CAMP HILL, PA--(Marketwired - Feb 14, 2014) - Skylimit, www.skylimitcreations.com, is a North East-based marketing firm that is benefiting from continued success with its established retail program. Two thousand and Thirteen has been a record breaking year for Skylimit and 2014 we will far surpass our projected growth. Since Skylimit 2013 unveiling of its "In-Store Marketing" program, the company has expanded into at least 6 new markets across the country. In the second half of 2013, new partnerships, promotions and expansion are definitely on the horizon for Skylimit Creations.
Last month, the company sent its management staff and top supervisors to its quarterly meeting in Dallas, TX. An intensive conference was scheduled to introduce new clients and partnerships as well as recognize the numerous accomplishments of the top performing offices. For Skylimit Director of Operations O'bryan Clemons, the Dallas meeting had many proud moments.
The mid-month meeting did not slow Skylimit's momentum. Despite the struggling economy, Skylimit is looking to open the first quarter of 2014 with new partnerships. "Last year's holiday sales numbers we acquired for our clients far exceeded their expectations, and we expect this year's holiday season to be double. Not only are we representing the leader in satellite television, now we have partnered with massive retailer names Costco, Best buy, Sam's, Bj's and Wal-Mart. With these new programs and partnerships, there is no reason we can't double in size by 2015."
In November, the company will again travel with its management staff to their Annual company retreat to Jamaica. They will have four days at the five star Hilton Rose Hall Resort and Spa in Montego Bay, Jamaica for a celebratory weekend to recognize the accomplishments over the first half of the 2014. Skylimit Creations is slated for success with its 2014-15 game plan, in which growth and expansion are top priorities. It is clear that the success of the company and employees hardly go unnoticed at Skylimit.Read more on Yahoo Finance.