LETTERS to the editor

Lifetime Memories For Hall Of Famer

Dear Editor:

Thank you so much for the photographs from my recent induction into the PRINTING IMPRESSIONS/RIT Printing Industry Hall of Fame. I really do appreciate the honor you bestowed on me. It is something I will cherish the rest of my life.

Please thank everyone on your staff for making this a special evening.

I hope that if you are ever in Dallas, you will let me show you our Texas hospitality.

Williamson Printing

Award Brings Many Kind Words

Dear Editor:

It seems it was only yesterday that I was in Chicago at the PRINTING IMPRESSIONS/RIT Printing Industry Hall of Fame Awards ceremony. I have received many congratulatory messages from friends, from members of the business community and, last but not least, from Transcontinental employees.

To receive this prestigious recognition was a great honor for me professionally. And, on a personal basis, I was very touched. Thank you so much!

Executive Chairman
Transcontinental Inc.

Best Practices Don’t Jive With Reader

Dear Editor:

Why are those people from Vista-Print smiling on the (November 2006) cover of your magazine? Maybe they know something you don’t.

VistaPrint has been getting much press coverage lately, but you owe it to your readers to tell the rest of the story. Since VistaPrint is a competitor to many of your readers, I think you have an obligation to do some research as to how they can sell at such low prices beyond their gang-run technology.

If you place an order for anything at VistaPrint, at the end of the process you will be asked to take a brief survey. You are enticed to take the survey by an offer of a coupon for $10 off your next order or something similar. The surprise is in the fine print, because when you hit the ‘submit’ button you will then have your credit card or bank account charged every single month until you tell them to stop, and then that does not always work. Sometimes you need to cancel your credit card or close your account.

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