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Entries by Paul Strack
After months and months of scrambling to find masks, hand sanitizer and other PPE, we are downright giddy to be finally offering our clients more traditional promotional products again!
While Little Rock has a number of beautiful murals, downtown’s newest installment is surely our favorite! Titled “Everyone’s Neighborhood,” the striking installation located at 321 Scott St. was designed by none other than our own graphic designer & wide format specialist, Josh Coker.
This month, our Office Manager, Customer Service Manager, A/R & A/P manager and all-around Doer-of-Anything-Else-That Needs-To -Get-Done are all retiring. On the same day!
On May 6, the Little Rock Regional Chamber selected us as the Small Business of the Year in their annual Small Business Impact Awards. This award recognizes a small business within the Little Rock region that exemplifies both business and civic leadership. Community involvement, management practices and overall financial performance are the primary criteria for this category.
Impossible Paper is the next phase in a continuing line of cutting-edge programs introduced by CustomXM. Available now!
Which of the following, after being opened, has the longer shelf-life: Bread, fresh shrimp, email, milk, or direct mail? According to a report by RetailWire, Direct Mail is the leader, with an average shelf-life of 17 days.
A case study of a sweet solution for the Arkansas Preservation Awards, in a time of social distance and zoom meetings!
We have become too familiar with Zoom (and other remote) meetings. These are functional. They can be efficient. And often, they are practical. But are they engaging?
Winter break for college students is normally a lengthy vacation. I recall I always enjoyed the downtime, the home cooked meals, and the holiday. But I fondly remember that when it was time to start the spring semester, I was more than ready to return to campus. But when you add to that break, a pandemic that includes remote classes that began weeks or months before the Holiday break, the time away from campus can seem like an eternity.