PPAI award-winning business resource FreePromoTips, a division of All American Marketing Group, has added industry veteran Adrienne Barker, MAS, to its team.
Barker grew up in the promotional products business, and has more than 35 years of experience including sales, management, marketing and training, and a complete understanding of the industry’s supply chain. To share this knowledge, she has been curating up-to-date news and relevant business content that benefits suppliers and distributors through her website, www.promoindustry.guru.
As a believer in lifelong learning, Barker has completed training to become an international etiquette and protocol consultant after graduating from the Protocol School of Washington. She has earned her PPAI Fellowship by being involved with PPAI as a committee member and serving on the Premier Buying Group Board of Directors. She is a PPAI Advocate, and has spoken at a variety of schools, rotaries and chamber meetings, championing the power of promotional products.
For years, Barker has been a fan of the FreePromoTips program. While discussing this multifaceted business resource with publisher Jeff Solomon, MAS, it became apparent there would be a positive synergy working together. She has a passion for the industry and an in-depth understanding of the all-important relationship between distributors and their supplier partners.
“When Jeff and I were talking about their new SuccessFit4Life! wellness program and everything else they have been doing, I realized this is game-changing for the industry," she said. "It’s exciting to be a part of it!”
“We are thrilled to have someone of Adrienne’s caliber on our team," Solomon said. "FreePromoTips has been a valuable resource since 2005. With the launch of our innovative, sales generating SuccessFit4Life! program we look forward to great things ahead.”
For more information on FreePromoTips, visit www.freepromotips.com.
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