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RPI Hires Stacy Shipp as EVP to Lead Corporate Communications Business in Atlanta

Monday, January 05, 2015

Press release from the issuing company

SEATTLE - RPI, providers of personalized print services for businesses around the world, today announced that Stacy Shipp has been hired as executive vice president of RPI-Atlanta.

Shipp will be responsible for managing and growing the company’s operations in Atlanta, which service some of the world’s largest brands through technology-based print on demand solutions, print marketing and business collateral services.

“Stacy is a great addition to our strong team in Atlanta, and I’m thrilled to have his talents on the executive committee,” said Rick Bellamy, chief executive officer of RPI. “We have enjoyed steady growth in our corporate communications business. Stacy’s strong background in sales and working closely with Fortune 500 companies will help us continue our momentum, while expanding our solutions that build brands through the power of personalized print.”

Prior to joining RPI, Shipp worked for 23 years at Standard Register Company in sales, sales management and business development across the southeast.  During his time at Standard Register, Shipp developed a number of Fortune 100 accounts and helped open new territories and strategic accounts that accelerated the company’s growth rates.

Shipp holds an MBA from Kennesaw State University and continues to work part-time in the university’s Executive MBA program, where he lectures on the topics of sales management, negotiation, business planning and high performance teaming.

 

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