Numo, Kaufman, Texas, announced its newest line of office accessories, Up Your Standard.
Numo, Kaufman, Texas, will partner with Minneapolis-based product designer and creative director Angie Davis to offer City Cut & Sew. The line will be exclusively sold through Numo.
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The Promo Marketing staff reported on new products, exhibitor opinions and speaker reactions from the first day of ASI's Chicago trade show.
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Numo Manufacturing, Kaufman, Texas, announced the company is bringing back the most popular promotion in its 48-year history. Distributor salespeople will be eligible to order 25 free Pocket Coolie can holders as a self-promotion.
Numo Manufacturing, based in Kaufman, Texas, introduced a new line of can and bottle coolies made from 15 percent post-consumer content. “Our recycled Eco Coolies are of such high quality that it is hard to imagine that they are made from tires,” said Tracy Moore, Numo’s national sales manager. “Our engineers spent months experimenting with different material options, and we are very pleased to provide distributors with a product that meets expectations.” Numo estimated that 8,000 Eco Coolies can be made from one recycled tire and if 10 percent of the the company’s coolie business shifts to the new material the result would be
Kolder, Edinburg, Texas, recently announced its acquisition of Kaufman, Texas-based supplier NUMO Manufacturing. “This is a wonderful opportunity for us all, and I believe the combination of Kolder/NUMO will greatly benefit our promotional product distributors,” said Charlie Meyer, Kolder’s president and CEO. Kolder is a privately held company currently in its 25th year of business. The company primarily manufactures neoprene beverage insulators and soft-sided ice chests for both the ad specialty and retail markets. Founded in 1962 as the Numismatic Manufacturing Company, NUMO initially manufactured and resold a series of bank supply items including stamps, desk nameplates and coins. Since then, NUMO has expanded its