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Print providers team with Xerox to support troops overseas

Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Press release from the issuing company

Rochester, N.Y. - Members of Xerox Corporation's network of Premier Partners are printing postcards of support for U.S. troops. Digital printing and graphic communications companies are donating resources to produce millions of postcards from Xerox's Let's Say Thanks program that are sent to U.S. servicemen and women stationed overseas.

The nationwide program has postcards designed by children ages 6-14 available at www.letssaythanks.com for people to select their favorite and write a message of support to the troops. To date, more than 25 million people have sent well-wishes to the troops through the Web site and at local card drives across the country.

"The support for this program has been tremendous – from the public and our partners," said Gavin Jordan-Smith, vice president, Commercial Print, Pre-Press, Xerox Premier Partners Global Network. "The donation of printing from our network goes a long way toward demonstrating that there is more to our partnership than doing business together – there's support for our communities as well."

The postcards are printed on Xerox iGen4 and iGen3 Digital Production Presses. Military support organization Give2TheTroops will now include the postcards in care packages sent to deployed U.S. forces in Iraq, Afghanistan and elsewhere around the world.

Recent participating partners include Associates Graphic Services, Wilmington, Del.; Copy General, Sterling, VA.; CRW Graphics, Pennsauken, N.J.; Digiprint, Reno, Nev.; Laser Print Plus, Columbia, S.C.; The Total Mailing Systems, West Deptford, N.J.; Universal Reprographics, Los Angeles, Calif.; and Visions, Inc., Brooklyn Park, Minn.




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