Prime Line has released two new sales tools—an Items by Industry Index and 2013 Continuity Collections—to aid program and company store buyers. Prime's Items By Industry Index identifies items that are suitable for programs and company stores in specific end-buyer industries, such as health care, education, technology, energy, financial and hospitality.
The total number of participants in Prime Line's interactive webinar series will surpass 2,000 with the company's next webinar, "Hidden Gems Under $5 & Fall Sneak Peek," scheduled for July 31 from 2:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. EST. Distributors can register ...
Prime Line has announced a contest inviting distributors to submit their best Prime Line success stories for a chance to win a $1,000 gift card, a 50" flat screen TV and other great prizes. The company also released 2013 Success Stories, which includes the top entries from last year's contest.
Prime Line has released five new product videos as part of its PrimeVideo series, which the company launched last year. The videos were produced in both standard (distributor) and client-safe (end-buyer) versions.
Prime Line, Bridgeport, Conn., announced that it is now offering InsideOut Imprinting, which allows for decoration on the inside of select bags.
The Book Company, Delray Beach, Fla., the leading supplier of books to the promotional products industry, announced the recent promotion of Debbie LeVine to account manager.
After a deadly F5 tornado destroyed more than 1,000 homes and killed 24 people in Moore, Okla., several members of the promotional products community donated time and products to the state's recovery efforts.
Prime Line has released a 24 page Fresh Ideas & Hot Deals catalog, which features 17 new items, including all of the Prime Fresh items introduced since the beginning of the year, plus eight pages of specials.
The Promotional Products Association International (PPAI), the promotional product industry's not-for-profit association, this week announced new officers for the association's board of directors.
For the second consecutive year, a member of the Priestley household won the grand prize in a Prime Line sponsored promotion at Expo East.
On Tuesday, Doug Priestley won a 50″ flat screen HDTV in Prime Line's Guess To Win game. Priestley's guess of 2,491 was the third closest to the actual number of stress balls in Prime's giant cube, however, the two other distributors who guessed closer were not present for the drawing at Prime's booth. A video of the grand prize drawing is posted on Prime Line's Facebook page.