Out of home (OOH) advertising revenue rose 2% in the third quarter of 2016 compared to the previous year, accounting for $1.75 billion, based on figures released by the Outdoor Advertising Association of America (OAAA).
Lincoln and Washington were intelligent, strong-willed, near-fearless leaders. They made decisions their constituents hated, as well as making mistakes. Being a great sales leader is less about possessing gobs of admirable, deity-like qualities and more about just working smart and doing the right thing. That's a message of which both Washington and Lincoln would eagerly approve.
William Bolden makes more than $25 million in an eight-hour shift. He’s a securities pressman at the Bureau of Engraving and Printing in Washington, DC. Bolden is one of three pressmen who meticulously produce $20 bills, a sheet at a time.
Print Art, Inc., an award-winning, full-service printing agency, has incorporated the latest generation of digital cutters, the Zund G3 into its finishing department. The machine, which debuted at a tradeshow just last May, can cut a wide range of materials faster and better, speeding production time.
Printing Impressions' Commercial Printer News for January 2009
Holiday Fundraiser Deemed a Success RANDOM LAKE, WI—The Times Wellness Committee at Times Printing organized a poinsettia sale and used all of the proceeds to purchase holiday presents for families/children within the community that use the local food pantry as a resource. In addition, the company donated $500, and many employees made additional generous contributions. The fundraiser was such a success, that every child got an outfit, one toy (some children received two) and accessories, such as socksand shoes. Pictorial Hosts ‘Lunch & Learn’ Event CARLSTADT, NJ—Pictorial Offset partnered with Print Buyers Online.com and Pantone Inc. to host a free “Lunch