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Status: Member since September 24, 2010
Location: United States of America
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TRCB - Member Profile - Lee Eldridge

Lee Eldridge has been involved in marketing for more than 20 years. He's the co-owner of the customizable promotional items company Snap Promotions out of Lawrence, Kansas. As a personalized marketing products specialist Eldridge is known as an innovative leader within the promotional products industry. Lee writes for his company's blog as well as his new blog Love Promos.

The Chiefs were the best rushing offense in football, but to make a run in the playoffs, the Chiefs need to find better offensive balance.
While the Chiefs were better defensively in 2010, they must still improve in 2011 to make a run in the playoffs.
The CBO projects that our budget deficit will reach almost $1.5 trillion this year. How did we get here? A look at three groups that have controlled Congress.
Much like consumers over using credit cards, the federal government spends more than it takes in, creating yearly budget deficits. It's time for a balanced budget amendment.
When designing your company logo, printability of your logo is incredibly important. Here are five keys for developing a logo that will print well with all applications.
Sometimes it's the little things that can improve our lives. Here are ten great tips for improving your life, saving money and helping the environment.
Business despise uncertainty, and have been faced with nothing but uncertainty for the last two years. Recent changes in Washington will be viewed by the business community favorably, and will help to get us rolling in the right direction.
In Kansas City, the Chiefs fan grow restless with the play of quarterback Matt Cassel. But offensive coordinator Charlie Weis has a plan to fix the quarterback.
Three words that carry a lot of weight. Redistribution of wealth. While it's an important component of our country's view on taxation, it should not be used like a political club to create social justice.
There are thousands of promotional products available at virtually every price point imaginable. So where do you start? How about leaning on somebody else's brand to help build your own brand awareness. Utilize trusted brands such as 3M, Camelbak, Swiss Army, Fossil and M&Ms to help you promote your own organization.
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