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Prepress Training Solution Names Amy S. Shock to Director of Marketing

Tuesday, November 23, 2004

Press release from the issuing company

Bloomington, IN -- November 22, 2004 – Prepress Training Solution, a division of StaffingTools, Inc., a leading provider of online training; announces that Amy S. Shock has joined the company as Director of Marketing.Shock will be responsible for building upon Prepress Training Solution’s successful new brand identity and marketing programs. She will develop and implement the division’s new strategic marketing programs, including advertising and promotional activities. Prior to Prepress Training Solution, Shock held the position of Marketing and Production Coordinator for Indiana University Press. Previous to that, Shock served as Director of Communications at eStarNetwork, LLC, and also served as MLBA Publishing’s Editor of The Michigan Beverage Journal, The Illinois Beverage Guide, and The Wisconsin Beverage Guide. “We are pleased to welcome Amy to the Prepress Training Solution team," says Debbie Goodman, Vice President, Operations for Prepress Training Solution. "It’s rare to find someone with Amy’s unique background. Her marketing communications experience combined with her hands-on publishing production and editorial expertise is a perfect fit for the company, and will be a valuable asset as we continue to grow and expand.” Says Shock: "I look forward to meeting the challenges and opportunities offered to me with this position. I’m particularly excited to join such a rapidly growing organization, and look forward to helping Prepress Training Solution support its growing customer base.” 




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