Presstek Announces First Quarter 2007 Open House Schedule
HUDSON, NH—December 15, 2006—Presstek, Inc., a leading manufacturer and marketer of digital offset printing business solutions for the graphic arts market, today announced the 2007 first quarter schedule for its popular open house events.
These local open houses provide a relaxed atmosphere where printers can see Presstek’s digital offset solutions in action and witness first-hand how they deliver a smarter, more productive and profitable way to print fast turnaround, high-quality color offset printing. Demonstrations of Presstek DI presses, chemistry-free CTP systems, and workflow solutions are featured throughout the day. In addition, a short presentation is scheduled several times a day on how to take advantage of the current market trends.
The first events are scheduled for January 30th - February 1st in Tempe AZ at the Fiesta Resort Conference Center and February 6th - 8th in Portland OR at the Sheraton Portland Airport Hotel. Other locations during the first quarter of 2007 include Charlotte NC, Atlanta GA, and Northern Virginia. To view a complete schedule and to register for an event, visit HYPERLINK “http://www.presstek.com/events” www.presstek.com/events.
“We realize how busy printers are and that is why we bring our equipment demonstrations to their local area,” says Brian Wolfenden, Presstek’s director of marketing communications. “The open houses allow for attendees to come in to “kick the tires”, ask questions and to explore the many business growth opportunities that Presstek can bring to their shop.”
Who Should Attend the Open House?
The attendees that will benefit the most from a Presstek open house are operations that are looking to grow their businesses in the following ways:
moving into four-color printing
migrating from polyester CTP to chemistry-free metal CTP
digital printers needing to produce run lengths of greater than 500; and on a wide variety of printing stocks
finding a more productive and profitable way to quickly print high quality short-run color