If you've ever been trapped in the supermarket checkout line behind a parent with a small child, you already know what we're about to tell you: People go crazy for candy. Remember little Timmy up there ahead of you? So sweet. So innocent. Then his mom said "no" to a Snickers bar, and his head started spinning like Linda Blair's in The Exorcist. Only scarier, and with more cursing.
Hospitality Mints, based in Boone, N.C., announced it hired Robby Cordes, CAS, as director of ad specialty. Cordes has worked in the promotional marketing industry for 12 years and brings experience in customer relations, sales, sales training and management.
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The Irving, Texas, Promotional Products Education Foundation (PPEF) announced the recipients of $100,000 awarded in college scholarships for 2009.
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