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Promotion In Motion Named One of New Jersey's Top 100

August 24, 2011
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The Promotion In Motion Companies, Inc. (PIM), known for manufacturing and marketing candies such as Welch’s Fruit Snacks and Juicefuls Juice-Filled Fruit Snacks, clearly is experiencing New Jersey’s famous “Liberty and Prosperity” state motto.

The company has been named one of the state’s Top 100 Privately Held Companies by NJ Biz magazine; the rankings are based upon estimated annual revenue.

“At Promotion In Motion, our slogan is ‘We Make the Brands You Love,’ and the prestigious ranking by NJ Biz proves that consumers do love our products,” says Michael G. Rosenberg, founder, president and ceo of the company.

PIM is one of North America’s premier makers of popular brand-name confections, fruit snacks and other snack food products and is also ranked as one of Candy Industry’s Top 100 global candy companies.

Founded in 1980 by Rosenberg, PIM has become one of the largest privately owned employers in New Jersey.

The company has achieved continuous double-digit growth in a competitive industry, vying for share against consumer giants such as Kellogg’s, General Mills, Hershey, Nestle, Kraft and others.The company is currently in the midst of a major expansion of its sprawling, 17-acre Somerset manufacturing complex, and is adding many new jobs despite the tepid economy.

PIM’s leading brands include Welch’s Fruit Snacks, Juicefuls Juice-Filled Fruit Snacks, Sun Maid Milk Chocolate Raisins, My M&M’S Brand Chocolate Candies, Fisher Milk Chocolate Peanuts, Tuxedos Chocolate Almonds, Sour Jacks Sour Candies, Fruit Rollers Wind-Em-Ups Brand Fruit Roll-Ups, among others.

For more information, visit http://promotioninmotion.com/.

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