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HAPSCO Design and Printing Announces Several Staff Changes

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HARRISBURG, Pa., July 29 -- HAPSCO Design and Printing Services, Inc., of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, today announced several staff changes reflecting the firm's enhanced capabilities. Sandy Shirk has been promoted to director of HAPSCO. She has 20 years' experience in graphic design, print production, photography, sales, advertising, and customer service. For the past nine years, Shirk has held a number of positions with HAPSCO, including art department, billing, operations, and customer service supervisor; and account specialist. During her tenure, HAPSCO's outside revenue has enjoyed double-digit growth. Shirk is a resident of Leola, Pennsylvania. Keith Hoffman has been promoted to Production Supervisor. Hoffman has been in the graphics and printing industry for nearly three decades, and he has been with HAPSCO since 1994. He has extensive experience as a pressman and pressroom supervisor, and he is proficient in all areas of print production technology, including 2- and 4-color sheet-fed presses and 4- and 5-color web presses. Hoffman is a resident of Dauphin, Pennsylvania. Beth Feltenberger has joined HAPSCO as customer service representative and estimator. Feltenberger has 20 years' experience in print production management using both sheet-fed and web-offset technologies, graphic design and desktop publishing, pre-press, and scheduling. Feltenberger is a resident of Middletown, Pennsylvania. About HAPSCO Design and Printing HAPSCO is a full-service firm that provides cost-effective, agency-level graphic design and printing services for small- to medium-sized professional organizations. HAPSCO's printing capabilities include one-to-four-color printing as well as full finishing. HAPSCO's work includes newsletters, brochures, booklets, annual reports, stationery, forms, and annual conference materials. HAPSCO also offers high-volume digital copying, inventory management services, and the advantage of a single-source vendor. In 2002, HAPSCO was one of only 28 graphics arts firms nationwide to be recognized with a Silver Award for management excellence from the National Association for Printing Leadership (NAPL). The award from NAPL was based on how performance levels in select categories compare to industry standards and to competitors of similar size and characteristics. Contest entrants were judged in nine key areas: internal control systems; financial performance; marketing/sales plan; business planning; human resources; environmental/safety concerns; quality control; community/industry affairs and vendor relations. NAPL is a trade association representing the $88 billion commercial printing industry.

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