Mar 28, 2013

Some of the COOL STUFF we can source

I recently scoured our showroom to find a few examples of the cool things we can source. Within seconds I was able to find a pen made completely out of recyclable material, size 14 Hawks branded shoes, and a magnetic coozie (perfect for when you need to free up your hands so you can hold your plate and utensil while chowing down).
While these are just a few examples, the point I am trying to make is that our swag fanatics and apparel gurus can source anything. While many companies can "source" items, the people and the method is what truly separates us from the others.

Our method is part science, part art, and part intuition. We pride ourselves in our process which includes: LISTEN, DISCOVER, SCOUT, SOLVE

• All our sales associates have two ears and one mouth. They listen to the client, understand the brand positioning and are able to provide products that fit within the brand framework.
• The years of experience in the industry has cultivated their knowledge which allows them to find the hottest items to make any brand stand out.
• Their sharp customer service skills provide the attention to details that are sometimes missed by others.
• By the end of the process, they have provided solutions that are unique, fit with the brand boundaries, are on budget and on time.

Remember, the next time you need to increase brand awareness, ask a swag fanatic to source it for you!

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Mar 22, 2013

Employee Feature: Check Out Barry

Check out Barry’s latest gadget he picked up at the ASI Show filled with the latest and greatest in promotional products.  He is modeling the NadaChair which improves posture and increases stability. Are you slouching right now? Ha…made you look.

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Mar 14, 2013

Giving Back: 2013 Hunger Walk

We were very proud to be part of the Hunger Walk last weekend. Ping made an appearance and was able to make a few more smiles during this fun-filled day.
The Hunger Walk/Run, an annual 5K walk and "fun run" that began in 1984, is a project of the Atlanta Community Food Bank that unites our community to raise awareness and critical funds for local hunger relief. Proceeds from the event benefit the Atlanta Community Food Bank and other local nonprofit organizations that support food pantries, community kitchens, shelters and other programs for people in need of food assistance.

Did you know:
16.9 percent of the people living in the Atlanta Community Food Bank’s service area in metro Atlanta and north Georgia are food insecure, meaning that they don’t always know where they will find their next meal.
• More than one in every four Georgia children – 28.3% of our children – lives in a food insecure households. This is up from 27.9% last year. The USDA defines food insecurity as the lack of access to adequate food resulting from the lack of money and other resources.

We received a great thank you note from the ACFB decorated by Stella, age 7.

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