Miami-based Bullet Line, a member of Polyconcept North America, recently introduced 24-hour standard turn-time for most of the company's offerings.
Miami-based Bullet Line, a member of the Polyconcept North America, the only multinational supplier in the promotional products industry, announced the launch of a program
Industry supplier Bullet Line, based in Miami, announced it hired Jennifer Grigorian as the company's director of marketing. Grigorian has many years of experience in the industry and
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Journalbooks/Timeplanner Calendars, a Polyconcept North America company based in Charlotte, N.C., announced it has expanded sales representation to include sales teams from its parent company's other two promotional product divisions, New Kensington, Pennsylvania-based Leed’s and Miami-based Bullet Line. The new representatives and territories include:
Avenel, New Jersey-based Vantage Apparel, a manufacturer and decorator of logo apparel, announced the company hired industry veteran Paul Kory as its national accounts manager. Kory arrives at Vantage Apparel with more than 17 years of promotional apparel experience.
Polyconcept North America, a wholly owned subsidiary of promotional products supplier, Polyconcept, and owner of Leed’s, Pittsburgh and Bullet Line, Miami, has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Journalbooks, Charlotte, N.C. The transaction, for which terms have not been disclosed, closed on July 2. Polyconcept North America’s combination of Leed’s, Bullet Line and Journalbooks will represent the largest US supplier of non-wearable promotional products with more than 1,600 associates throughout the country. “We are thrilled to add Journalbooks to the Polyconcept family,” said Michael Bernstein, CEO of Polyconcept North America. “Journalbooks has similar operating philosophies as Leed’s and Bullet Line with an emphasis on
LOYALTY HOLDS POWERFUL sway over many people’s actions. It is difficult to settle for good when the best is just a little further. Loyalty will see the extra mile traveled, the extra call made and the extra cost paid. Often, it is a result of superior quality or superior service, while other times familiarity can be held accountable, and yet other people will have a simple affection toward a brand. This is the dream of any corporation: To be known of not as a source, but as the definitive source for a commodity. Promotional Marketing’s 2007 Supplier Excellence Awards recognize the best in more
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Polyconcept, Amsterdam, has announced it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Bullet Line, Miami. Terms have not been disclosed, and the transaction is expected to close next month. Polyconcept is the parent company to Leed’s, New Kensington, Pa. “We are extremely excited to bring Bullet Line into the Polyconcept family,” said Michael Bernstein, CEO of Polyconcept North America. “Bullet Line is the premier company in its niche, offering excellent product and decorating capabilities with a strong sales and service team. Bullet Line provides a perfect complement to Leed’s, covering products and price points that are outside of Leed’s core expertise.” According to Bernstein, Bullet Line and