October 10, 2007
Today we launched a new contest – ‘Why I Love My ASI Membership.’
Twelve current ASI members will be selected at random from qualified entries to receive one free year of ASI basic membership, and a $250 American Express gift card – good as cash.
Winners will also be featured in Counselor magazine and on a special Website, at www.TheNumberThatMatters.com.
The contest came about when ASI members told us in a recent survey that, without a doubt, they love their ASI membership because it helps them do more business. The survey proves that ASI has the number that matters in the advertising specialty industry – your ASI membership number.
October 8, 2007
We just announced that the ASI Show! in Philadelphia is moving to New York City.
I’m excited about this because I worked in New York City on and off for more than 16 years and I know that the energy of New York will provide one of the most dynamic trade shows ever for the industry.
In addition to the show floor, there will be great places to eat, network, socialize, and do business.
Show dates – same as originally scheduled for Philadelphia – and other information is in the following media release from Matthew Cohn, president of ASI Show!. Also visit www.asishow.com>.
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October 6, 2007
ASI Canada Kicks Off Fall Seminar Tour – Canadian Suppliers Present New
Last week was an exciting time for ASI Canada! I spent the week along with Fred Oesen, Vice President of ASI Canada (former founder of Team Task Force) and Jay Ostrow, Director of ASI Canada Sales, transversing the beautiful Canadian countryside, talking to ASI Canada members at the Fall Supplier Seminars.
ASI Canada in Winnipeg
Alex Morin, from Debco Bag, presents a new exclusive offering of Christmas bags.
October 1, 2007
I’m sure you’ve seen stories in the popular press about recalls of products made in China, including the recent news in Counselor PromoGram about promotional products distributed by California that were found to contain more lead than permitted under guidelines acceptable in North America.
Obviously all of us are concerned about safety — for our end-users, our customers, ourselves and our businesses.