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April 27, 2013 – mlive.com
March 05, 2013 – mlive.com
February 20, 2013 – Fibre Box Association
December 30, 2012 – mlive.com
September 27, 2012 â€” PRweb
Landaal Provides Polystyrene Replacement Green Cell FoamÂ® Thermal Shippers To Wisconsin-Based Tropical Traditions
July 31, 2012 â€” Corrugated Today
One to One with Steve Landaal
July 20, 2012 mlive.com
Flint offices part of five years of changes for Landaal Packaging Systems
July 17, 2012 â€” mlive.com
Top executives share their stories with Young Professionals
June 22, 2012 â€” ABC12
Senator Debbie Stabenow visits Burton bio-based manufacturing company.
June 19, 2012 â€” mlive.com
Landaal Packaging relocating design team, opening new ‘innovation center’ in downtown Flint
June 19, 2012 â€” ABC12
Landaal Packaging moving to downtown Flint.
June 19, 2012 â€” GRCC
Landaal Packaging Systems Opens Innovation Center Downtown Flint.
Feb. 22, 2012 â€” ICPF
Landaal Packaging’s Ann Recke featured at International Corrugated Packaging Foundation’s 13th Annual Careers in Corrugated.
Jan. 4, 2012 â€”PRWeb.com
Landaal Packaging Systems and The BoxMaker Inc. Align to Bring Patented POPTECH Displays to the Pacific Northwest.
November 9, 2011 â€” PRLog.org
Steve Landaal, President, Landaal Packaging Systems Speaks at Stetson University
Point of Purchase Displays – Proper Placement is Key To Your Marketing Success
A few years back there was a country music song by the name of â€śWhat was I thinking?â€ť As I review many of the Point of Purchase displays in the market today, I often wonder if some of the marketing group members who input these programs ever utter those same words.
Donâ€™t get me wrong, I truly believe that the mass majority of the marketing and creative teams behind many of the point of purchase display programs have great intentions and a strong desire to put their products in a position to sell more volume. The trouble, or maybe confusion would be a better word, is that sometimes they really do not have a good feel for how the product is going to be displayed within their own retail outlets.
A good example is a recent full size graphic corrugated marketing sign that I came across at my regional chain grocery store. This was a nice piece. It was purchased by the grocer and was used to promote a particular convenience that the store offered. The standee itself stood six foot in height and was close to forty-eight inches in width. The marketing team went the extra mile with the display as it had two full graphic sides representing the message with a custom multi-sided easel. Again, it was impressive.