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Navitor Announces the Addition of New 2000 PLUS® Stamp Features

Friday, March 20, 2015

Press release from the issuing company

North Mankato, Minn. - Minnesota-based leader in wholesale printing announces new features for their selection of 2000 PLUS® self-inking stamps. 

Navitor, located in North Mankato, MN, is pleased to announce the addition of new features in the popular 2000 PLUS® line of personalized self-inking stamps.

Navitor’s selection of new 2000 PLUS® Standard Printer Series stamps will include a clear base which allows for more accurate impression placement.

Another feature of these new stamps is the ability to personalize them with new ImageCards™, giving the stamp a unique appearance. Each stamp ships with an invitation to an image design studio on the 2000 PLUS® website. This site includes free ImageCard™ templates that can be designed and printed from home.

"We are so excited to offer the newly-designed 2000 PLUS stamp to our customers,” says Chris Wiederkehr, Business Development Manager for Navitor Stamps. “They are great for business promotion or for just personalizing a desk. The initial feedback has been overwhelmingly positive. Customers keep saying they haven't seen something this unique and fun in the stamp market for a long time."

The new features come alongside the existing features of the 2000 PLUS® stamp line, including five available ink colors, six available impression sizes, and built in Microban® antimicrobial protection.

More information about Navitor and the company’s complete selection of stamps, daters, and embossers can be found at Navitor.com.


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