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|Thursday, March 01, 2012|
As you probably know by now, The Vernon Company is a national leader in the promotional products industry with annual sales of over $60 million. We are a family owned business, led by the fourth generation of the Vernon family.
The doors are open to Vernon's NEW Office location. It is located at:
Working out of this office will be Stacy Barna, Brad Boyer and Katie Loomis.
We are very excited to add Stacy, Brad and Katie to our family. They are dedicated industry professionals who know what they are doing. More importantly they know and understand their customer's needs.
Check out their new websites where you can shop for products and let them know what you like....
This is more important today than ever before. Understanding what their client wants and needs, as well as their budget range, target group and in hands date is a must!
This is the experience that this group brings to your table! Combined with The Vernon Company and their 109 years of experience and massive pruchasing power you will have a winning combination when you choose to work with us.
Thank you for your loyalty to our new sales team in Oregon. It is very much appreciated!
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