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Print Art Releases Limited Edition ThinkBook

Friday, October 28, 2011

Press release from the issuing company

Print Art, Inc. (www.print-art.net), announces the release of its personalized ThinkBook, an idea book developed to inspire creative thinking. Designed and created by Print Art, each spiral-bound ThinkBook starts with a fresh canvas and invites its owner to sketch out ideas, jot down thoughts, or doodle an image. The world’s most profound ideas all have one thing in common: each started with a blank sheet of paper. In fact, the book’s concept is best conveyed by its inscription, "The infinite possibilities of the blank page."

The simple, yet effective design is engaging and allows the ThinkBook to be whatever its owner wants it to be. It’s also an extension of the way Print Art sees its businessbelieving there is great potential in everyone. The ThinkBook furthers the company’s vision by creating a medium to cultivate that potential and capture the infinite possibilities in all of us. Each ThinkBook comes with the first of four personalized bookmarks bearing an insightful message. Owners can look forward to receiving new bookmarks throughout the year.

"The ThinkBook idea was born from a deep focus on our own company culture," says Print Art CEO Carl Blase. “We all have great ideas, and the ThinkBook gives us the opportunity to express them.” ThinkBooks were distributed to Print Art employees in early September with rousing success. A similar response has already been seen from customers who have received them. “Inspiring each other and our customers is what we do best. It creates a level of collaboration where possibilities are endless.”

Print Art has created a discussion board on the company’s website where customers and employees are invited to connect and share how they are using their ThinkBooks. ThinkBook owners can sign in and post comments and pictures in what Print Art hopes will truly be a collaborative, interactive and inspiring experience. Visit www.print-art.net/thinkbook to join the conversation and check out what ThinkBook owners are saying.


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