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  • Hone Your Inner Craftster

    Our new resource center, geared to marketing professionals, gives you the skinny on promotional campaigns. Dollars are stretched and budgets slashed, so when you're marketing your brand, you want to get the most out of that money. ADVANCE Custom Promotions developed a new Marketing Resource Center to tout the benefits of promotional products, ...
    Posted to Your Logo Here (Weblog) on August 19, 2009
  • It’s a Keeper: Grow Guy Grow Cup

    Your brand can bloom with our promotional plants. He's got legs, and he knows how to use them. Well, he's got legs if you want him to have legs and using them means, well, standing on them, because he doesn't walk around or anything. The leg option's entirely up to you on our promotional plants, but if you choose yes on the legs proposition, at ...
    Posted to Your Logo Here (Weblog) on August 18, 2009
  • Handy Guides Can Help Health Literacy

    Our new offerings by The Quick Series® will be a hit with patients. You're in the waiting room with your elderly parent waiting for a medical appointment to begin. You flip through old copies of Newsweek, decide that the chair you're sitting in has no ergonomic value and bask in the fluorescent glow while checking out the plastic plants that ...
    Posted to Your Logo Here (Weblog) on August 14, 2009
  • It’s a Keeper: Portable USB Pens

    These portable USB pens are just the right fit for keeping clients happy. My father complained about his work computer constantly crashing, and his employer devised an elegant solution. They gave him a USB drive where he could keep all of his important stuff. This led to an entire weekend of Dad flashing his new toy at me, and pointing out ...
    Posted to Your Logo Here (Weblog) on August 5, 2009
  • Moving Out Of Your Comfort Zone

    In all new positions you will be asked to do new things.  This is true whether you are doing the same skills or whether you are adding skills you have never done before.  In my lab, I find that the new techs have difficulty remembering how to do the paperwork and the routine chores at our facility.  They work at another facility ...
    Posted to Adventures in Sleep (Weblog) on July 28, 2009
  • Have You Had Any?

    I came to work today thinking it was going to be a normal day.  I got up, dressed, drove my teenager to school because he thinks the bus is evil, and arrived at work.  I currently run a sleep lab and usually work days.  This day just went everywhere in a big hurry.  For one thing it was the day when I was doing my first ...
    Posted to Adventures in Sleep (Weblog) on November 11, 2008