Tagged 'Promotions'

Boot Up

Start-up technology firms are cropping up everywhere. Here’s how to sell to them. Read More »

Let The Music Play

Let The Music Play

While Rotary Club meetings and Chamber of Commerce networking luncheons are fine places to meet potential clients, don’t discount the local club scene. Musicians and their bands may be night owls, but each has the same marketing and promotional needs as the next businessman. Read More »

Virtual Travel

Virtual Travel

Back in 2000, a 1950s-themed diner in a popular Wisconsin vacation spot endeavored to pack its tables with tourists during the summer season. Its plan was to partner with other local businesses in the tourism trade—think hotels, resorts and campgrounds—and attract their patrons with promotional products that would lead local visitors straight to the diner’s glowing jukebox and kitschy décor. Read More »

Veggie Tales

Veggie Tales

Have you met Regie? He’s relatively tall, wears a large green crown and wields several spears at once. He wears a cape and an eye mask, too. Obviously, Regie is a broccoli stalk. Read More »

Egg-stravaganza

Egg-stravaganza

Newton Manufacturing Co. whips up a spectacular performance to promote eggs at the Iowa State Fair. Read More »

Married With Children

Married With Children

A campaign aims to bring couples closer together but ends up attracting more kids than adults. Read More »

All Play

All Play

Distributor, supplier and end buyer collaborate on a PPAI Pyramid Award-winning project. Read More »

Me, Myself And I

Me, Myself And I

Shumsky orchestrates a home-run tradeshow campaign for its sister company, Boost Technologies. Read More »

Figured Out

Figured Out

Silver Spring, Maryland-based distributor Summit Group (UPIC: summit) started out as a fulfillment house for its long-time spirit and beverage client more than six years ago. As time went on, the Summit Group was granted more and more opportunities to broaden its scope of services with the client. Read More »

Copy Right

Copy Right

To see is to believe—especially in the promotions business. Read More »

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