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Local Printing Company Announces New Partner; Plans Growth And Advanced Technology

Wednesday, October 18, 2006

Press release from the issuing company

LANGHORNE, Pa. - October 17, 2006 – Allegra Print & Imaging recently announced that Mark Rice has joined the organization as group president and partner. He has 30 years of experience in the printing and digital imaging industry and is responsible for the company’s growth plans and large format market development. Prior to employment with Allegra Print & Imaging, Rice worked as executive vice president at Graphic Systems Group in New York City. He was responsible for growing the company from $3 million annually to $18 million annually in six years. “Our intention is to grow our business rapidly,” said Scott Sherer, owner of Allegra Print & Imaging in Langhorne. “We are ideally positioned to serve the Northeast Corridor. With Mark’s experience in New York, mine in the Philadelphia region, and our geographic location between the two cities, we think we can expand our offerings rapidly.” Rice, a resident of Princeton, N.J., is a member of the Digital Distribution of Ads for Production (DDAP), the Printing Industries of America (PIA), the Production Club of New York (P3), the Photographic Marketing Agency (PMA) and several other organizations. Located at 360 North Oxford Valley Road, Allegra Print & Imaging offers its customers both traditional and advanced printing technologies including full-color printing, graphic design services, digital color copying, high-speed copying, online file transfer, mailing services, full-color digital signs, posters and banners, complete finishing services, variable data capabilities, print management solutions, promotional products and project consultation. Our latest important offering is flatbed printing, a radically new approach to large format production. Instead of generating photographic prints, mounting them and laminating them, the Mutoh Board Printer allows us to print directly on rigid substrates, from foamcore and plastics, to metal and glass. An additional advantage is the capability of printing on both sides of the material, thus reducing costs considerably. Allegra Print & Imaging is a member of Allegra Network LLC, one of the world’s largest print and graphic communications franchises linking more than 600 locations in the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom.




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