Angela Wurst

Crystal D, St. Paul, Minn., a leading supplier of corporate awards and plaques, announced four employees participated in The Salvation Army’s the 2009 MOST Amazing Race on July 25.

Top five worst excuses not to go green, go safe and go responsible:

1. It’s too expensive.
2. One person can’t make a difference.
3. It doesn’t fit my lifestyle.
4. The quality of the products just isn’t as high.
5. I don’t know where or how to begin.

THERE IS NO soon-to-be-dropped crystal ball hanging in Times Square. Washington is not setting up for a gigantic fireworks display (Congress not included), and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Q. Public aren’t ardently making New Year’s resolutions, but none of that means businesses and organizations aren’t getting ready for the new year—a time when corporate gifts and award programs usually reach a triumphant end or enlightened launch. Yes, distributors, it’s time to start thinking about the season of giving. Get with the program A 2008 survey by Scottsdale, Arizona-based WorldatWork, a nonprofit organization focused on knowledge leadership for human-resources diciplines, stated nearly 90 percent

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