ReproMAX Announces New Members and Co-Chairs of Its 2016 Board of Directors
ST. LOUIS—January 5, 2016—ReproMAX announces the appointment of two new members and new co-chairmen of its board of directors for 2016. Joe Williamson, principal of Franklin Imaging, Columbus, Ohio, and Chuck Wingard, president of Tree Towns Imaging & Color Graphics in Elmhurst, Illinois, were named as two new members of the board. Gene Klein, CEO of BarkerBlue in San Mateo, California, and Bo Noles, owner/partner of Capital Imaging in Lansing, Michigan, were named co-chairs of the board of directors at ReproMAX for 2016.
Each year, ReproMAX selects industry-leading partner company professionals to three- to five-year terms, asking them to help guide the organization to reach new levels of excellence. This year, the board member terms of Gary Wilbur, president of RS Knapp and Steve Cheek, group managing director of Callprint have expired. Steven Strooh, vice president of Beeline and Blue, and Bryan Thomas, CEO of Thomas Printworks, will remain as members of the board of directors. Paul Fridrich, CEO of Cyber Copy and Wade Sparks, president and COO of Riley’s, will remain as BOD advisors while Guy Timothy, president of SBR/Vision Graphics will become a new BOD advisor.
According to Rick Bosworth, president of ReproMAX, "ReproMAX and subsequently its partner companies benefit significantly from this great tradition of leadership. We can’t thank these individuals enough—both past and present—for their contributions, loyalty and dedication to the fulfillment of all ReproMAX objectives."
Founded in 1984, ReproMAX is an international network that leverages the power of a wide range of independent print service providers so they can deliver high-quality services to their customers. ReproMAX companies are recognized leaders and a global source for print, content management and visual communication. ReproMAX provides partner companies and their customers with competitive advantages and a global network through industry leading technology, information sharing and industry education.