Ricoh, Canon, and LSC Among Companies to Commit Early for PIA 2020 Franklin Event
Printing Industries Alliance announced that early table commitments for the 68th Franklin Event that will be held in New York City on Thursday, June 4, 2020, have been received from Landa, Blanchard, Dalim, Ricoh, Dow Jones & Company, Canon, Konica Minolta, and LSC Communications. The event’s new venue will be the prestigious Club 101, a private club located in the iconic Kalikow Building located on Park Avenue at the corner of 40th Street.
Proceeds will go to the Print Drives America Foundation that is the champion and cheerleader for the national print industry. Marty Maloney, executive vice president of the Printing Industries Alliance, and executive director of Print Drives America, stated, “Supporting the Franklin Event is an opportunity to support the printing industry."
Print Drives America just created marketing tools that positively promote the printing industry. The tools include four ads that can be customized by individual printers or vendors as well as posters and direct mail formats. Files for the tools are available for all to use for their own companies.
It was recently announced that Tom Quinlan, the CEO of LSC Communications, was named as the 2020 recipient of the Franklin Award. Five additional awards will be announced that will go to printing companies, not individuals.
Sponsorships will be kept at the same cost as in the past. Full Table Sponsorships are available now at a 10% discount if committed now and paid by February 15th, 2020. Half tables and individual seats are now also available without discounts. Call or email Marty Maloney to add your name to the sponsor’s list email@example.com, (203) 912 0804.
Future news releases will continue to provide details for the 2020 Franklin Event which promises to be our best event ever.
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