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Unisource Starbrite Brand Promotes Lakeshore Foundation

Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Press release from the issuing company

Unisource Worldwide, Inc., one of the largest privately held companies in the United States and provider of a comprehensive suite of customer solutions, has published an exciting and heartrending new printed promotion – "10 Things You Can't Do" – for its popular Starbrite Opaque brand. This impressive 12" x 17" printed piece reveals inspiring images and stories of the athletes and their trainers at the Lakeshore Foundation.

The Lakeshore Foundation is a non-profit 501c3 organization promoting independence for persons with physically disabling conditions by providing them with realistic opportunities to pursue active, healthy lifestyles.  

The "10 Things You Can't Do" printed promotion explodes with vivid custom photography, showcasing unique printing techniques that demonstrate the quality and versatility of Unisource's popular uncoated Starbrite Opaque paper. This well-known brand is recognized throughout the print and design community for its versatility and outstanding performance.

"The athletes and team members at the Lakeshore Foundation are truly exceptional individuals who continue to inspire everyone," said Ed Farley, Senior Vice President, Marketing and Corporate Communications for Unisource. "Unisource is proud to once again partner with the Lakeshore Foundation to share their compelling stories of bravery, brilliantly demonstrated by these special individuals and their trainers who have defeated the odds and overcome the impossible."

Visit www.10ThingsUCantdo.com to order a copy of Unisource's "10 Things You Can't Do" printed promotion.

 

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