wELCOME TO trasa
YOUR LOCAL REGIONAL ASSOCIATION SUPPORTING THE PROMOTIONAL PRODUCTS INDUSTRY IN WESTERN PA AND NORTHERN WV
WE INVITE YOU TO
2021 TRASA Shows
For 2020 TRASA Newsletters
Upcoming Webinars for TRASA Members
Have lunch with us and learn!
Join us for free regional webinars at your desk from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m.
(Registration requires membership log in)
Watch the regional webinars and receive PPAI credit on your transcript towards your TAS, CAS, or MAS!
For the complete listing of current and past webinars click here
Tom Clouser, MAS, National Account Manager, BEL Promo
While BEL Promo has had its struggles in the past, in the past several years, we have reinvented ourselves as a Premier supplier in the industry. We offer 12-piece minimums, one of the lowest in the industry if not the lowest, simplified pricing, one set-up charge regardless of the decoration method or number of colors and a patented full color decorating method. With the addition of the multi-line rep group Brooks & Brooks, new ownership and a new story to tell, we are a secret weapon for distributors.
Why is your company a TRASA member?
Being a member of TRASA gives us the exposure to true promotional products professionals in our industry. In my opinion, TRASA is one of the top regional associations in the industry. They give us the access to information and education for not only our regional but the industry in general.
How has TRASA helped your business?
The shows, education, social events and networking opportunities allow us to develop true and valued partnerships with our customers which is what we at BEL Promo are all about.
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TRASA partners with the Education Partnership in Pittsburgh, PA to help underprivileged school-age students in Western PA who need school supplies.
"Every crayon, notebook and eraser Counts"
Click here to donate and for further information
Seeking Supplier Sponsors
Currently on hold: TRASA will be seeking suppliers to sponsor Business Builder Breakfasts for 2021 in Pittsburgh, Altoona, western Harrisburg and Erie.