As the first Advertising Specialty Institute show of the year, ASI Show Orlando is the launching ground for new products. Over 6,000 distributors and 700 suppliers come together from across the country and beyond to kick off the new sales year.
Here’s what you can expect over the three-day schedule:
Distributors and suppliers benefit from such a wide range of free education. Led by experts in the field, workshops are available for every level of experience. Topics focus on up-to-date issues affecting the ad specialty industry to guarantee success in any economic environment. All sessions qualify for credit toward the ASI Certification Program. As the first ASI Show of the year, ASI Show Orlando is the launching ground for new products.
A first-round draft pick by the Miami Dolphins in 1983, Dan Marino became the only rookie quarterback ever to start in the Pro Bowl (1983), was named the NFL’s MVP in his second season (1984), was a nine-time Pro Bowler, and led the Dolphins to the Super Bowl in 1985. He won the Dolphins’ MVP Award 12 times, and the team has since named the award after him. He was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2005, and in 2010 he was ranked number 25 on the NFL’s Top 100 Greatest Players list.
Marino was a studio analyst for the CBS NFL pre-game show, THE NFL TODAY, for 12 years. Along with CBS, he has developed equity partnerships in numerous business ventures, including Nutrisystem, 3Cinteractive and Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza. He is also an executive advisor to the Miami Dolphins’ owner and CEO.
Inspired by experiences in raising his autistic son, Michael, Marino and his wife Claire founded The Dan Marino Foundation in 1992; it has raised more than $45 million to provide services and fund groundbreaking initiatives for individuals with autism and other developmental disabilities.