Corvest: Promotional Products Could Make Difference in Fight for Minority Voters

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Corvest: Promotional Products Could Make Difference in Fight for Minority Voters











Largo, FL (PRWEB) August 2, 2008

Corvest, a top-20 promotional products supplier and parent company of Adva-Lite, Toppers and It’s All Greek To Me, is encouraging trade groups and civil rights organizations to utilize promotional products in supporting their endorsed candidates. Corvest is currently offering savings of up to 30% off, as well as free one-color setup, on a number of the company’s best-selling political promoters. Organizations wishing to take advantage of the company’s promotion can download an easy to use fax order form by clicking here or product is available for purchase by clicking here.

According to Samuel F. Rossa, President and CEO of Corvest, “This year’s presidential election has generated a record number of voter registrations from minority groups. Some speculators have suggested, however, that with Obama being the first black presidential nominee, McCain could stand to lose a number of minority votes. By utilizing promotional products, companies and organizations supporting either McCain or Obama can keep their chosen candidate’s message and likelihood fresh in the minds of their employees, customers or members.”

Just because minority voters are responding to Obama on the campaign trail, however, it doesn’t necessarily secure their vote come November. Rossa adds, “It’s unfortunate that minority voters have a reputation for not turning out at the polls. It’s so important–this year, more than ever–for everyone, including minorities, to get out and vote. Corvest’s promotional products are an excellent way to reinforce a candidate’s message and for encouraging people to vote.”

With a barrage of bumper stickers, pins, yard signs and other traditional political promoters saturating the market, Corvest’s selection of promotional items lends practicality to the campaign trail. By using decorated key-ring lites, personalized pens, branded drinkware and embroidered bags to promote a candidate, supporters are more likely to take a candidate’s message to the workplace, to restaurants and to other places yard signs aren’t able to reach.

Corvest is a Counselor Top 40 Supplier, holding the number 18 position. It’s All Greek To Me won the 2008 Distributor Choice Award for Supplier of the Year: Toys, while Adva-Lite received the award for Supplier of the Year: Flashlights.

About Corvest

Award-winning, multi-million dollar promotional products supplier Corvest SPV, LLC, located in beautiful, sunny central Florida, owns and operates three highly successful operating units – Adva-Lite, Toppers and It’s All Greek To Me. Each unit has been in operation for nearly 50 years, and the company as a whole employs over 400 talented associates in the brand new, state-of-the-art, 300-thousand square foot facility. Owned by one of the world’s leading private investment firms, Corvest remains a top 20 wholesale supplier for the promotional product industry. For more information, please visit http://www.corvest.com, http://www.toppersllc.com , http://www.advalite.com, or http://www.iagtm.com.

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