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Terminal Van Gogh to be featured in the Fuji Graphics Systems Canada booth at Graphics Canada

Monday, October 10, 2005

Press release from the issuing company

Toronto, October 7, 2005 – Terminal Van Gogh Ltd. (“TVG”), Canada’s leading enterprise-wide 1 to 1 solution provider, announced today that they will be featured in the Fuji Graphics Systems Canada booth to showcase variable print and 1 to 1 marketing. The show runs from November 10-12 at the International Center, Toronto, Ontario. We invite all attendees to the show to visit the Fuji booth, who want to know more about data-driven, variable print and the 1 to 1 marketing application. Learn how variable data print can fit into and expand your company’s business offerings, boost your customers' return on investment, and create more profitable customer relationships. “Data-driven variable print is moving from the fringe to the mainstream of marketing solutions” stated Bob Pente, CEO of Terminal Van Gogh, “We appreciate Fuji Graphics Systems Canada leadership to provide TVG with a forum to talk to the Graphic Arts community about the potential of the application.” “The graphic communication consumer is demanding increasing levels of marketing sophistication in the print material they are receiving,” stated Tony Karg, Director of Business Development & Marketing of Fuji Graphic Systems Canada. “TVG and Fuji can assist in the conceptualizing, development and, most importantly, execution of digital printing solutions that meet and exceed the print buyer’s needs. We can show Commercial Printers how to capture more of their customer’s printing dollar.”




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