Rob Mayerson joins Sandy Alexander’s Management Team
CLIFTON, NJ—Sept. 14, 2011—Sandy Alexander announced the addition of Rob Mayerson to the organization. Mayerson will be the general manager of eSA Digital Solutions, Sandy Alexander’s digital technology division.
Mike Graff, president and CEO of Sandy Alexander stated, “Rob Mayerson is recognized by the industry as a leader in the digital printing and marketing arena. We expect his operational and technical expertise in variable-data printing and workflow, one-to-one marketing and fulfillment will further broaden Sandy Alexander’s digital product portfolio and provide innovation and added value to our current client’s and future prospect’s marketing campaigns.”
Graff continued, “We have seen solid growth in our digital business and we continue to respond to our clients demands for new end-to-end products and services. The addition of Rob to Sandy Alexander’s senior management team reflects our commitment to continued growth and expansion in the digital marketplace.”
Mayerson has spent over 20 years in the printing industry, most recently as general manager of digital operations at a national direct marketing company. Prior to that, his experience includes senior management positions in both digital hardware and software manufacturing and direct mail printing. Mayerson will be working from Sandy Alexander’s corporate headquarters in Clifton, NJ.
About Sandy Alexander
Sandy Alexander Inc. is the country’s largest, independently owned, high-end graphics communications company, serving the needs of Fortune 500 clients. Headquartered at its facility in Clifton, NJ, Sandy Alexander also operates a direct mail facility in St. Petersburg, FL. Sandy Alexander’s portfolio of capabilities range from digital solutions, sheetfed, fullweb to wide & grand format. Sandy Alexander is also considered to be a leader in protecting the environment A Partner of the EPA’s Climate Leaders program, and the EPA’s Green Power Partnership, Sandy Alexander relies on certified, clean, wind-generated electricity to meet 100 percent of the electrical needs.
Source: Sandy Alexander.