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Bill Mattran joins Specialty Print Communications as Senior VP

Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Press release from the issuing company

Niles, IL – Specialty Print Communications (SPC) announces that Bill Mattran joins SPC as Senior Vice President, Business Development. Mattran's most recent post was at Production Solution Associates (PSA) where he was the National Sales Director delivering direct marketing supply chain solutions to Fortune 500 clients.  Prior to PSA, Bill spent 21 years with RR Donnelley at both the Tech Web and Banta divisions.

A second-generation print professional with over 25 years of direct marketing expertise in sales, sales management and executive levels, Mattran spent the first 10 years of his career in the New York marketplace. Mattran's strength is in developing and leading strategic sales efforts to deliver marketing communications solutions across a broad spectrum of possibilities.

With the addition of Mattran to the growing SPC roster, SPC continues its mission to develop and lead a team of expert selling professionals capable of bringing high-level direct marketing solutions to senior level marketing executives.

"Having Bill on board ensures that SPC will deliver upon its expanding value proposition to drive revenue across its entire platform," said SPC President, Adam LeFebvre. "Bill is the first among a number of strategic new hires."

A member of DMA and CADM, Mattran attended the University of Illinois and holds a direct mail marketing certificate from the Nat Ross School of Direct Marketing at New York University. He lives in Inverness with his wife, Jennifer, and has a grown daughter and a new baby granddaughter.

 

 

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