Pet Product News International Announces Inventory Essentials 2012 Call-Out
Pet Product News International announced a call-out for their Inventory Essentials 2012. In order to have a new product or product line showcased in the January 2012 issue, all submissions must be made by Monday, November 7, 2011.
Pet Product News is an industry newspaper available in both print and digital that provides the latest pet product news, trends and events, new product information, and the latest updates.
Interested parties may send one submission per eligible product category. Each submission must include a press release and image in an e-mail for each category the entrant wishes to be considered.
Press releases must contain a 100- to 150-word product description along with company name, product name, publishable phone number and website. In addition, the contact information for submitting party (name/phone number) must be provided.
Product images must be high-resolution and in tif, pdf or eps formatting. High-resolution is defined as 3x5 and 300 dpi.
Along with above-stated materials, entrants must provide package/item dimensions (LxWxH) and the product’s display parameters, e.g., shelf, hook, bin or freestanding. Entrants should reveal if a POP display is available for the featured product and include a high-resolution photo of the POP.
Materials are to be emailed to email@example.com. The subject line must read Inventory Essentials 2012. If this information is not listed in the subject line, the submission will not be up for consideration.
Categories may change, but as of press time include: aquatic products; avian products; cat and dog treats; cat litter, litterboxes, and accessories; cleaning and odor control products; consumer grooming supplies; dog and cat food; dog collars and leashes; fish food; flea and tick control products; healthcare safety products; herp products; homecare products; ID products; pet apparel; pet beds; pet dental products; pet supplements; pet travel products; pet toys; professional grooming supplies; puppy products and training aids; and small mammal products.
More information may be found by visiting www.petproductnews.com.
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