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C. Sanders Emblems, the San Fernando-based advertising specialty company, is pleased to announce that the promotional-product industry magazine PPB has named C. Sanders Emblems President Penny Ledbetter one of the industry’s best bosses of 2017.
The announcement comes as C. Sanders Emblems marks 60 years in business as one of the nation’s largest sellers of custom-made lapel pins. Ms. Ledbetter bought the company in 2007.
“It’s a tremendous honor, not to mention a surprise, and I’m especially excited about the publicity this award will bring to the company as a whole,” Ledbetter said. “I’m grateful to my employees for their hard work and support, and I’m all the more energized to make big things happen for a truly wonderful company.”
PPB has issued its annual list of managerial standouts each year since 2010. This year, the editors received over 90 reader nominations and selected 14 individuals for the distinction based on their “ability to create a great work environment, manage by empowerment, mentor their employees and make coming to work a joy.”
PPB is published monthly by Promotional Products Association International, a nonprofit organization representing over 10,000 member companies. The magazine’s 2017 Best Bosses list will be published in its forthcoming October issue.
C. Sanders Emblems, L.P. is a supplier of promotional products specializing in custom lapel pins and other unique fashion accessories. Founded in 1957 by designer Charles Sanders, the company today serves a diverse client base of schools, fraternal organizations, sports associations, charities and individuals with ideas worth wearing. For more information, visit www.csanders.net.
The promotional products industry is often fraught with frustration, anxiety and sometimes rude behavior that leads to division between suppliers (such as myself) and distributors. There is no doubt that our competitive business is fertile ground for highly charged emotions on both sides. Instead of partners and collaborators, we often become the “other”—or the enemy, [...]
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We'd like to thank all of our armed service men and women as we move towards the 4th of July holiday weekend. Ken Kraft is a retired US Army Captain and Multnomah County Senior Corrections Deputy Sheriff. Ken currently serves as the National Military Services Director for Oregon and works closely with National Guard, Reserve and Active Component [...]
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We wish you a safe, healthy, and happy Holiday Season celebrating all that is good!
We got into the holiday spirit by making "Ugly Sweater" cookies at the office last week! They were good!If you'd like to share some of your holiday favorites with those in need this holiday season, you can! Check out this site: Drop In & Decorate to learn how to give your holiday cookies to a local homeless shelter.
Roman the Dog has quite a story. We wanted to honor him and his handler, Ellen, in our holiday newsletter. Roman has helped many American Veterans via the Elks with his kind spirit and loving presence. He has three legs and is just the sweetest dog around. Roman is currently undergoing chemotherapy, so we are all keeping [...]