Forget September because United Consortium declares this month, ‘JO Month’. That’s right retailers, United Consortium says that the month of September will be a month-long celebration commemorating the company’s fifteenth anniversary. To commemorate the occasion, United Consortium’s award winning System JO collection launches their 15 Years of the ‘JO Display Contest’.

“We’re really looking forward to seeing everyone’s creativity,” said System JO National Sales Director Brian Woolard. “This is a big milestone, and we’re so happy to celebrate with all of our industry friends.” said Woolard.

Throughout JO Month, retailers worldwide are encouraged to create a unique display of System JO products. To help inspire creativity, the company is supplying a kit of decorative materials including JO branded balloons, banners, buttons, and confetti.

The free kits of decorative materials are available for a limited time through System JO distributors. They can be requested individually or as part of orders of the recently introduced Anniversary Couples Kit, a limited edition collection that includes six of the brand’s best selling items: The kit is packaged in a specially labeled bag featuring System JO’s new 15th Anniversary logo.

Retailers participating in the display contest can submit photos of their displays, then at the end of the month, winning stores in each region will receive Apple iWatches for all staff members.

United Consortium is working closely with its preferred partners to manage the distribution of the kits and collateral. These kits are available in limited quantities, so retailers are urged to order their supply as soon as possible.

The company has also launched a dedicated website SystemJO/15Years, where retailers can get additional information, download marketing collateral, and submit their images for the gallery.

Retailers if you are interested, contact an authorized distributor of System JO; ECN | EroPartner | Nalpac | National/Universal | Williams Trading Co.

You can also EMAIL System JO via United Consortium.

Article by: Jack MacNamara, Staff Writer

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