Branders.com to sponsor popular memorabilia at Exhibitor Show 2000

Leading online business-to-business (B2B) promotional products source continues tradition of designs by recognized graphic artist Michael Vanderbyl

San Mateo, CA – Feb. 23, 2000 – Branders.com (www.branders.com), the leader in custom-branded promotional products, today signed an agreement with Exhibitor Magazine Group to be an official sponsor of Exhibitor Show 2000 in Las Vegas February 27 – March 2, 2000. Exhibitor Show is America’s leading training conference and exhibition for tradeshow and event marketing professionals.

Under the agreement, Branders.com will sponsor giveaway packages that include custom t-shirts designed by notable graphic artist Michael Vanderbyl. Vanderbyl’s affiliation with Exhibitor Show has been on going since the first Exhibitor Show (1989), and the t-shirts, which feature a different design each year, have become collector’s items.

You might also like : corporate coffee mugs, custom garment bags wholesale, bandana wholesale

In support of their sponsorship and Exhibitor Show presence, Branders.com is offering a “See Before You Buy” promotion for all attendees who register at their booth, #671, or online prior to the event. Registrants have a chance to win a Herman Miller Aeron chair, valued at $1,000 and voted the design of the decade by Business Week magazine and ASDA, or a Sony CD-Walkman system. Branders.com will be registering attendees and demonstrating Branders.com’s intuitive online solution that enables customers to see their logo on a product before they buy it.

“Our sponsorship will provide Exhibitor Show attendees with an outstanding, well-branded product, an example of Branders.com’s dedication to serving the trade show and event planners,” said Ms. Dale Veno, Branders.com vice president of sales and marketing.

“We’re excited to have Branders.com as one of our sponsors for Exhibitor Show,” said Dee Silfies, president of Exhibitor Magazine Group, producer of Exhibitor Show. “This sponsorship is a great strategic partnership, the Vanderbyl designs are integral graphic elements of our Exhibitor Show brand and Branders.com are experts in custom-branding promotional products.”

About Exhibitor Show 2000

Exhibitor Show 2000 will be held at The Venetian Hotel, in Las Vegas, February 27 through March 2, 2000. Now in its 12th year, Exhibitor Show is America’s leading training conference and exhibition for trade show and event marketing professionals. Exhibitor Show is produced and sponsored by Exhibitor Magazine Group, Rochester, MN. For more information, including online registration, visit www.exhibitornet.com or call 1-800-752-6312.

Other products we also recommend : personalized garment bags, coasters for drinks

About Branders.com

Branders.com is the leading online “See Before You Buy” provider of custom-branded promotional products. Branders.com allows companies to interactively find, brand and buy promotional products online, with the immediate ability to see a logo or artwork in 3-D on a product. The company offers thousands of products online, including exclusive brands, from over 40 major suppliers.

Branders.com’s site is the only online promotional product site that works across all platforms with universal functionality, including Windows and Macintosh, and internet Explorer and Netscape.

Branders.com helps corporations with their enterprise-wide Identity Management and instant promotional product selection and customization via the company’s proprietary online technology and capabilities.

Branders.com is also the only company to have such technological innovations as: PhotoSample technology, Product Finder, IdeaEngine, Secure Project Folders, and Instant Quotes.

Branders.com is headquartered in San Mateo, California, with offices in Chicago, Los Angeles and Boston. The company’s investors include: ABS Ventures, Altos Ventures, Discovery Ventures, Doll Capital and Menlo Ventures. Additional information can be obtained via the company’s web site at www.branders.com or by calling 1-877-BRANDERS.

Share this page
facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmailfacebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmail