Lynn Imaging and Monster Color Host 2017 Spring ReproMAX Conference
ST. LOUIS — April 14, 2017 — Lynn Imaging and Monster Color of Lexington, Ky., was the site of the ReproMAX Spring Conference that was held April 10, 2017. A record number of ReproMAX Partner companies from around the world converged in Lexington to view their state-of-the-art facilities and witness the debut of the Canon Océ 1640 Colorado on the North American continent.
The three-day conference addressed critical issues including sales management, wide-format color production, equipment/FM opportunities, finance and more. The conference featured a line-up of business speakers including Kate Dunn from Keypoint Intelligence and highly experienced ReproMAX Partner company owners and executives.
Lynn Imaging was founded in 1946 and has been immersed in the construction industry ever since it first opened its doors more than 65 years ago. Today, Lynn Imaging is proud to be an early adopter of the latest technology, newest high-speed digital printing equipment, electronic data storage and cloud solutions for information management. Monster Color provides its clients with only the best in wide-format color graphic products implemented by experts who average over 20 years’ experience each in the business
Paul Fridrich, CEO and owner of CyberCopy of Southern California was the recipient of the 2017 Mike Duff Award for distinguished service to ReproMAX and in the reprographic industry. The Mike Duff Award was established by the ReproMAX Board of Directors to honor an amazing professional for outstanding leadership, dedication and loyalty to the industry. According to Fridrich, "I am honored and humbled that you chose me this year to receive the award named after my dear friend Mike Duff. Mike had an unshakable belief in sharing the experience and knowledge among members ... will benefit and elevate the performance of all companies…”
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