Fourth Quarter and Holiday Selling Guide
If there's one thing we remember about getting our MBA, it's that the technical name for the fourth quarter is "the true warrior's test of guile and valor." Why? Because the fourth quarter is when the battle is the hardest. It's when your enemies are the craftiest. It's when AMC replays "Conan the Destroyer" the most. It's also when you have to dig the deepest, plan the smartest and sell like you're the last person standing on the field of battle.
Because this is it. This is your last chance to grab your clients' 2014 budgets. Your last chance to make your numbers for the year. Your last chance to beat them. Your last chance to wring every cent of profit out of this year before moving on to the conquest of 2015.
What do your pals at Print+Promo have to help? How about a collection of the meanest, leanest, pound-for-pound profiting-est products out there to help you close out your fourth quarter like the true warrior king of Cimmeria? Trust us, one look at these products and your client will be yelling, "Crom! Let us slay the dreaming god Dagoth with these fine marketing products" in no time.*
*Sincere confession: We're sorry about this intro. We're writing this in a hotel room and AMC has been playing "Conan the Destroyer" on loop for about six hours. It's relentlessly entrancing, and did you know Andre the Giant plays the corrupted Dagoth monstrosity in the end? Anywho, swords and Schwarzeneggers aside, you get the idea. The fourth quarter is a battle, and these products are your sharpest sword, so pick them up and claim the victory that's rightfully yours.
Cork Is King
Cork has a great texture, is light to ship, and when converted into a menu, makes a great on-theme item for any event or venue where wine will be present. (Think weddings, wineries or even just restaurants.) Americanna Company's Soft Cork Menu measures 4x9" and is 0.125" thick. It can be decorated over 3.25x8.25" of its face, and stock and custom graphic designs are available. For more information, visit www.americanna.com.