New Cincinnati Startup Plans to Makeover Marketing
CINCINNATI—As of July 1, landfills across the country can breathe a collective sigh of relief. The Remarkable Marketing Card, a versatile new promotional item, will not be added to the long list of logoed stress balls, toothbrush covers and the like that are given away by the thousands at conventions on Fridays only to be in the trash by Monday mornings.
“It’s been a long time since anyone has improved on the standard promotional item, and I think we’ve done just that, in a big way,” said Victor Imperi, President. “The Remarkable Marketing Card does everything a promotional item should but so many don’t; it’s memorable, it makes it easy to start that first conversation and it helps begin the process of building a new relationship.”
The Remarkable Marketing Card was born after a full-day development at Eureka! Ranch in Newtown, OH, founded by Doug Hall. Based on the projections from Eureka’s proprietary business analysis system, the Remarkable Marketing Card is expected to make a big splash in the promotional and marketing industries.
“Cole and Victor (Imperi) are likely to revolutionize direct mail advertising with the Remarkable Marketing Card because it brings an element of surprise and wit to an otherwise stale form of outreach,” said Maggie Slovonic, Brand Manager, Eureka! Ranch.
The Remarkable Marketing Card stands 4” tall and about 2” wide and has a fully customizable front and back.
“The Remarkable Marketing Card is the most flexible promotional item available today. It could work for any product, business or organization,” said Cole Imperi, Development Director.
To complete the customization of the Remarkable Marketing Card, customers will choose from a diverse list of inserts. A few of these include lip balm, temporary tattoos and freshwater pearls.
“We are constantly looking for new inserts but are careful to avoid any items that are truly devoid of use and are ultimately bound for a junk drawer or garbage can,” said Victor Imperi, “We are already planning for our first major update to the insert list which will include lots of edible items like loose leaf tea and fine Belgian chocolates.”
For more information on the Remarkable Marketing Card, please visit http://www.remarkablemarketingcard.com.
For more on this story, or to contact Victor or Cole Imperi, please use the contact form found on the Remarkable Marketing Card website.
The Remarkable Marketing Card is on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/RMCard
The Remarkable Marketing Card is on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/RemarkableMarketingCard
Cincinnati-based Eureka! Ranch International helps companies improve their innovation success rate and speed to market by a factor of 10 by applying the scientific method to development of measurable smarter tools for accelerating innovation success. Founded in 1986 by Doug Hall, Eureka! Serves Fortune 500 through its corporate consulting group as well as small and mid-sized companies through a network of more than 200 licensed Eureka! Coaches across the USA who are part of the MEP (Manufacturing Extension Partnership). For more information, visit www.eurekaranch.com.
Remarkable Marketing Card
PO Box 42831
Cincinnati, OH 45242-0831
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