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Jacqueline Dunn Promoted at Bartash Printing

Monday, September 08, 2008

Press release from the issuing company

(September 06, 2008) Sidney Simon, owner of Bartash Printing, a leading manufacturer of magazines, newspapers, and niche publications, announced today that the company has promoted Jacqueline Dunn to the position of Sales Executive. A 2006 graduate of Temple University's Fox School of Business, with a degree in Marketing, Ms. Dunn is a member of the American Marketing Association, the eWomen Network, and Sales & Marketing Executives of the Graphic Arts Association (GAA) of the Delaware Valley.

Jacquie Dunn has been a valued team member at Bartash since 2001, where she began her career as an Assistant to the Director of Transportation. While attending Temple University she was promoted to the role of Marketing Manager, where she worked closely with Bartash's senior management and sales team. "Moving into full-time sales was the next logical step for me," said Ms. Dunn, "I'm excited about contributing to Bartash's continuing growth, and expansion into new methods of digital distribution."  "Bartash Printing has grown from $5 million in 1994, to 2007 sales in excess of $45 million through the resourcefulness of its sales force and a company-wide commitment to strong customer service. Jacquie exemplifies both those traits," said Eric Roberts, Director of Sales at Bartash. General Manager Ed Yucis stated that, "Jacquie Dunn brings a fresh outlook to changing technologies in the traditional publishing industry. Her ability to find creative approaches for client recruitment and relationship building has proven a real asset to our clients and the company."




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