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February 18, 2013
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Mega Mug The Pitch: Right now, I'm enjoying my coffee in a cup just like this 16-oz. ceramic Bistro mug from IDproductsource (asi/62088). It's my favorite and it's perfect for coffee shops, restaurants, souvenir spots, college stores and more. Pricing starts at: 72; $3.50-R. Plus, like this supplier on Facebook and message them with your ASI number and you will be entered into a random drawing. You could win a 16G mini iPad! Click here to see the mug: http://idproductsource.com/store/. The Bottom Line: Enter to win.
Light the Night The Pitch: If you could use a light-up spiked Mohawk headpiece (and really, who couldn't?), Liquid Light (asi/67670) is the supplier you should call today. These are fun for special events like concerts and parties. Also, you can getnext-column pricing on any order.Check it out here: http://liquidlightglows.com/. The Bottom Line: You got punked.
Ring My Bell The Pitch: Everyone knows cowbells are fun for sporting events and pep rallies (as well as annoying your coworkers). Well, how about hat-shaped cowbells? Yup,WOWLine (asi/98360)now offers such a thing and you can getEQP on your order. Just write W3CMA on your P.O. Click here and scroll down a bit: http://www.wowline.com/. The Bottom Line: Raise the noise level.
Disc-y Business The Pitch: Despite the fact that it feels like minus three degrees at the foot of Mt. Pocono according to the weather guy this morning, now is indeed time to start thinking about your clients' summer promos. Jornik Mfg. (asi/63549) offers a flying disc with a twist. It's the Frilly Flyer and it's super-soft and squishy and made from a gel-like material. It's cool for picnics, concerts, travel promos, tailgating, summer camps, etc. Pricing starts at: 100; $3.49-R. Click here: http://jornik.com/node/1465. The Bottom Line: Flying high.