Bay State Specialty Company
People spend a lot of time in the kitchen, whether it’s cooking dinner for loved ones, making a quick snack or just enjoying a drink with friends. Using kitchen and household items as promotions adds a personal touch to advertising, and giving end-users items they will use again and again, making a lasting impression. Here are some helpful tips from around the industry on how to stir up sales with kitchen and household promotions.
Beverly R. Moore, wife of the late James Moore, owner of Bay State Specialty Co., passed away peacefully on August 3 after a short illness.
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