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PPAMS members remember Richard Mosley
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Richard Mosley, MAS, an industry veteran, passed away in Santa Rosa Beach, Florida, on September 2. He was 68.

Mosley joined the promotional products industry in 1980. His first job in the industry was with Park Industries in Murfreesboro, Tennessee. From there, he moved to Aladdin, now Thermo-Serve, before retiring from Sanders Manufacturing in 2009. Richard made many friends in the industry, including the love of his life, his wife, Carol, who also worked for Park Industries.

When asked about Richard Mosley, everyone mentions his sense of humor, dependability, industry knowledge, and love of the beach. Richard and Carol followed their dream and retired to Florida eight weeks ago. Friends who kept in touch with him and followed him on Facebook know that he was living his dream.

Lisa Parker, MAS, MASI, the president of PPAMS, also worked with Mosley at Sanders Manufacturing. “I am very thankful for the life of Richard Mosley, MAS. He has touched my life in countless ways, as he has so many others,” says Parker. Not only was he my boss and mentor, he was a great friend to me and I will be forever thankful for having the opportunity to know such a wonderful kind man.”

In addition to his wife Carol, he is survived by two stepchildren. Our thoughts go out to Richard’s family and the thousands of friends he has made throughout the years. This is a great loss for them all.

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IMPORTANT PPAMS DATES
Date Event Location
Oct. 7, 2014 Lunch N' Learn Chattanooga, Tenn.
Oct. 8, 2014 Lunch N' Learn Knoxville, Tenn.
Oct. 27, 2014 Lunch N' Learn Jackson, Tenn.
Oct. 28, 2014 Lunch N' Learn Memphis, Tenn.
Feb. 11-12, 2015 PPAMS MidSouth Promo Show Music City Center: Nashville, Tenn.



Today is the last chance for member-only reservations for PPAMS Lunch-N-Learn
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PPAMS is bringing a Lunch-N-Learn to four Tennessee cities next month - Chattanooga, Knoxville, Jackson, and Memphis. Each luncheon will feature up to five supplier presentations — giving you the latest information about new product lines, case studies, and best selling items.

Only 30 seats are available at each luncheon for distributors. As a PPAMS member, we want you and your co-workers to have the first shot at one of these free seats. Use the links below to sign up by Friday, Sept. 12 to attend the luncheon of your choice.

Oct. 7, 2014: Lunch N' Learn, Chattanooga, TN — http://www.eventbrite.com/e/ppams-chattanooga-lunch-n-learn-tickets-12920988023

Oct. 8, 2014: Lunch N' Learn, Knoxville, TN — http://www.eventbrite.com/e/ppams-knoxville-lunch-n-learn-tickets-12921036167

Oct. 27, 2014: Lunch N' Learn, Jackson, TN — https://www.eventbrite.com/e/ppams-jackson-lunch-n-learn-tickets-12839193373

Oct. 28, 2014: Lunch N' Learn, Memphis, TN —https://www.eventbrite.com/e/ppams-memphis-lunch-n-learn-tickets-12920089335


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Showdown Displays named one of the fastest growing private companies in America for the seventh time
Showdown Displays
Showdown Displays, a domestic manufacturer and supplier of portable trade show displays, signage and event marketing products, was recognized as one of this year’s fastest growing private companies in America by Inc. Magazine. This is Showdown’s seventh year receiving this recognition. “We are extremely honored to be named to this year’s Inc. 5000 list,” said John Bruellman, president of Showdown Displays. “I view it as a testament to the dedication of our employees. They are a tremendous group who are truly focused on delivering exceptional customer experiences.”
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If you see something, say something: Even with promo products
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How to measure your social media strategy
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3 reasons promotional products work better than most online advertising
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Automate the retail supply chain: The big picture
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According to a recent e-Marketer study, the global B2C e-commerce market will reach more than $1.5 trillion dollars in 2014, and will exceed $2 trillion by 2018. While this surge in online retail has been a boon for the global economy, many retailers have struggled to meet the demand spurred by today’s connected consumer. E-commerce giants such as Amazon and eBay have created a culture and expectation of instant gratification by offering next-day (and in some cases same-day) delivery to keep customers satisfied.
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Secrets of successful small business owners
Forbes
The Silicon Valley approach for building companies has become the main strategy taught at many business schools. It goes like this: You create a prototype you can quickly test, preferably in the tech industry. You find a group of users and gain proof of concept. You raise capital and scale the business as rapidly as possible. You plan an exit strategy that may include going public or selling to an industry buyer. You shoot for a 10X return to investors. You make a lot of money.
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The 4 P's of global content marketing
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