SOURCE: Choice Promotional Group, Inc.

January 15, 2008 17:05 ET

Choice Promotional Group Gives Back to the Community!

KING OF PRUSSIA, PA--(Marketwire - January 15, 2008) - Less than three months ago, Choice Promotional Group, Inc. (CPG) announced its new event marketing program. They teamed up with local businesses, colleges, and hospitals in order to bring its incentive-based promotions to a larger audience.

"On site, our representatives are now able to offer our sports tickets, vacations, free dinners at restaurants, and even spa promotions to the person who is constantly on the go. It's amazing how happy people were during the work day to see our promotions. Not only did it give them a nice break from their busy day, but it made shopping before the holidays a lot less stressful," said Allison Crea, one of the managers at CPG.

The women at these events were also pleased to find a familiar line of high-end cosmetics at their hands. Choice Promotional Group has also brought their cosmetics division into the event marketing; women now don't ever have to deal with the hustle and bustle of a congested department store ever again. CPG is launching all the newest cosmetics products before they even hit the stores.

"The direction that our company is headed is unbelievable. It used to be just sports, golf, and restaurants that we dealt with, but now there is something for everyone with the spas and makeup," says Josh Woodford. "We used to have to go out and find customers, but now we don't. They invite us to their schools and places of work because they love what we have to offer."

Not only has Choice Promotional Group begun to do the event marketing, but they are now giving back to the community. Many of its programs are geared to donate portions of the proceeds to both local and national charities. The already great promotions that CPG offers are now doing more than just helping people save money; they are doing more than generating foot-traffic for businesses; they are doing more than accelerating the careers of young entrepreneurs; they are helping those in need. From drug abuse prevention in schools to aiding children with facial deformities, CPG has become a staple partner for these charities.

"We are excited about 2008 and the opportunities that these new divisions have brought to our company and to others. The more divisions and programs that we can get into, the more growth there is for those working hard to make our programs successful. Who doesn't want growth?" asks Woodford.

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