Print 13 Announces Winner of Fastbind Workstation Giveaway
Wednesday, October 09, 2013
Press release from the issuing company
Attendees Explored New Photo Finish Pavilion and Vied for Chance to Win Complete Binding System Valued at $5,000
Reston, VA - PRINT 13 has announced David Thompson, Production Manager, American Color Imaging in Waterloo, Iowa, as the winner of the special show floor giveaway, a complete Case Express Workstation valued at $5,000, provided courtesy of a leading provider of binding and casemaking machines and supplies, Fastbind. Leading up to and throughout PRINT 13 and co-located CPP EXPO, held September 8-12 in Chicago's McCormick Place, show goers were invited to participate in the drawing by visiting Fastbind's booth and mentioning the "PRINT 13 Binding System Giveaway" to be automatically entered for a chance to win.
Mr. Thompson was among the scores of photo imagers, photo retailers, commercial printers and other industry print pros from among 12 key market segments who came to the global event to see and "test drive" the year's very latest innovations, new applications, products and services. The giveaway contest was one of the many show floor highlights that included among the 13 show floor sections and features the debut of the new "Photo Finish-The Photo Imaging Pavilion," sponsored by Photo Imaging News.
The complete Fastbind Case Express Workstation included: a Fastbind BooXTer Mini Photo book binder; 14" Tamerica Hot roll laminator with 500' Soft touch film; LumaPix fotofusion photobook design software; Fastbind supplies for 50 custom printed hard covers; 2 year warranty on all Fastbind machines; free installation, lifetime support and training via Skype; plus free shipping.
According to Kent Dalzell, President, Fastbind, "This package has all the 'bells and whistles.' With this new complete versatile and compact system, David can start making profitable custom hard cover photo books today!"
For more information, visit: www.print2013.com.
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