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Kodak's Jeff Hayzlett to Discuss Trends During Keynote Address at the GASC/PIA/GATF Teacher's Conference

Friday, October 13, 2006

Press release from the issuing company

ROCHESTER, N.Y., Oct. 12 -- Jeff Hayzlett, Chief Marketing Officer and Vice President, Graphic Communications Group, Eastman Kodak Company, presents the keynote address, "Graphic Communications: From Millions to Many to One," at the GASC/PIA/GATF Teacher's Conference. Hayzlett will discuss innovative technologies and capabilities, such as variable data printing and 1:1 personalization, which bolster print's strength as an effective communication medium that reaches mass audiences, targeted groups and specific individuals. He will deliver his remarks at 9 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 15 to more than 100 educators during the GASC/PIA/GATF Teacher's Conference, which has been held in conjunction with Graph Expo for more than three decades. "Jeff Hayzlett has served as a strong advocate and supporter to the printing industry throughout his career," said James A. Workman, Vice President, Training, Printing Industries of America/Graphic Arts Technical Foundation. "His experience, expertise, and passion for print will set the tone for informing and inspiring attendees." The GASC/PIA/GATF Teacher's Conference is a three day program that will provide an opportunity for graphic arts teachers to learn about current industry trends, and see the latest equipment and supplies. "Graphic communications is an exciting profession with a promising future and great career potential for students," said Hayzlett. "I look forward to talking with teachers about trends and opportunities in the market, and the vital role of educators in ensuring the continued vitality of our industry."




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