Technology for Dummies
February 1, 2009

THE “DEATH TOUCH” is easy to spot. In fact, everyone knows at least one person currently suffering from this distinct, in-born malady. Its unmistakable symptoms render the afflicted party unable to move, fiddle with or handle a piece of technological equipment in any way without breaking, freezing, deprogramming or otherwise harming it.They probably shouldn’t even stand near that new flat-screen TV. Can’t be too careful.

Leed's Reaches Tier II C-TPAT Supply Chain Certification
January 27, 2009

New Kensington, Pennsylvania-based Leed’s, a member of Polyconcept North America, the second largest supplier within the promotional products industry, announced it has taken the next step to further secure its international supply chain by participating in an overseas audit and achieving Tier II certification with the Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (C-TPAT).

Corvest Announces Organizational Changes
January 27, 2009

Largo, Florida-based Corvest, a top-20 promotional products supplier and parent company of Adva-Lite, Toppers and It’s All Greek To Me, announced several organizational changes to its customer service and sales teams. The changes, which are effective immediately, will allow the company to provide more dedicated customer service and will enable further growth of the company’s sales team.

Who in the World is Ned Ludd?
May 1, 2008

MAN OR MYTH, fact or fiction, Ned Ludd is oft-cited as the inspiration for the Luddite movement of early 19th century England. A supposed simpleton, Ludd was fabled to have destroyed two automated looms, epitomizing and inspiring the coming Luddite revolt against the machinery of the industrial revolution. The Luddites believed technological advances hurt their livelihood—as automated machines required fewer artisans—and rallied to slow their progress, smashing equipment in the name of the working man. Centuries later, the Luddite movement survives, often referred to as neo-Luddites, who rally against computers, cell phones and other gadgets that can be considered the automated loom of the

The sounds of Swiss Army
January 5, 2007

Elisabeth Campo, manager, marketing and licensing for Swiss Army Brands, showcases the addition of an MP3 player to the Swiss Army line as well as increased capacity on USB drives.

How To Sell USB Flash Drives
November 1, 2006

In today’s fast-paced world, with hundreds of television channels and millions of Web sites, there are more and more ads competing for people’s attention. As a result, it is harder for advertisers to reach their target markets. However, well-chosen promotional products, such as All-In-One’s USB flash drives, provide perfect, eye-catching solutions. For instance, an imprinted USB flash drive is unique yet practical for home, school and office use. All-In-One’s available data uploads enable flash drives to be used to deliver in-depth marketing materials, videos, music, software, documents and much more. And, because All-In-One offers a variety of USB flash drives to choose

04/06 New Prods_G&L
April 1, 2006

Easy Does It The Easy Grip Pillbox from G&L Sales brings simplicity to those with medication regimens. Designed specifically for baby boomers—who make 74 percent of all prescription drug purchases—the pillbox includes a non-spill locking lid, a non-slip base and lid, and extra-large storage compartments. The product also features a built-in prescription vial opener on the bottom, a removable lid and a comfortable, ergonomic design. Removable dividers enable end-users to select either seven-day, seven-day AM/PM or 14-day schedules. Markets: Pharmaceutical/Chemical, Health-Care, Insurance, Safety Uses: Safety Programs, Reinforce Products & Services Circle 201 on Info Card or visit www.pmdm.com/infocard