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PINE Announces Partnership with Employee Benefits Company

May 4, 2011

As a result of this permanent partnership, printers will continue to enjoy these advantages as well as benefits that come from PBG’s preferred status with the major plan providers, comprehensive administrative resources and operational efficiencies.

About PINE
PINE is a membership organization serving the New England graphic communications industry promoting the profitability of members and offering a wide range of management, production and human resource services.

About Partners Benefit Group

Partners Benefit Group (PBG) is a full-service employee benefits management company with offices in Southborough, Norwell, Duxbury, Plymouth, Assonet and Weymouth, Massachusetts. PBG is a recognized leader in offering a complete portfolio of employee benefit strategies, plan design, management and administrative support services to diverse companies of up to 1,000 employees. It is one of the largest and fastest growing employee benefit firms in New England.

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