Organics Unlimited Unveils Retailer Sales Support Kit
San Diego, CA (Jan. 30, 2013) — Moving forward into the New Year, Organics Unlimited has announced the development of their new Sales Support Kit, which will launch within the first quarter. Included will be a Five Points to Drive Sales plan, up-to-date point-of-purchase materials, successful tips on how to use these materials, and much more.
“The goal is to continue our commitment with our customers by providing all of the tools necessary to drive product and increase sales in one simple package,” states President and Co-Founder of Organics Unlimited, Mayra Velazquez de Leon. “The Sales Support Kit is our way of helping our customers move more product, more effectively.”
The Sales Support Kit is part of a new campaign focus for 2013 that will strengthen relationships to ensure customers they are given the support they are guaranteed when choosing Organics Unlimited.
“We’ve developed the Sales Support Kit to show our appreciation of the loyalty and feedback we have been given from our customers,” Velazquez de Leon continues. “And we will continue to make Organics Unlimited the best possible brand experience in the market.”
Ongoing updates will be announced through Organic Odes, the official blog of Organics Unlimited. Retailers interested in getting a head start on their marketing efforts this year can download Organics Unlimited POP materials for free or purchase them for print at the new online POP store. (A sales representative must be contacted for login and password details.)
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