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Fresh Ink Yearbooks and O'Neil Printing Partner

Thursday, April 16, 2009

Press release from the issuing company

PHOENIX - Fresh Ink Yearbooks, a Southern California yearbook production company, has announced its exclusive partnership with O'Neil Printing, a 100-year-old Phoenix-based printing company, to bring flexibility, innovation and cost-effective alternatives to the traditional yearbook.
The exclusive partnership enables Fresh Ink to offer customers freedom in creating unique, sturdy books that demonstrate the diversity of its student body, while also taking into consideration the budget and timeline constraints that schools often face – something other yearbook production companies cannot match.
Fresh Ink is a leading innovator in yearbook creation, often being the first to offer new capabilities. For instance, Fresh Ink, partnered with O'Neil Printing, was the first yearbook company to offer variable data printing to its customers. Fresh Ink's fully-digital design program and O'Neil Printing's state-of-the-art technology allows students to customize every aspect of their yearbook – ranging from tri-fold covers to metal covers complete with custom die-cut magnets – that reinforce the visual theme being portrayed.
"We set out to make the 'middle-of-the-night-oh-my-gosh-that-would-be-so-cool' ideas a reality for students and their advisers," said Tamara Herzfeld, founder of Fresh Ink. "With O'Neil Printing supporting our efforts, virtual every printing option is now available to our customers."
Beyond its innovation, Fresh Ink offers customers financial relief during these hard economic times. Because of its partnership with O'Neil Printing, Fresh Ink can help students tailor their yearbook without having prices sky-rocket.
In addition, Fresh Ink offers customers yearbook options that are environmentally safe, at no additional charge, while other yearbook companies are profiting on customers' desires for a healthier environment. Because of the partnership with O'Neil Printing, Fresh Ink was the first yearbook company to offer FSC-certified paper (Forward Stewardship Council certification), among other "green" options like "design-for-green" advice, soy-based inks, and recycled printing plates and press solvents.
Fresh Ink is a sponsor of this year's JEA/NSPA Spring National High School Journalism Convention in Phoenix. To learn more about Fresh Ink Yearbooks and O'Neil Printing, visit freshinyearbooks.com and oneilprint.com.




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