The combined Office Depot and Office Max brand is rolling out a new campaign in early January called "Gear Up For Great." It aims to change how consumers think about office supplies by using a different word for them -- gear.People connect supplies with things they need to do but gear with things they want to do, said CMO Tim Rea. "We want to take our customers to a place where they're not just making more happen, but they're gearing up for great," said Mr. Sales for Office Depot were .1 billion for the third quarter of 2014, down 3% from .2 billion in combined pro forma sales last year, according to an earnings statement. In the midst of consolidating its brand, Office Depot is grappling with a cocktail of consumer trends that have shaken up the office-supply industry.He said this is the biggest push Office Depot has made since its merger in November 2013. " -- a question with many answers that weren't always favorable for the brand, Mr. The new emphasis on gear is meant to position the retailer's associates as experts, he said, setting the company apart from online retailers and mass merchants who "dabble" in office supplies. "Gear Up For Great" kicked off with 30-second and15-second national and local broadcast TV spots on January 2 -- the start of the back-to-business season, which is a key selling period for the category.The spot, called "Gearcentric," features portable printers, tablets and color-coded filing systems.Make sure you include sleep time in your study schedule and go to bed when it’s time.Exercise Exercising can help your body release chemicals that make you feel good and relaxed. Dixon Recreation Center is open 6 AM to 12 midnight on weekdays.The campaign includes digital video, email, print and social media, as well as a #gearlove Tumblr page and paid Twitter and Vine posts.
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