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Franchise Services Inc. (FSI), parent company of Sir Speedy, PIP Printing and Multicopy, launched TeamLogic IT, a franchise network of computer consultation, maintenance and repair establishments designed to address the IT needs of small- to mid-sized businesses. The franchise, with locations already established in Orange County, CA, Washington, DC, Long Island, NY, and Westchester County, NY, provides customers with quick-response troubleshooting and repair of desktops, servers and online systems.

Carlstadt, NJ-based Pictorial Offset reports that Earl Dunn has joined the company as its newest Pictorial Team Leader. In this position, Dunn is responsible for coordinating customer jobs through the manufacturing operations integrating sales, production, manufacturing, distribution, scheduling and administration.

Sir Speedy has named Don and Deborah Boesch, owners of the Sir Speedy center in Waterbury, CT, Franchisee of the Year. This is the franchisor’s most prestigious award and was presented during the Sir Speedy 28th International Convention held in July.

Coakley-Tech, a document management company based in Milwaukee, has purchased Mary Morgan Inc. from Gannett Co. Green Bay, WI-based Mary Morgan provides offset printing and direct mail services.

Cenveo Inc. of Englewood, CO, has announced two key promotions designed to sharpen the company’s focus on customers and operational efficiencies. Keith Larson, former executive vice president, has been promoted to president of strategic sales and Rob Young, former executive vice president, has been promoted to president of commercial envelopes.

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