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Enfocus fans upload photos; and peers vote on most appealing or entertaining for the $1000 win

Thursday, September 16, 2010

Press release from the issuing company

Gent, Belgium - Graph Expo attendees are invited to take part in Enfocus' newest interactive promotion, Show Us Your Enfocus, kicking off at its Graph Expo booth #217.

Viewing a new product demonstration -- including the world's first sneak-previews of PitStop Pro 10 and PitStop Server --  is all attendees need do to get a snazzy, new Enfocus t-shirt. A fun, creative pose in the shirt, then posted to Enfocus' Facebook page, may result in $1000 cash for the Enfocus t-shirt-wearing participant!

The best part is that it will be Enfocus fans who vote on, and ultimately choose, the $1000 winner.

Show Us Your Enfocus to win!!!
"There are over 100,000 happy Enfocus users around the world, and many of them know each other as intimately as they have come to know Enfocus," says Sukerti Van Schoorisse, Marketing Manager for Enfocus.

Van Schoorisse explains that Enfocus fans are telling the company that the company's new Enfocus Facebook page is a great meeting place for industry peers to share experiences and also the fun side of graphic arts, design, and production; and is becoming a popular meeting place for the industry.

By having visitors to the Enfocus Graph Expo booth take and post pictures of themselves, wearing their new t-shirts, to the EnfocusSW Facebook page; and then having a jury of their peers vote on the $1000 winner, "it's going to be even more fun!" Van Schoorisse says.

Contest Supports the "Enfocus Family" Phenomenon
The Show Us Your Enfocus contest is just one engaging facet of the company's newest multi-channel communications campaign, called You First.

A primary result of Enfocus' extensive research and conversations regarding its customers' needs is overwhelming evidence that Enfocus users have, for over 10 years, regarded the company's personnel and each other as friends--even family--first and professionals second.

Further details about the company's "You First" campaign will be available in a separate press release.

 

 

 

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