Safari Ltd. is excited for the summer season for many good reasons.
Gifts and Souvenirs
For the last 14 years, JB Outman Distributing has been a suppler of premium cutlery and outdoor gear to the wholesale market.
The year of 2015 will be an unforgettable one when it comes to movie releases.
For Vanessa Davis, owner of Trail Dog Outfitters, being a business owner was never about money, but about helping her four-legged family member.
As the name implies, if you can “vision it,” chances are Just Vision It can create it. Just Vision specializes in custom sublimated products.
Medallion Vending Fun makes an offer that’s hard to refuse: destinations like zoos, museums, and aquariums that are interested in its program need make no up-front investment to start carrying its products.
Spend a little time talking to Gerry Casey, general manager of Bishop & Sons, and you’ll never think the same way about keytags again.
Rhode Island Novelty is a national distributor dedicated to making your zoo, aquarium, or resort gift shop a success. The company is a, “one stop shop,” says Jeff Shaughnessy, with everything a gift or souvenir shop would need to create a product lineup perfectly suited to customers.
Stockwell Greetings wants to make it easy to run a comprehensive, profitable greeting card department. The company has spent 20 years perfecting its support for retailers of all sizes, to help them design their greeting card section, maintain inventory, and choose cards that match their demographics. “The ideal retailer for Stockwell’s card programs is any retail venue or organization that would like to offer greeting cards as either a valued social expression for its customers, or as an alternative to a gift,” says Howard Goldsmith, Director of Business Development. “By offering greeting cards, the retailer provides a convenience and added value for its customers.”
Kerusso Apparel & Gifts has been a leading wholesaler of Christian and inspirational products since 1987. “We look at what is trending, and we develop fun products and apparel around those themes,” explains Jason Anzalone, director of Marketing. “We believe camo and southwestern styles will be popular this year. The zebra design has been very strong for several seasons, and we expect that to continue as well.”