Liquid Death and Steve-O have teamed up for a branded voodoo doll made with Steve-O's actual hair. It comes packaged like a Barbie doll, in a pink box with a display window, and is the latest in a line of genius promos from Liquid Death.
According to Somu Desai, owner of Desert Promotions, the company’s equipment, computers, and…
Aligning your sales approach with your company’s current environment may be necessary for continued success in a disruptive economy.
Fully Promoted, West Palm Beach, FL, recently promoted two existing brand leaders amid the company’s ongoing growth and success: Kurt Tempelmeyer as national operations director and George Matchak as director of product strategy.
PRINTING United Expo — taking place Oct. 18-20 in Atlanta — is fast approaching, and attendees are gearing up for a week of learning, networking, and inspiration. As a lead-up to the Expo, we are sharing a series of Q&A interviews featuring attendees from various backgrounds. They’ll share why they are attending the Expo, what they hope to learn, and what excites them about the upcoming event.
Apple unveiled the new iPhone 15, iPhone 15 Pro, and iPhone 15 Pro Max yesterday, and the big news is that they finally incorporated a USB-C port. Additionally, we looked at some of the other specs like size and button placement that distributors will need to be aware of if they want to sell iPhone accessories.
For better corporate structure, consider utilizing the three “O’s”: Ownership meetings, Operations meetings, and Organization meetings.
Proforma, Cleveland, announced the promotion of Evan Gall to the position of vice president of sales. With an extensive career spanning 16 years in the industry, Gall has consistently showcased his exceptional leadership, strategic insight, and unwavering dedication to driving results. Gall joined Proforma in 2021, and quickly emerged as a dynamic force within the…
Coors Light made a special-edition can that looked like the broken advertising board after Shohei Ohtani knocked out LED bulbs with a home run.
A popular Instagram account started selling Delta Airlines parody shirts after it was reported that a passenger had an accident in the aisles, causing the plane to return to Atlanta. The shirt, it seems, has been taken down, possibly after Delta Airlines complained.