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Aprons, Etc., Greenville, S.C., has hired Nancy Long as the newest member of its promotional products supplier company. She will be working as a major accounts manager for Aprons, Etc.
The Image Forge, Greer, S.C., has been awarded an American Graphic Design Award in the Catalog category for their work on The Aprons, Etc. Idea Book 2011.
Scott Thackston has been appointed president of Aprons, Etc. Thackston has been with the company for more than 15 years, and will move into this position from his current executive vice president spot.
Mauldin, South Carolina-based Aprons, Etc. announced the availability of NO-TIE Aprons. Compared to traditional promotional aprons, the redesigned NO-TIE Apron features a patented concept that improves both fit and function.
Mauldin South Carolina-based Aprons, Etc. announced the company is celebrating its 25th anniversary. Aprons, Etc.'s parent company, Marketing Resource Group Inc., was established in 1985 by Jeff and Lucy Hoffman in Greenville, S.C. The original company opened as a textile manufacturer that marketed almost exclusively to the retail trade with a product line of aprons and kitchen textiles.
Sales: $566 Billion—Nearly 50% of the American food dollar is spent in food service
Locations: 945,000—More than 7 out of 10 eating-and-drinking places are single-unit (independent) operators
Employees: 13 million—This industry is the largest employer besides government
Expected to add 2 million jobs over the next decade
Westborough, Massachusettes-based SolveIT Inc. announced it will host a free webinar for promotional products suppliers that gives them tips about improving communication with distributors and achieving additional revenue streams.
Mauldin, South Carolina-based Aprons, Etc. announced Pam Pennington, national accounts manager, will host a free webinar detailing sales tips and industry-specific information necessary to successfully enter this lucrative repeat-business market.