Bullet recently announced the grand opening of its revolutionary new facility in Hialeah, Fla. The design of the building demonstrates the company's commitment to providing its customers with exceptional service, reliability and quality at industry-leading prices.
Bullet, the promotional products supplier based in Miami, has hired Susan Huthmaker as its new vice president of manufacturing.
Miami-based Bullet, a subsidiary of Polyconcept North America, recently announced the launch of 71 new items, as well as nine items featuring new colors. The products span across a variety of popular categories including bags, drinkware, technology and sticky notes—just in time for end-of-year projects.
Doing business with Miami-based Bullet just got easier. The company has launched two new websites as it becomes increasingly more important to offer separate online destinations for U.S. and Canadian customers due to Bullet’s recent growth. Both websites were created with distributors in mind, making it easier than ever to search for products of various colors, styles and price points.
The upcoming year will bring about big changes for Bullet, a subsidiary of Polyconcept North America. The company announced the Centergate building in Hialeah, Fla. will soon serve as the new headquarters.
Many new colorful ceramic drinkware options are among the new products recently added at Miami-based Bullet, a member of Polyconcept North America. Maya, Dakota and Aura Ceramic Mugs are available in up to six colors each, and the Agave and Canyon Ceramic Mugs with spoons are each available in six colors. End-column prices on all of Bullet’s ceramic mugs are under $3, which means end-users can give expensive-looking mugs at very reasonable prices.