With the 2009 World Series starting Wednesday night, Toshiba did its part to rally the New York Yankees with its Times Square Toshiba Vision sign.
Distributor M. Rothman hosted hundreds of retailer and vendor partners at its Dealer Appreciation Day at Yankee Stadium.
Distributor M. Rothman hosted hundreds of retailer and vendor partners at its Dealer Appreciation Day at Yankee Stadium. Here are some highlights of the show floor and around the stadium, of which guests received a tour.
Hop-on Inc. announced Tuesday the launch of their new disposable phone, in conjunction with Major League Baseball’s 79th All-Star Game. The HOP1800, the world’s first disposable and recyclable phone, will be distributed to the media, players and the Yankee Stadium crowd during this year’s MLB All-Star week events in New York. The HOP1800, which the company bills as the “anti-iPhone,” is a $10 GSM phone with a talk time of up to five hours and standby of 150 hours. The phone comes in either Dual Band 850/1900 or 900/1800 AMR band. In addition, to promote recycling of the device, Hop-on offers a five