Oak Brook, Illinois-based writing instrument supplier Sanford Business-to-Business announced the April 4 earthquake that struck near its Mexicali, Mexico caused minor damage to the company's decorating facility.
JANESVILLE — Sanford Business-to-Business has notified the state it will start closing its Janesville operations in January in a move that will ultimately put 140 people out of work.
Neenah, Wisconsin-based Adventures in Advertising announced its 14th sales convention was held July 22 to 24 at the Grand Geneva Resort in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin. Under the event’s “Elements For Success” theme, the two-and-a-half day program featured education workshops, a supplier trade show, business updates, systems training, a fashion show, an awards dinner and entertainment.
OPTIMISM IS A funny thing. Sometimes seeing the good side of a situation is all a matter of personal perception. Example: Instead of fretting over snow, rain or even chilly fall days lowering the exposure of your T-shirt promotions, why not look at inclement weather as an opportunity to sell imprinted outerwear?
Janesville, Wisconsin-based instrument supplier Sanford Business-to-Business announced it will relocate sales and administrative staff into its parent company’s global office products headquarters in Oakbrook, Ill.
Hub Pen Company, Braintree, Mass., was proud to announce Connor Stearns, the oldest of Hub production manager Bob Stearns' five boys, pulled off a first place finish in the 5K Promotions East Fun Run.
Cleveland-based Proforma announced its list of 25 vendors that will be sponsoring the 2009 Proforma Convention and Family Reunion, being held July 8 to 11 in Denver. Vendors and sponsorship levels include:
Janesville, Wisconsin-based Sanford Business-to-Business announced changes to the management team supporting its business operations. The business restructuring more closely integrates and aligns with parent company Newell Rubbermaid’s
WHEN AMAZON RELEASED Kindle, its wireless reading device, bibliophiles everywhere shuddered. It was just another instance of a new technology running up against a treasured pastime. As any book lover will attest, there’s just something irreplaceable about the look, feel, and yes, even smell of a bound volume.
Kansas City, Kansas-based Clayman Promotional Group announced IndyCar driver Marco Andretti and Clayman Promotional Group have signed a two-year exclusive contract to offer Marco Andretti branded merchandise on his official Web site. The merchandise program will allow Marco Andretti fans to purchase Marco Andretti branded articles such as t-shirts, hats, women’s apparel, drinkware, backpacks and even a Marco Andretti Sharpie with his signature on the pen. In conjunction with this agreement, Marco’s authentic race-worn fire suits and race helmets will be available for purchase. Gary Tribolet, national account executive with Clayman Promotional Group said, “Motorsports fans deserve product offerings that are cutting-edge and