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June 2009 Issue

Printing Impressions June 2009
MLP U.S.A. Celebrates 25 Years
For a married couple, a silver wedding anniversary signifies their long-term commitment. For MLP U.S.A., 2009 signifies a quarter century of providing Mitsubishi sheetfed offset, commercial heatset web and newspaper presses to printers throughout North America....
New Vision Is Thriving Despite Bad Economy --Michelson
FRANK STEWART and Carrie Parkinson shared a common vision when they launched West St. Paul, MN-based New Vision Printing and Graphics five years ago. Seeking to offer more than mere platitudes, their company would truly focus on exemplary customer service...
Seven Helpful Tips -- Marketing on a Shoestring
IT'S NO secret. Today's economy is filled with uncertainty. One day, consumer confidence is up and things look promising. The next day, some bad economic news casts a pall over the outlook. With a tiny advertising budget, it can be...
UPFRONT
Printing Impressions' Upfront Commercial Printing News for June 2009...
SUPPLIER news
Printing Impressions’ Commercial Printing Supplier News for June 2009...
PRINTER news
Printing Impressions Commercial Printer News for June 2009...
Mixing With Marketers --Sherburne
I RECENTLY had the opportunity to attend ad:tech at Moscone West in San Francisco. This conference and trade show takes place annually in nine different venues around the globe (www.ad-tech.com). It is an interactive advertising and technology conference and exhibition...
WOA Conference Stresses 'Adapting'
The 2009 Offset and Beyond Conference completed its three-day run here at Caesars Palace with an optimistic view of approaching a changing market and economy. Presented by the Web Offset Association (WOA) and the Printing Industries of America (PIA), the...
Printer Headed to Prison
Former Story Communications and Webstar Printing owner Mike Story pleaded guilty to lying to his bankers, and will serve six months "shock probation" in state prison and receive another 10 years of probation upon completing the six-month stretch, the Seguin...
RR Donnelley Eyes Bankrupt Quebecor World
CHICAGO—The proposed acquisition of North America's second-largest printer by the biggest of them all would create a giant of unparalleled proportions. The question is, would such a deal be a violation of this nation's antitrust laws? In a sense, would...
DIGITAL digest
Printing Impressions Digital Printing and Workflow News for June 2009...
Gateway Printing -- Forging Good Relationships
IT DOESN'T take very long to figure out that relationships are fundamental to the core values of Mike Peissig. His life has been based on long-term commitments to people he trusts and believes in; the types of individuals he surrounds...
Odyssey Digital Printing -- Spreading Digital's Gospel
DIGITAL PRINTING is in? need of a press agent, or a PR? firm that can boost its image and explain to the masses exactly what it is capable of performing. But John Roberds, founder and president of Tulsa, OK-based Odyssey...
ACROSS the nation
Printing Impressions National Commercial Printing Industry News for June 2009...
BINDERY matters
Printing Impressions’ Bindery and Finishing News for June 2009...
Ah, the Power Of Advertising --Cagle
WE GET all kinds of phone calls with strange requests. People want to know if we will publish their memoirs. Or, they want to know about how to get published. I even get two or three calls a year from...
C&S Press : Service With a Savings
What makes a visit to your favorite restaurant even more enjoyable and memorable, notes Frank Tantillo, is when the staff brings you "a little extra touch of something." Be it a complimentary glass of wine or a dessert, the gesture—no...
Stimulus Plan for Printers --DeWese
PRESIDENT OBAMA and  Congress have created and implemented a $787 billion Stimulus Package. I studied the package, but I can’t find one-dollars-worth of stimulation for the graphic communications industry. Nary a nickel!...