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Cocodot partners with RPI for lifestyle print invites

Friday, December 03, 2010

Press release from the issuing company

Seattle, WA – RPI, a leader in automated manufacturing and fulfillment for the personalized products market, today announced that it will be the exclusive printer for Cocodot, the popular online greeting and invitation site used by celebrities such as Gwyneth Paltrow and Brooke Shields.  RPI will print and ship orders placed for Cocodot’s new line of eco-friendly printed products that complement its chic, contemporary line of evites and greetings.  Customers can now combine online and printing for upcoming holiday invitations, greetings and announcements using Cocodot’s exclusive designs, some of which allow the incorporation of family photos or other personalized mementos.

“Cocodot now offers a unique option for our customers—the ability to print as well as send our cards online,” noted Shawn Gold, Cocodot CEO. “With RPI as our partner, we’ve made it easy for Cocodot customers to print the cards they have created online, providing the same feeling of high design and environmental consciousness in the recipient.  Plus, we can rely on RPI’s attention to quality and customer service, two hallmarks that Cocodot is known for achieving.”

“Cocodot is all about lifestyle and art, and we’re excited to create the products its customers expect and deserve,” said Rick Bellamy, RPI CEO.  “Our recent investment in technology and streamlined manufacturing process guarantees we will provide high quality product and quick delivery to the customer. We look forward to seeing how Cocodot customers express themselves with the company’s highly unique designs.”

 

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