Writing Instruments continue to be a top selling product category. According to PPAI’s 2012 Sales by Product Category, Writing Instruments are #3 behind Wearables (always #1) and Bags. In the US, Writing Instruments are the most commonly owned promotional product and are used most often – over 18 times per month! As simple as they … Continue reading Writing Instruments & Ink Trends
CLEARWATER, FLORIDA (August 6, 2013) – Norwood & BIC Graphic North America is pleased to announce the addition of the iconicKOOZIE® Can Kooler to britePix™ products by Norwood. Norwood’s number one seller is now available with vibrant full color! Perfectly timed for Fall promotions, the #45081 Collapsible KOOZIE® Can Kooler and #45823 Collapsible Eco KOOZIE® Can Kooler are now available in … Continue reading Norwood & BIC Graphic Introduces britePix(TM) Koozie(R) Can Koolers!
CLEARWATER, FLORIDA (September 13, 2010) – Lori Bauer, Trade Marketing Director for Norwood & BIC Graphic North America, was recognized by Promotional Products Business (PPB) magazine, as a 2010 PPB Rising Star at PPAI’s North American Leadership Conference in St. Louis, Missouri, August 29-31. PPB is the monthly flagship publication of Promotional Products Association International, … Continue reading LORI BAUER RECOGNIZED AS RISING STAR BY PPB MAGAZINE
Don't forget! Norwood is offering you many of your favorite products on sale through 12/31/10, including best selling items like our Budget Mug, Business Card Magnet and several writing instruments! Click here for our C3 promotional flyers, or simply browse through http://www.norwoood.com. Wondering what's in store for the holidays? We've compiled proven best sellers and gift-giving … Continue reading Don’t forget about C3 Specials – and a few other reminders!
As a fairly new golfer, I'm fascinated by the game, the techniques and the technology. I was thinking about golf balls as blog topic and started to wonder about the dimples. Ever wonder why there are little dimples on a golf ball? The fact is, a perfectly smooth golf ball with no dimples would travel … Continue reading Lift, Drag and Dimples – the rudimentary aerodynamics of a golf ball.