Durability Of Books...Late Fees —Cagle
Your tax dollars at work...but anything that supports the printed product is a worthwhile cause. And while $97 million sounds like a lot of money, if it represented the most egregious act of wasteful spending by the government, our nation would be well on the road to recovery, with a balanced budget and a surplus to boot.
FOXY O'NEIL: Fred Buck and our old amigos at O'Neil Printing, the pride of Phoenix, recently welcomed their local Fox TV news affiliate's morning show to the printing facility as part of its efforts to highlight local businesses.
In an installment of "Cory's Corner," Fox 10's Cory McCloskey took a tour of the plant with O'Neil Printing's Tony Narducci. The reporter seemed genuinely surprised at what he found inside, an indication of the continued misconceptions the general public has about the modern printing industry.
Narducci's proudest moment was showing McCloskey the Sappi Paper North American Printer of the Year award it captured for the book segment. McCloskey also noted that the printer was one of Phoenix's oldest concerns.
A nice bit of PR and an example of cross-channel marketing, courtesy of television. PI