It's possible selling stress reducers and office toys can cause distributors unnecessary anxiety of their own. Promo Marketing spoke to some of the industry's top suppliers to learn more about stress reducing products so you can decide which are best for your business.
Polyconcept North America (PCNA) announced the additions of FEY Promotional Products Group, Edgerton, Minn., and Evans Manufacturing, Garden Grove, Calif., to the PCNA Market Place. They will join Chocolate Inn/Taylor & Grant, Freeport, N.Y., with their storefronts launching in November and early December, respectively.
Polyconcept North America (PCNA)—the Pittsburgh-based parent company of Leed's and Trimark Powered by Leed's, both based in New Kensington, Pa.; Bullet, Hialeah, Fla.; and JournalBooks/Timeplanner Calendars, Charlotte, N.C.—has launched the PCNA Market Place.
Bullet announced the launch of 17 new items to boost distributor sales this summer. New items represent several product categories including technology, bags and writing—all offered at the incredibly low prices customers have come to expect from Bullet.
After a deadly F5 tornado destroyed more than 1,000 homes and killed 24 people in Moore, Okla., several members of the promotional products community donated time and products to the state's recovery efforts.
Bullet will close on Thursday July 4 and Friday July 5 in observance of Independence Day this year. Complete orders submitted by five o' clock Eastern Standard Time on Wednesday July 3 will ship on Monday July 8, if 24-hour service was requested.
Promotional Products Education Foundation announced Polyconcept North America is continuing its leadership and commitment to the professional development and success of the promotional products industry through higher education with a Platinum level pledge of $120,000 to the PPEF Tomorrow Fund.
Trade Only Inc. has introduced 3-D instant virtual samples to its Trade Only VISION Product Research and Order Management solution, the first fully integrated 360-degree virtual sampling service.
Fortune 1000 companies continue to focus on vetting their supply chains and requiring their partners to prove compliance. In order to meet these customer requirements, two more suppliers have begun taking the necessary, proactive steps to provide safe and compliant products. Woodstock, Illinois-based American Ad Bag and Ontario, California-based Otto International Inc. have applied to participate in the comprehensive compliance accreditation program developed by the Quality Certification Alliance (QCA), the promotional product industry's only independent, not- for-profit organization dedicated to helping companies provide safe products.
Bullet, a subsidiary of Polyconcept North America, recently announced the start of its customer appreciation event with a series of compelling specials to be offered August through October. The Price Bust Blitz, a three-month sale event, features popular items at a reduced price in both the United States and Canada.