Part two of Promo Marketing's look into the Michigan Liquor Control Code Act of 1998, which bans the use of certain logoed products from bars and restaurants. Plus, information for distributors who want to help change the law.
A 1998 Michigan law says that bars and restaurants are not allowed to use promotional products featuring alcohol brand logos. Promo Marketing looks into the specifics of the Michigan Liquor Control Code Act and talks to the people who are trying to change it.
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TRG Group, located in St. Louis, has hired Stephen Bell as its new Midwest region manager. Bell will be responsible for sales in the states of Arkansas, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Texas and Wisconsin.
This week, Business News Daily reports on Collegiate Bead Co., a Michigan-based bead manufacturer that partnered with a promotional products distributor company to help keep its products made in America.
Michigan's David Schowalter scoured the country, and eventually the globe, for more than two years on his quest to find an American manufacturing partner.
It turns out the answer was in his own backyard.
The owner of Collegiate Bead Co., Schowalter was determined to produce his company's college beads, sorority bracelets and charms in the United States, but initially was unable to find someone willing to take on the job.
Sweda Company LLC, City of Industry, Calif., announced today the hiring of Maureen Dwyer as the company's new independent regional sales representative for Michigan.