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Wallace Appoints Don Marchant to VP of Commercial Print for the Midwest

Tuesday, January 07, 2003

Press release from the issuing company

LISLE, Ill.--Jan. 6, 2003-- Wallace Computer Services Inc., a leading provider of total print management products and services, announced today the appointment of Don Marchant, 50, to vice president of commercial print for the Midwest. Mr. Marchant will be responsible for all sales functions as well as managing regional account executives and customer service representatives to meet customers' needs. "Don brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to his position," said Michael Duffield, Wallace's president and COO. "His extensive contacts, industry knowledge and management skills are a perfect match for Wallace." Mr. Marchant has more than 25 years of sales experience in the commercial print industry. Prior to Wallace, he was vice president of sales and marketing for Dayton, Ohio-based commercial printer Hammer Graphics/Central Printing Company. "Wallace has a unique value proposition," said Marchant. "I look forward to working with my staff and helping them to grow sales both locally and nationally, while providing the quality of service our existing customers are accustomed to." Before Hammer Graphics, Mr. Marchant held several sales and marketing positions at Mid America, a division of Menasha Corp., a Neenah, Wis. printer. He also worked for American Greetings, a Cleveland, Ohio-based a designer and seller of greeting cards. While there, he held several sales positions, including district sales manager of the Southeast/Midwest region. Mr. Marchant is a 15-year member of the National Speakers Association and a 10-year member of the Nashville Sales and Marketing Executives, including four years as president.




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