Summer Souvenir Sellers

Summer Souvenirs

The summer season means vacations, traveling, and family outings. For retailers, a shift in consumers means a shift in sales strategy.

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QuickChess Celebrates 25th Anniversary

Quick Chess

QuickChess was first introduced at the 1992 NY Toy Fair at the Javits Center.

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General Merchandise Galore at C&R Discount


C&R Discount has been supplying gift, event, tourist, novelty, and general merchandise retailers with budget-friendly products since 1981.

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Trending Products for 2017

Trending Products

Retail sales are expected to grow 3.4% in 2017. Many sellers and shoppers alike are optimistic that 2017 will breathe change and new life into our industry.

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DM Merchandising Presents FITKICKS

DM merch

“We have a storyteller’s philosophy,” says John Mauck of DM Merchandising.

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Onward and Upward with Kalan LP


Kalan LP is a family-owned and operated business. Their mission is to bring cutting edge ideas and designs to the souvenir, gift, and novelty markets.

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No More Missing Socks with Loc-A-Sok

sock lock

Each person loses an average of 1.3 socks per month, adding up to 15 socks per year and 1,264 socks over a lifetime.

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Ridgeway: Custom American Novelties

bear knife stand by Ridgeway

Ridgeway has supplied unique, American-themed goods to retailers for over thirty years. Based out of Montana, Ridgeway offers raccoon fur hats, hunting and collectible knives, headwear, personalized t-shirts, leather goods, laser jewelry, antler products, sand-carved glassware and many other collectibles and novelties.

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Reach Further with a Wholesale Selfie Stick

Selfie Sticks

Selfie Sticks, which have been a global phenomenon, have begun to win over American consumers, largely due to the success of

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Safari Ltd. Miniatures Bring Ideas to Life

Wholesale Toys from Safari Ltd.

Safari Ltd., maker of miniature figures, releases around 70 new figures a year and offers more than a thousand in all. Where in the world do they come up with all those ideas? “We get many suggestions from letters and emails,” says Matthew Mullan, social media specialist. “People comment on Facebook and Instagram. You name it.”

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