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Hall Takes Post as Marketing Manager for Fujifilm e-Graphics

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HANOVER PARK, Ill. (January 31, 2002) — Shellie Hall, a 20-year veteran of the graphic arts industry, has taken the position of Marketing Manager for Fujifilm e-Graphics, a division of Fuji Photo Film, U.S.A., Inc. Fujifilm e-Graphics was recently created and is dedicated to providing Internet applications for the graphic arts community. "Shellie’s experience in the graphic arts industry and her background as a graphic designer give her a keen insight into where this industry is now and where it’s headed in the future," said David Murray, director of sales and marketing of Fujifilm e-Graphics. "She’s an excellent advocate of new technologies, such as myfujifilm.com, that will help our industry be more profitable and more productive." Prior to joining Fujifilm e-Graphics, Hall was the national solutions account manager for Sprockets.com, an online platform of services to promote team collaboration for various marketing efforts. Hall also worked at Capps Digital and was the company’s liaison to Leo Burnett and responsible for ensuring that all of the creative personnel was trained in a variety of Macintosh software applications. Hall also has an extensive background in the printing industry, including positions at RR Donnelley & Sons, where she was a technical specialist, and Impressions (a division of Uarco), where Hall worked as a prepress specialist and coordinator. She is now charged with creating market awareness for myfujifilm.com, which is Fujifilm e-Graphics’ new e-production solution geared toward small- to medium-sized printers looking to streamline their business processes. "The Fujifilm name is synonymous with quality, dedication and trust – and myfujifilm.com is no different. It’s an effective e-production tool that will help the graphic arts community be more productive and more profitable while providing their customers the next generation of cross-media publishing tools," added Hall.