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New Products and Catalogs Added to Navitor Line

Friday, August 21, 2015

Press release from the issuing company

North Mankato, Minn. - Minnesota-based leader in wholesale printing announces new products, new catalogs.

Navitor, a leader in wholesale printing based in North Mankato, Minnesota, is pleased to announce new products added to their Badges and Signage and Folders product lines. These products are debuting in the new Education Catalog, Badges and Signage Catalog, and Architectural Signage Catalog.

New stadium and banner products debuting in the Education Catalog include noisemaking BamBams® and Fan Fans. Colorful rally hands and fan letters are intended to be used to add color to the stands at sports events, and mesh banners feature a permeable stock that was created with outdoor use in mind.

Newly available in the Badges and Signage Catalog are bling badges. These badges feature full color print and rhinestones. Mesh banners and fan letters are also featured in this catalog.

According to Cindy Puent, Director of Business Development and Marketing, the response to the new Badges and Signage Catalog has already been positive.  “Due to new equipment purchases, we are excited to be able to offer better pricing at quantity price breaks and free set up. Our customers have really appreciated it, and we’ve been overwhelmed with the positive response from customers so far.”

Navitor has also expanded its product offering of architectural signs, an extension of their badge and sign selection. With signage options selected to reflect the needs of contractors, ranging from ADA compliant signage to outdoor signage for use on office buildings or manufacturing sites.

 

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