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Special Guest Hank Yuloff

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For 10 years, Hank Yuloff worked for a company which he described as having no human soul. It bothered him so much that when he opened his own promotional product company, Promotionally Minded, he set out to make sure his company was a good corporate citizen. Fourteen years later, Yuloff is proud that over 12% of his corporate sales and time go towards helping his large client roster of non-profits carry out their mission.   For many years, Yuloff volunteered as marketing advisor to the International Child Abuse Network (www.yesICAN.org), helping them eliminate child-abuse.  In 2010, he was chosen by the San Fernando Valley’s United Chambers of Commerce as the recipient of the Tami Ginsburg Celebration of Service Award.  He has also been awarded Member of the Year by two local Chambers of Commerce.
        Yuloff has also actively served his neighborhood, serving on his local Neighborhood Council for 6 years and was cited as the one person most instrumental in getting the organization chartered by the City of Los Angeles. He is a past member of the Jewish Federation’s New Leaders Project and currently serves on the Encino Chamber of Commerce and the Saint Cyril School boards of directors.  He has also been trained as a City of Los Angeles CERT volunteer.  
        Within the promotional product industry, he is an acknowledged leader, serving on the board of the Specialty Advertising Association of California (SAAC) from 2001 to 2007 and as its president in 2005.  His client list has included such companies as Walt Disney, AFLAC, and Kaiser Permanente.
        Hank says the reason most of his business clients call him is his ability to help them show appreciation to current clients while targeting acquiring new business.
 

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