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PrintingForLess.com Launches Acquisition Program

Thursday, February 02, 2012

Press release from the issuing company

The National Association for Printing Leadership (NAPL) announced today that PrintingForLess.com (“PFL”), a recognized leader in printing and e-commerce, has retained NAPL to assist in its growth by acquisition program. “We engaged NAPL because of its expertise in merger and acquisitions in the printing and graphic communications industry,” said Andrew Field, PFL Chief Executive Officer.

PFL is a rapidly expanding commercial printer and is seeking additional revenue growth through the acquisition of select companies with strong customer relationships among small business users of sheetfed or digital printing, as well as mailing and fulfillment.

The company has been featured in numerous national publications, including The Wall Street JournalThe New York TimesThe Los Angeles TimesHarvard Business ReviewFortune, and Forbes magazine. In 1999, PFL launched the first U.S. e-commerce site for full-line commercial printing. Over the past 15 years, it has grown into a nationally acclaimed industry leader, yet maintains a home town, high-touch customer service philosophy.

John Hyde, Senior Vice President of NAPL and head of the Association’s Mergers & Acquisitions Team, commented, “PFL is breaking new ground in printing industry M&A by seeking to attract small company owners with an alternative to consolidating with their local competition. It is an ideal acquirer, especially for owners in remote locations who are facing succession planning challenges but do not have nearby M&A alternatives.”


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