sellers to source goods from "Etsy-approved manufacturers" as part of a new program called Etsy Manufacturing.
EyeBlack, Potomac, Md., and Nickelodeon announced a partnership to bring Nickelodeon characters to self-adhesive EyeBlack products.