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Merisel to combine East and West Coast operations

Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Press release from the issuing company

New York - Creating the nation's largest graphics imaging company, Merisel today announced the combining of its East Coast and West Coast operations to become Coloredge New York . Los Angeles. Merging these two business units into a single, industry leading brand, Coloredge New York . Los Angeles will continue the company's positive momentum.

In a strategic business approach, and building on a strong client base nationwide, Coloredge New York . Los Angeles is strengthening its market position for the future. The company's network will continue to provide unmatched scale, geographic reach and industry leading production capability.

"Our leadership within the industry is strong and evident; making this strategic change will only enhance our brand strength and is paramount to our continued growth and success," said Don Uzzi, CEO and president, Coloredge New York . Los Angeles.

With approximately 210,000 square feet of state-of-the-art production facilities, Coloredge New York . Los Angeles has unmatched production capacity coast to coast. Leveraging these facilities provides clients with optimal production schedules and distribution plans for every project. Operating the latest in leading-edge printing technology, Coloredge produces superior quality graphics for an unparalleled range of solutions, from specialized retail displays and high-end exhibit graphics to tradeshow graphics and outdoor marketing applications.

 

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