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Merrill Corporation Appoints Craig Levinsohn Executive Vice President of Marketing

Monday, January 16, 2006

Press release from the issuing company

St. Paul, Minn. — Merrill Corporation, a leading global provider of technology-enabled services for the legal, financial, real estate and other corporate markets, today announced the appointment of Craig Levinsohn to Executive Vice President of Marketing. Levinsohn will be responsible for the overall marketing functions for Merrill. “Merrill has taken significant steps to broaden product offerings and meet the technology needs of its customers,” said Rick Atterbury, President and Chief Operating Officer, Merrill Corporation. “Craig’s depth of experience in marketing and technology will have a positive impact on our continued diversification and expansion plans.” Levinsohn most recently served as Chief Marketing Officer of Paisley Consulting in Plymouth, Minn. Prior to Paisley Consulting, Levinsohn served as Vice President of Marketing and Strategic Alliances for HighJump Software, a 3M Company. During his tenure, HighJump became the fastest-growing company in the supply chain execution industry. Levinsohn’s experience also includes business consulting, having worked with many major corporations and venture capital firms over the past two decades. As a consultant, Levinsohn focused his expertise on fast-growing businesses and the diversification of companies. He received a B.S. in business administration from the Carlson School of Management and Economics at the University of Minnesota, and subsequently worked with professional sports franchises, including the Minnesota Timberwolves. “Merrill is an outstanding organization with a reputation for adaptability and innovation,” said Levinsohn. “I’m looking forward to becoming a part of the talented executive management team and playing an integral role in the success of the company.”




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