PPAI Announces Board Candidates For Upcoming Election

PPAI's 2017 Board election candidates are (clockwise from top left) distributors Steve Levschuk, president of Talbot Marketing (PPAI 100789), and Todd Pottebaum, MAS+, president of Quality Resource Group (PPAI 159353); and suppliers Dan Frailey, president of RuMe, Inc. (PPAI 159353), and Lori Kates, president of IMAGEN Brands, parent company of Crown Products (PPAI 113430) and Vitronic (PPAI 114197).

PPAI has announced four candidates for the PPAI Board of Directors Class of 2022 election. Distributor candidates are Steve Levschuk, president of Talbot Marketing (PPAI 100789), and Todd Pottebaum, MAS+, president of Quality Resource Group (PPAI 159353); and suppliers are Dan Frailey, president of RuMe, Inc. (PPAI 159353), and Lori Kates, president of IMAGEN Brands, parent company of suppliers Crown Products (PPAI 113430) and Vitronic (PPAI 114197).

One candidate from each category will be elected by the membership and will begin a four-year board term immediately following The PPAI Expo 2018. The PPAI board election will take place from September 8 through September 29 this year, with results available in early October.

“I am pleased to announce that these highly-qualified board candidates have volunteered to run for the PPAI Board of Directors,” says PPAI President and CEO Paul Bellantone, CAE. “Each is an accomplished leader with invaluable experience and shares PPAI’s commitment to advancing the Association and the promotional products industry.”

PPAI Board Chair Mary Jo Tomasini, MAS, adds, “When it comes to impacting the promotional products industry in a truly meaningful way, board service matters. The PPAI Board is comprised of exceptional volunteer leaders willing to contribute their valuable time to guide the success of the Association and the industry. I encourage each member company’s voting designee to get to know the candidates and cast their ballot.”

The board election will be administered electronically by a third-party election administrator and by paper ballot as required. To vote, each PPAI member company’s designated voter can visit the PPAI voter site and click on the “VOTE” button to learn more about the candidates and cast their ballots. The link will be provided in this newsletter starting September 8.

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