Archive for August, 2012
It is always great when I’m out and happen to notice a C-Line product being used. Noticing how different individuals and companies use our products is always great to see first-hand.
While on vacation recently, I went to the grocery store to pick-up a few items that we were short on. Since the store was not familiar to me, I asked an employee for help locating a particular item. They immediately led me over to the end of an aisle and grabbed a store map for me so I could acquaint myself with the layout of the store.
Typically, we try to send our Sales staff to trade shows with a binder full of material related to specific products C-Line is showing, pricing information and order forms. In the past, we have used a variety of our products to keep the binder organized in addition to easily demonstrating the products, while they are actually being used.
This year of trade shows have been no different, except that we have added an additional feature to the trade show binders.
Laminating important documents or certificates is a great way to store new items, while giving them an instant professional appearance. C-Line has several at-home laminating products that allow you to protect documents without heat or special equipment.
The laminating film has allowed me to create my own bookmarks, calendars and even recipe cards. However, I recently stumbled across a new way to use the laminating sheets that allows me to stay even more organized at the office.
While being organized may not be important to everyone, personally, I try to keep order at home and at the office. Whether it is ensuring that specific information is securely stored or using files to sort bills and other documents, I try to make sure that everything has a specific place, making it easy to locate whenever I need to reference it.
The car, however, is one place that I find very difficult to store anything in, let alone keep it somewhat organized. Typically, in the majority of cars, there are two places to store items; the glove compartment and the center console.