Aloe Up Suncare Products
2014 is bringing a lot of changes to the health care market. Not only are insurance providers competing at the consumer level now, but employers, state and federal agencies have to educate people on the options available to them. If that doesn't scream "marketing opportunity," we don't know what does.
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Adventures In Advertising (AIA), based in Neenah, Wis., announced it hired industry veteran Kirk Ross, CAS, as business development sales manager. In this new role, Ross will be a key member of the AIA team focused on achieving the company’s growth plans by continuing to build a network of top independent distributors.
Pro Towels Etc., based in Pittsburgh, announced it has entered into an agreement with Aloe Up, of Eden Prairie, Minn—makers of Aloe Up Sun and Skin Care Products—to be the exclusive supplier partner in the towel category for Aloe Up. As part of the agreement, Pro Towels Etc. will feature a select offering of Aloe Up products as add-on options in the 2008 Pro Towels Etc. catalog. The cost for these items will be the same as if ordered directly from Aloe Up. The benefit is the elimination of multiple shipments from buying from both suppliers and increased opportunities for distributors to sell items
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Aloe Up Sun & Skin Care Products, Eden Prairie, Minn., has hired Rena Wells as director of marketing and merchandising. With more than 11 years of industry experience as both a supplier and a distributor, Wells will be responsible for generating selling programs and ideas for the company’s top 50 distributors, as well as heading up its marketing efforts. “Rena has many years of experience on the supplier side, as well as the distributor side, so she understands better than anyone I know what distributors need to succeed,” said Tom Whaley, president and CEO. “She is here at Aloe Up to help key distributors