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promotional

adjective Referring to often biased information provided to the health profession and health professionals intended to increase prescribing of a particular company’s drugs at the expense of other equivalent agents.
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7 billion promotional products industry with its more than 31,000 businesses, 97 percent of which are small businesses, and 432,000 professionals will work to create awareness for the value promotional products deliver; as well as the positive impact promotional products businesses have on the U.
1 -- 2 -- color) Promotional Partners Worldwide is using team-themed Mr.
According to Simpson, companies must also strategically follow technological change in the office to market their promotional items.
Also, these promotional items can work well in tight marketing budgets.
Apparel/accessories, imprinted items promotional items/novelties
Some manufacturers report that 80 percent of product sales occur on four days over the year--the last day of promotional periods.
Attendees will get a chance to be up close and personal with suppliers and be introduced to the latest trends in promotional products, designed to attract new customers, increase revenues and serve as thank you gifts for employees.
General Motors has approved 4imprint, a leading North American promotional products retailer, as one of its select licensees for division and dealer brands.
At the 44th annual PPAI Golden Pyramid Awards in January, Solomon was honored with with a gold and bronze award for effective use of promotional products that best relates to an advertising client, its products and services, and for the overall theme of a marketing campaign.
To portray a professional image of camp, it's best to incorporate the developmental needs of young people into your promotional materials, articulate the benefits of ACA accreditation, and speak the same language as other child and youth development professionals.
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