2011 will mark the 40th anniversary of Charlotte, North Carolina-based Timeplanner Calendars Inc., also known as JournalBooks. The anniversary will coincide with the launch of the refreshed, redesigned Timeplanner Calendars catalog for 2011-2012. To kick off the anniversary celebration, all 112 employees recently enjoyed a company-wide barbecue complete with anniversary T-shirts and Visa gift cards. The company plans to continue their celebration throughout January.
New Kensington, Pennsylvania-based Polyconcept North America (PCNA), the second largest hard goods supplier within the promotional products industry, announced it has added a blog its social media efforts.
New Kensington, Pennsylvania-based Polyconcept North America (PCNA), the fourth largest supplier within the promotional products industry, responded to customer feedback
New Kensington, Pennsylvania-based Polyconcept North America, the fourth largest supplier within the promotional products industry, announced all three supplier brands--Leed’s, JournalBooks and Bullet--were included among the ranks of Identity Marketing’s Readers Choice awards.
JournalBooks/Timeplanner Calendars, Charlotte, N.C., a member of Polyconcept North America, the second-largest supplier of hard goods within the promotional products industry, has promoted Tim O’Boyle from vice president of sales to general manager. As general manager, O'Boyle becomes responsible for all sales and operational areas within JournalBooks/Timeplanner Calendars and will become a member of Polyconcept North America’s management committee.
Charlotte, North Carolina-based JournalBooks/Timeplanner Calendars, a member of Polyconcept North America, the second-largest supplier of hard goods within the promotional products industry, is introducing the JournalBooks Collection for Leed’s in January 2010. This collection includes different levels of customization, simple solutions for full-color printing options and accelerated turnaround times.
Charlotte, North Carolina-based Journalbooks/Timeplanner Calendars recently received certification from the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC)—an internationally recognized third-party verification agency dedicated to sustainable development and improvement principle applied to forest management. Certification by the FSC allows Journalbooks to offer its line of paper products with the FSC trademark, indicating the product was produced under and the company abides by strict FSC oversight and standards. According to company president Tom O’Boyle, “Earning our FSC certificate demonstrates our commitment to sustainability of our planet’s resources and our commitment to our distributors and end-users that our products meet strict social, environmental and economic standards.” O’Boyle also
FOR MANY AMERICANS, work and personal life have become indistinguishable. Living according to the business motto, “it’s who you know,” has blended friends and colleagues together. Perhaps the biggest changes are the result of technology. Wireless communications enable people to work on the road or in a café just as easily as if they were in the office. All the needed resources and capabilities of modern working society now fit into a briefcase. Working from home is increasingly popular for employees of major corporations as well as for small business owners and the self-employed. Office and desk items are changing to keep up with the times.
Lasting thoughts and memories captured in a journal or notebook equate to lasting advertising for your clients. From the busy professional to the team coach, all the way to the wine connoisseur or conservationist, Journalbooks has a variety of journal choices suited to the tastes and needs of your customer base. Thoughtful and purposeful, journals are highly appreciated gifts. Not only are these gifts useful in a practical sense, but they become valuable keepsakes that will be cherished by recipients for many years to come. Journals are non-gender-specific and can be tailored to suit any season, event or audience. Unlimited advertising space
Timeplanner Calendars/Journalbooks, Charlotte, N.C., and Norwood, Indianapolis, have reached an agreement to settle the legal action filed by Timeplanner against Norwood. Timeplanner sought remedies for Norwood’s use of the trademark TIMEPLANNER®, a federally registered trademark of Timeplanner, in its current product catalog. Pursuant to the settlement, Norwood agreed to cease using Timeplanner’s trademark. In addition, Norwood has agreed to take steps to clarify in any of its existing materials that TIMEPLANNER® is a trademark owned by Timeplanner and not to use the trademark in any future materials. As a result, Timeplanner has agreed to withdraw its lawsuit against Norwood. For more information, call (704)