Hub Pen Company

Hub Pen Raises $10,000+ for China Earthquake Relief
June 24, 2008

The Hub Pen Company of Braintree, Massachusetts announced it has responded to the tragic situation in the Sichuan Province of China by raising $10,700 for the earthquake relief effort. Hub Pen Employees were moved by the news of the massive earthquake and the devastating loss of lives and banded together to raise funds to help the victims of the national disaster in China. Many of Hub’s workers have family, friends or acquaintances whose lives were terribly affected by this natural disaster. Hub Pen depends upon China for much of its raw product and they have business partners throughout China. Along with the donation,

Hub Signs Suyetsugu as Representative
May 20, 2008

The Hub Pen Company announced the appointment of Paul Suyetsugu, CAS, president of PS Sales & Marketing as the representative for California, Arizona and Nevada territories. Suyetsugu has a diverse background with more than 30 years of industry experience. His most recent position was director of national accounts for Clegg Industries. Prior to that, Suyetsugu had his own multiline company, as well as numerous management positions including operations/partner for Logotec USA, and has held the positions of director of sales, marketing manager, credit manager and customer service manager for Barlow Promotional Products. “I’ve had such great mentors and experiences throughout my career.

Hub Adds Nault as Sales Executive
April 22, 2008

Hub Pen Company, based in Quincy, Mass., announced the addition of Bill Nault as sales executive. Nault brings more than 10 years of experience in the promotional products industry and was most recently sales manager for The Quill Company, based in Providence, R.I. “We are excited to have Bill join our team. His professionalism and strong writing instrument background will make an immediate impact,” said Joseph Fleming, Hub general manager. For more information on the Hub Pen Company, visit www.hubpen.com

2007 Supplier Excellence Awards
July 1, 2007

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