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Allison Thompson

Allison Thompson
Allison is a member of SyncShow’s marketing team, helping to advance its brand in the marketplace. Prior to moving to her role as Marketing Coordinator, Allison was hired as a Content Marketing Specialist working on various client accounts. Allison also works closely with SyncShow’s sales team, helping to ensure a positive client experience from initial contact with SyncShow prospects and customers.

Recent Posts

Driving Growth Through Inbound Marketing

Posted by Allison Thompson on Tue, Jul 02, 2019 @ 12:48

Our Client 

Conveyer & Caster – Equipment for Industry is a third-generation, family-owned, solution-driven material handling distributor based in Northeast Ohio. Founded in 1961, they have a clear and simple mission—providing storage and handling solutions that improve material flow for their customers. Since their founding, Conveyer & Caster has grown to nearly 50 employees, including 17 outside salespeople.

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SyncShow Helps Seaman Corporation Reach $100 Million Goal in FiberTite® Sales

Posted by Allison Thompson on Fri, Mar 01, 2019 @ 09:30

Since 1979, FiberTite roofing membranes have demonstrated an unmatched resistance to punctures, tears, UV rays and chemicals when used on a variety of commercial facilities.

Manufactured by Seaman Corporation in Wooster, Ohio, FiberTite membranes come in 36 mil, 45 mil and 60 mil weights, and the company offers a full line of adhesives, components and accessories for diverse installations. Seaman Corporation's FiberTite roofing membranes use proprietary formulations to create unmatched quality in the industry. From weaving its own fabric to coating and finishing with patented processes, Seaman Corporation controls product quality during every step.

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8 Ways Transportation Companies Can Improve Customer Experience

Posted by Allison Thompson on Tue, Oct 30, 2018 @ 03:30

Customer experience (CX) can be defined as any interaction that your organization has with your customer, and it’s becoming top of mind within the C-suite at most businesses. In fact, Walker Information states that customer experience will overtake price and product as key brand differentiators by 2020 and according to Capgemini, 80% of consumers are willing to pay more for a better customer experience.  

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