Selling to the health care market can be tricky at first, but with a little preparation, you'll be moving product faster than an old-timey snake-oil salesman at a Wild West hypochondriac convention. Sounds good, right?
Rogers, Minnesota-based Universal Promotions Inc., a supplier of imprintable medical devices, supplies and equipment, announced it named Sarah Manley to the newly-created position of marketing director.
ZINC TABLETS TO bolster the immune system. Calcium pills for osteoporosis. Iron supplements for producing hemoglobin. Beta-keratin because people always mention it on television, even though no one knows what it is. Multivitamins with vitamins A, C, D and about 200 different kinds of B. Anti-histamines. Anti-histamine blockers, just in case those anti-histamines get out of control. Vitamin E. Ephedra. Fluoride. Ginseng. And that’s just what people take daily when they are well. An apple a day doesn’t cut it anymore. As understanding about the human body increases, so too does reliance on the medical industry. What is healthful today may be harmful tomorrow, and