Kush Bottles’ Custom Packaging Promotes Brand Recognition

An experienced business leader, Dallas Imbimbo currently serves as the CEO of BigRentz, Inc., and SeetheX, LLC. Dallas Imbimbo is also the founder and chairman of Kush Bottles, a medical wellness packaging and pharmaceutical accessories company based in California.

In a recent article, Kush Bottles discussed the importance of its custom packing solutions in relation to branding and customer retention. The article explains that custom labels are an affordable and effective way for companies to improve brand recognition, distinguish themselves from competitors, and keep their brand in a customer’s vicinity for an extended period of time.

To emphasize the importance of branding and packaging, the article cites a study from the Missouri University of Science and Technology that found an average consumer establishes an opinion about a business’s brand in under two-tenths of a second. The article states that Kush Bottles can create custom packaging for any product, such as concentrate containers and barrier bags. With logos and contact information, the packaging can also serve as a more effective and permanent business card.


A Capable Team Guides BigRentz Construction Rentals

As the president of BigRentz.com, Dallas Imbimbo has assembled a multi-talented group of professionals to run the business. A former NCAA basketball player who founded a moving company while still in college, Dallas Imbimbo brings an entrepreneurial perspective and a strong team ethic to his work at BigRentz.

The vice president of operations, Nick Kovacevich, also won plaudits playing college basketball. He led his team to a spot in the Sweet 16. Later, he took a position directing operations at a basketball camp. He now manages the day-to-day activities at BigRentz.

Stephen Jesson, the executive vice president of BigRentz, has considerable experience in the business world. He served as the cofounder of a cellular phone company and later developed the business model that guides BigRentz.

Jeremy Logan, the man in charge of key accounts at BigRentz, opened his own collegiate textbook supplier in his senior year of college. When he graduated, the company served three campuses and had a retail store.

The company’s sales manager, Van Truong, has 13 years of experience in a similar position at Best Buy. His many awards include a Best of the Best honor.

Finally, Rohan Mishal, the company’s operations manager, studied economics at the University of California. He went on to head training for an automotive startup before joining BigRentz.