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Bringing bright minds together in Promotional Products education and mentorship.
Bringing bright minds together in Promotional Products education and mentorship.

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We have a great topic for a brand new Salt & Pepper - Marijuana! We want your input. Let us know YOUR thoughts. http://www.promokitchen.org/blog/salt-pepper-august-2017 #marijuana #promoproducts
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PromoKitchen Chef Bill Petrie says you should embrace Plaid. What do you think? https://www.promocorner.com/identity-marketing/Embracing-Plaid?i=1427
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The best suppliers are "invested" in their relationships. Are you settling for "involved?" Read the newest blog post by Chef Bill Petrie about Choosing Investments. https://www.promocorner.com/identity-marketing/Choosing-Investments?i=1425
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Choosing Investments
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Be sure to carve out about 11 minutes to check out Delivering Marketing Joy as Chef Kirby Hasseman talks with Brett Schaffer. http://ow.ly/fWgP30dKFR3
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Mentorship may be the answer to advancing your career to the next level. LinkedIn sees the value in it, and so do we at PromoKitchen. If you're interested in being a mentor for our industry or you want a mentor, please let us know here: http://www.promokitchen.org/mentorship-1/
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Kirby Hasseman talks with Sam Kabert about content and building a brand as a Millennial on Delivering Marketing Joy. https://www.promocorner.com/identity-marketing/Sam-Kabert-on-Content-and-Building-a-Brand-as-a-Millennial?i=1397
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The desire for perfection can NOT be an excuse for procrastination. Here's Chef Bill Petrie's take on perfection as a roadblock to progress. https://www.promocorner.com/identity-marketing/Perfection-as-a-Disguise?i=1399
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"If it does not challenge you, it will not change you."
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Why do you think this is? "...consumers will spend more on an “inferior” product from a brand that prioritizes customer service." http://commitagency.com/experiences/customer-experience-prevails/
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