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United Reprographics Participating in Toy Drive to Bring the Holiday Spirit to Inner City Kids

November 29, 2012
SEATTLE—Nov. 29, 2012—Seattle printing company United Reprographics is partnering with the Seattle Dream Center and Each One Reach One, two of Seattle’s leading non-profit organizations, to share some holiday cheer with inner city children whose families are in need this year.

United Reprographics will be distributing toy barrels throughout Seattle on Dec. 3, 2012, and picking them up on Dec. 17. Seattle Dream Center’s Each One Reach One organization will be distributing toys on Dec. 23 to children who would otherwise have an empty Christmas tree. Their mission is to make sure every inner city child in Seattle receives a toy this Christmas.

Brian Sims, CEO of United Reprographics, said, “Nothing comes close to the warm feeling you receive when you see a child’s eyes light up with joy from receiving an unexpected present at Christmas.”

Companies that are interested in participating in this toy drive and serving as a toy collection location should contact United Reprographics at (206) 382-1177, ext. 202 or via e-mail at csr@unitedreprographics.com.

About United Reprographics
United Reprographics is the top locally-owned and operated Seattle reprographics facility. Founded in 1999 by entrepreneur Brian Sims, United Reprographics delivers printing services to many of the leading architects, engineers, and construction companies in the Puget Sound area. United Reprographics provides construction support services such as printing of plans, spec manuals, reports, EIS reports, postcards, flyers, banners, signage, scanning services, large format display boards, decals, vehicle and building wraps. Staffed by a group of highly skilled and talented printing technicians and account representatives the company is widely known for its exceptional printing quality and customer service.

Source: United Reprographics.
 

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