Saturday, August 16, 2008

Michelle Kajan makes The Ad Industry Trade Magazine!

It's a bit surreal to be recognized, so you can imagine how delighted I was to make "THE HOT LIST," a prestigous list of movers and shakers in the Ad Specialty Industry (ASI).

Aside from the recognition, "THE SWAG SUITE BLOG" has been picked up by the ASI-ONLINE Magazine as an industry resource. Professionals in the ASI Industry will have unlimited access and their very own VIP CARD to THE SWAG SUITE for learning purposes. They will be able to reference the fab events I attend and write about for inspiration, trend forcasts and project ideas!

Named to the 2008 Counselor® HOT List
Counselor Magazine Honored Hot People, Trends and Products at ASI Chicago Show
Los Angeles – July 28, 2008

Advertising Specialty Institute®, the largest media and marketing organization serving the $19.6 billion advertising specialty industry, announced today that Michelle Kajan was named to the 2008 Counselor magazine’s first annual HOT List.
Honorees appearing on the Counselor HOT list from ASI were revealed at an exclusive event at the ASI Chicago show, and represent the hottest, hippest and most dynamic people in the industry. “The Counselor HOT list is new this year,” said Timothy M. Andrews, president and chief executive officer for ASI . “The advertising specialty industry is always changing and providing creative, innovative and exciting products and services. These individuals are the industry’s trend-setters and they are being recognized for their ability to be successful by introducing new, fun and innovative things in the marketplace." “Congratulations to the individuals earning spots on Counselor’s HOT list,” said Melinda Ligos, editor in chief and vice president of professional development for ASI. “Each of our honorees have their own unique way of shaking up the industry – whether it’s with cool products, new trends and initiatives or advanced technological approaches to their marketing and services."
8/04/2008
Jack Nadel Blog-Kajan Hotlisted!
http://blog.nadel.com/

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