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Brown Printing Extends and Expands Relationship with Future US

Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Press release from the issuing company

Brown Printing Company announced that it has signed a multiyear, multimillion dollar agreement with Future US Inc. to supply manufacturing and distribution solutions for 20 of its titles and specials. This agreement expands the existing relationship, maintaining Brown’s position as Future’s top print supplier.

Under the agreement, Brown will continue to produce 19 different market-leading titles and specials including Official Xbox Magazine, PlayStation: The Official Magazine, Nintendo Power, PC Gamer, Guitar World, Maximum PC and Mac|Life. The agreement also expands Future and Brown’s relationship with the addition of Revolver magazine which will begin production at Brown’s Woodstock, IL facility in January of 2012.

“Future US is delighted to extend our relationship with Brown Printing,” stated Michael Hollister, Production Director at Future US Inc. “Over the past several years, they have been and remain an outstanding solution provider. Brown Printing services are top notch, ranging from high-quality manufacturing and distribution to exceptional customer service and a willingness to go the extra mile.”

“For over fifteen years we have worked to deliver valuable solutions to Future, and are proud to extend and grow this partnership,” explained Larry Hawkey, Executive Vice President Publications at Brown Printing. “We are excited to continue to be Future’s key supplier for printing and distributing their content to millions of young, active, affluent and highly influential individuals every month.”


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