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2010 Power 50 List

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Power 50 Methodology


The Power 50 rankings are determined annually through a survey of the industry. All members of the ad specialty industry (including members of the Power 50 themselves) are asked to rate each of the members of last year's Power 50 on whether they believe the person's influence has increased or decreased since the list came out last year. The results of this survey help the Counselor editorial staff to determine whether a Power 50 member should go up or down on the list

2010 RANK
NAME
COMPANY
2009 RANK
1
Kevin Lyons-Tarr
4imprint
11
2
Marty Lott
SanMar
2
3
Greg Muzzillo & Vera Muzzillo
Proforma
3
4
Nicolas Paillot & Quenten Wentworth
BIC/Norwood
1
5
Marc Simon
Halo Branded Solutions
4
6
Thomas Myers & Hank Harrell
Broder Bros.
15
7
Eric Bensussen & Jay Deutsch
BDA
6
8
Philippe Varnier & David Nicholson
Polyconcept
8
9
Gene Geiger & Jo-an Lantz
Geiger
5
10
Jack Ma
Alibaba.com
12
11
Nick Coe
Lands' End
7
12
Rich Witaszak
Staples Promotional Products
10
13
David Woods
Adventures in Advertising
13
14
Trevor Gnesin
Logomark
9
15
Ross Silverstein
iPROMOTEu
17
16
Bob Lederer, Jeff Lederer & Paula Shulman
Prime Line
14
17
Jonathan Isaacson
Gemline
18
18
Jason Black
Boundless Network
Not on list
19
Keith Walters
Ennis Inc.
27
20
Jack So
Hong Kong Trade Development Council
20
21
Anthony Corsano
Anvil Knitwear
21
22
Glenn Chamandy
Gildan
22
23
Bonni Shevin Sandy
Dard Products
38
24
Ira Neaman
Vantage Apparel
19
25
David Thompson
National Pen
Not on list
26
Craig Callaway
eCompanyStore
16
27
Kurt Kaeser & Gregg Emmer
Kaeser & Blair
25
28
Sarah Benecke
Global Sources
26
29
Eric Belcher
InnerWorkings
29
30
Alan Vaught
Evans Manufacturing
33
31
Ray Titus
EmbroidMe
24
32
Peter Seidler, Bill Korowitz & Jim Hagan
Seidler Equity/Magnet Group/Sweda
28
33
Mike Rhodes
Bodek and Rhodes
30
34
Bill Schmidt Sr., CJ Schmidt & Bill Schmidt Jr.
Hit Promotional Products
42
35
Eric Rubin
Blue Generation
31
36
Dan Craig
Accolade Reaction Promotion Group
Not on list
37
Paul Lage
Gill Studios
1
38
Kim Newell
Worldwide Lines
Not on list
39
Garry Hurvitz
Ash City
Not on list
40
Maribeth Sandford
Bag Makers
46
41
Dov Charney
American Apparel
34
42
Chris Vernon
The Vernon Co.
41
43
Brandon Mackay & Charley Johnson
SnugZ USA
36
44
Jeff Adams & Paul Rohr
S&S Activewear
Not on list
45
Carol Constantino
Noteworthy
Not on list
46
Larry Zavadil
American Solutions For Business
35
47
Glen Taylor
Taylor Corporation
32
48
Steve Slagle & Paul Bellantone
PPAI
44
49
Derek Block
Touchstone
47
50
Judith Zimmerman
Artcraft Promotional Concepts
48

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