Printing Execs Urge Congress to Enact Postal, Patent Reform Legislation at Capitol Hill Fly-In

Congressman Reid Ribble (R-WI) at Print's Voice '14 Congressional Reception.

Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Patrick J. Leahy (D-VT), featured speaker at Print's Voice '14 U.S. Senate Luncheon.

U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin (D-WI) with Wisconsin constituents, left to right: Michael Aumann, CEO, Brandtjen & Kluge Inc.; Pat Henderson, director of government affairs, Quad/Graphics Inc.; John Berthelsen, president, Suttle-Straus Inc.; and Mark Kannenberg, president, RBP Chemical Technology.

U.S. Senator Barbara Boxer (D-CA) flanked by California constituents David Currie, national sales director, Plockmatic International AB, and Nick Bruno, president, Harris & Bruno International, with NPES and Printing Industries’ leaders, left to right: Ralph Nappi, president, NPES;  Brad Thompson, CEO, Inland Press; Ron Rose, president, Nova Pressroom Products; Jeff Ekstein, president and CEO, Willow Printing Group; and Michael Makin, president and CEO, Printing Industries of America.

NPES and Printing Industries of America Government Affairs Chairmen (left to right) Ron Rose and Brad Thompson.

Congresswoman and Iraq War veteran Tammy Duckworth (D-IL) at Print's Voice '14 Congressional Reception.

NPES Chairman and President, Xeikon America, Mike Ring (center left) and NAPIM President Brad Bergey (center right) meet with U.S. Senator Mark Kirk’s (R-IL) legislative assistant, along with NPES Government Affairs Director Mark Nuzzaco and NPES members John Copeland, president/COO, Toyo Ink America; Greg Salzman, president, Aleyant Systems; and, Todd Blumsack, vice president sales, Xeikon America.

Print's Voice '14 attendees enjoy Welcome Luncheon at the Capitol Hill Club.

NPES Board of Directors and association staff on U.S. Capitol steps at Print's Voice '14 Capitol Hill Fly-In.