Picnic Plus by Spectrum
Parks mean three things: trees, grass and people not cleaning up after their dogs. Enjoy the first two while protecting yourself from the third by using a Mega Mat with Shoulder Strap from Picnic Plus by Spectrum on your next picnic.
The three keys to success for any party are: snacks, drinks, frisbee. Picnic Plus by Spectrum solves all three with their wooden Cocktail Trays. The four set of trays carries food, has a cut-out wine glass holder, and after a few of those glasses of wine makes a great flying disk (as long as it isn't your house).
April's edition of My Best Promotion is a grat example of providing safety incentives to the manufacturing industry.
Picnic Plus by Spectrum is planning to double its capacity to service clients and "green" its operations by moving to a new facility.
Specialty Advertising Counselors of the Delaware Valley (SACDV) has announced their officers and board of directors for 2011.
The days of cuddling up in a five-star hotel, sipping champagne and nibbling delicacies brought long after midnight by room service may not be gone forever, but there certainly has been a shift in the way people are vacationing.
Even though it is the middle of winter here in Philadelphia and a 50 mph wind is sending the windchill into single digits, I have to make the Cooladio Solar Cooler my first Product of the Week. I will admit quite a few USB drives caught my eye, but the Cooladio came out on top this time.
If you love someone, set them free.”
This, the worst relationship cliché of all time, is routinely followed up by the brilliant logic, “If they don’t come back, they were never yours; but if they do, you own them for life,” blah, blah. Terrible. However, despite its existence on many a tween’s Facebook page, when taken out of the context of a tumultuous love affair, it’s strangely relevant in the realm of promotional products.
THERE IS NO soon-to-be-dropped crystal ball hanging in Times Square. Washington is not setting up for a gigantic fireworks display (Congress not included), and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Q. Public aren’t ardently making New Year’s resolutions, but none of that means businesses and organizations aren’t getting ready for the new year—a time when corporate gifts and award programs usually reach a triumphant end or enlightened launch. Yes, distributors, it’s time to start thinking about the season of giving. Get with the program A 2008 survey by Scottsdale, Arizona-based WorldatWork, a nonprofit organization focused on knowledge leadership for human-resources diciplines, stated nearly 90 percent