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the promotional product challenge  

Trident Corporate Services, Inc. had a global sales meeting and they were looking for a promotional item that fit with their "global" theme as well as their budget. The item was going to be given out to all the financial advisors from around the world so they wanted a nice quality piece that they would keep and use frequently.

the Pinnacle Perfect SolutionPinnacle Ideakit™  

We provided an IdeaKit™ with product suggestions that fit their global/world theme as well as their budget of $5-$7. The client like the It's a Small World Keyholder and we provided a spec sample of the product with their logo for them to review. The client was extremely impressed with the price, quality, and imprint of this product and decided to purchase. The sales reps at the global meeting loved their keychains and appreciated a quality gift they were able to use.



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