PPAI Expo East 2016 and the Imprinted Sportswear Show were held last week at the Atlantic City Convention Center. Thousands of suppliers and distributors walked the show floor looking for new products, unique marketing ideas, the latest decorating techniques and, most importantly, something good for lunch. Promo Marketing went to the convention to help you find the…
There's a reason why more than a billion dollars worth of promotional desk and office products are sold every year: They're effective. From sticky notes and pens to journals and mugs, the items we use during every workday are the perfect vehicles for promotional advertising.
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.
Looking to rack up some serious grocery bills with your biggest clients? Check out these great edible promotions, complete with tips and ideas for use from the suppliers who sell them.
Award season is in full swing. Help your clients take home the Oscar for "Best Party" with these five movie-themed promotions.
Several of the businesses affected by Hurricane Sandy were able to reopen today, but many remain closed or are operating at reduced capacity. Below is a list noting which companies have opened and which have remained closed as of 3:00 p.m. EST today. Notes on each company’s status have been provided where available.
Mid-Nite Snax has hired Ryan Scott as the company's newest sales representative. Scott will be covering the territory of Arizona, Nevada and Utah.
Mid-Nite Snax has added Todd Turquand of Top Shelf Marketing and Michael Fisher of Modern Flare Sales to its sales force.
Mid-Nite Snax, a leading supplier of innovative candy and food promotions headquartered in Mineola, N.Y., has announced the appointment of Margaret Dengler as marketing director.