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RPI adds David Gens as Executive Vice President and CFO

Friday, August 13, 2010

Press release from the issuing company

Seattle, WA – RPI, leader in automated manufacturing and fulfillment for the consumer make-on-demand printed products market, today announced it has added industry veteran David Gens to its management team as executive vice president and chief financial officer.  Gens brings more than 20 years of experience in financial management for high growth companies to the position, having helped previous employers raise more than $100 million in capital financing.

"Dave's extensive operations, finance and administrative expertise in highly dynamic business environments will be key as we move forward with RPI's growth initiatives," said Rick Bellamy, CEO.  "His transactional experience will be particularly valuable as we expand our product offerings and manufacturing footprint."

Prior to joining RPI, Gens was the CFO of the TAS Group, a global leader in sales performance automation, and of Ivey Imaging, a marketing services company providing n-store retail marketing solutions.  He also served as the vice president of finance for Zango, Inc. and for Global Seafoods.  Gens earned an MBA at the University of Washington and a Bachelor of Science degree in accounting from the University of Delaware.

Celebrating its 30th anniversary, RPI has produced millions of personalized products including photo books, invitations, business cards and stationery for top-tier retailers that represent over 40 percent of the total photo products market.  HP recently recognized RPI as one of the top 10 producers of Indigo impressions in the U.S., and as one of the top 20 worldwide.




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