Chocolate Inn Ltd. and Taylor & Grant Specialties Ltd. announced the addition of two highly talented senior-level industry veterans to its growing team: Brian Seltzer, CAS, joins the company as vice president of operations and Dana Serra comes onboard as director of printing operations.
Dri Mark Products
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Mike Joswick, former national sales manager with Dri Mark Products, joins Beacon Promotions, New Ulm, Minn., as vice president of sales in the Western region.
Port Washington, New York-based Dri Mark Products, the U.S. manufacturer of the original Counterfeit Money Detector Pen, announced the retail introduction of its new Counterfeit Detector System
Port Washington, New York-based Dri Mark Products announced the availability of environmentally friendly writing instruments.
"What's good for the environment most often translates as being even better for the workplace," said Teri Reidt, vice president, sales. "The importance of implementing environmentally friendly practices and using 'green' components, such as pens and markers, is becoming a key business strategy that we naturally filled with biodegradable writing components."
Burnsville, Minnesota-based Apothecary Products Inc., announced it will be making the following changes to its promotional products division:
Shannon Carrick and Barb LeBrun were named territory sales account managers for the API Line. Both will be based out of the corporate facility in Burnsville, Minnesota.
Dri Mark, a Port Washington, New York-based company, began its illustrious history 50 years ago as an importer of markers from Japan. Dri Mark introduced the first fine-tipped writing marker, and actually derives its name from the first marker that dried instantly on paper. In 1972, the Reichmann family purchased Dri Mark and began manufacturing writing instruments, as well as importing them. Some of the company’s top sellers include Mr. Doodler and Buffalo Artist Colors. Dri Mark also created a counterfeit bill detection pen that still remains a leading industry product. As time moved on, the company maintained a strong presence in commercial
Michael Joswick, national sales manager at Dri Mark Products, details the feature of the company’s new pen line, Ink by Dri Mark. He also showcases another of the company’s new items, the 3+1 Pen, which combines a black ball point pen, blue ball point pen, mechanical pencil and highlighter in one item.