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May 9, 2011
Happy sunny Monday! I hope all you moms had a very nice day yesterday. I cooked dinner for 20 people (oh and there were three dogs here too; our cat was not happy). Working today will be much more relaxing for me. Ahhhh. Tell me what you did! Enjoy this edition and send your feedback directly to: email@example.com. It
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The Joe Show: Targeted Promos In this episode of The Joe Show, Managing Editor Joe Haley shows off some new items sure to help you target specific types of clients. Looking to appeal to clients marketing to teens and tweens? Want an idea to help you get in with high-tech customers? Check out this episode.
Mirror, Mirror The Pitch: No more lipstick on your teeth, ladies. Graphco Line (asi/57956)has a great acrylic dual magnification mirror that's perfect for purse and travel. The first mirror has standard magnification and the second mirror has 3x magnification. Pricing starts at:100; $1.44. Click here: http://graphcoline.com/. The Bottom Line: Ready for your close-up.
Got Your Number The Pitch: This is a cute idea for students and businesspeople alike:Lanco Promotions (asi/66224)has a new translucent calculator on a carabiner, so it easily attaches to backpack or briefcase. Think Realtors and insurance companies too. Batteries are included and they come individually boxed. Pricing starts at: 100; $3.70. See it here: http://lancopromo.com/. The Bottom Line: Add it all up.
A Bone to Pick The Pitch: Roan, Rory and Brody, the dogs that were at our house yesterday (I guess you could call them my dog-nephews), would have loved the all-natural five-inch bone made from whole-wheat flour, peanut butter and honey.It's fromSolar Advertising (asi/88148) and comes wrapped with a four-color label and is perfect for any pet-related event or business. Pricing starts at: 250; $2.45.Check it out: http://www.solaradvertising.com/. The Bottom Line: Give a dog a bone.
Dinner Time The Pitch: Yesterday, I had my four-year-old niece Christine go around ringing the dinner bell to call everyone in, which she loved doing. It's actually a bell that sits on our bar and says "Ring for a Drink," but it worked. Anyway, I happen to think ringing a dinner bell is a fun idea and Atlantic Glass Etching Inc. (asi/37364) offers a lovely glass dinner bell, which starts at one for $7.70. This is a unique item for restaurant giveaways. Or how about using it as a self-promotion asking your clients to give you a ring? You can see it for yourself right here: http://atlanticglassetching.com/. The Bottom Line: The bell of the ball.
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