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In honor of "DocTober Fest", JJ Bender gives away free DocuTech machines

Wednesday, October 07, 2009

Press release from the issuing company

JJ Bender, LLC, a leading provider of digital presses and high volume printing equipment, announced today the start of "DocTober Fest"-an annual October event that is now in its 5th year running. Unlike past DocTober events, this year marks the first time JJ Bender will be offering free Xerox DocuTech machines, where no machine purchase is necessary to be eligible.

"With this years struggling economy, we really wanted to offer something that would increase a company's printing capacity without increasing their current budget. By giving away free DocuTech machines, we push the envelope and help companies expand their printing businesses," says Jeffrey Bender, JJ Bender President.

To receive a free Xerox DocuTech machine, businesses must pay for shipping, and agree to one of several options-where choices include things such as a 3-year supply agreement or a nominal cost per click contract.

"Our sales team got together to brainstorm how we could give these machines away for free, and we're thrilled with what we came up with. All of the options are straightforward, and there is an affordable choice for everyone. I can't think of the last time a company gave away free machines, and that's why this years DocTober Fest is so exciting," says BJ Baranosky, a senior sales consultant at JJ Bender.

The offer is valid nationwide until the end of October on any DocuTech 6100, 6115, or 6135, and JJ Bender encourages those interested to inquire with headquarters immediately, as supplies are limited. For more information, contact Caitlyn at 203-336-4034.




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