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Two Online Printers Pop Up: PrintingPages.com and KoolPrint

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July 30, 2003 -- (WhatTheyThink.com) -- Two online print providers announced upgrades and new plans yesterday. Jayson Dubin, noted in his announcement as a “former sales executive at Yahoo in Florida” announced the launch of PrintingPages.com. The company plans to offer the “lowest prices in the industry, flexibility for custom orders and one-on-one customer service. The site expects to quickly make a mark in the growing online printing industry.” PrintingPages.com targets graphic designers and do-it-yourself business owners and claims to accept artwork in nearly every graphic format. "We are absolutely committed to offering the lowest prices online," said Dubin. "We believe that our 'better, faster and cheaper' business model will be welcomed by our target clients." PrintingPages.com plans to distribute more than 20,000 direct mail pieces to graphic designers and marketing managers during the next six weeks and has already purchased printing-related keywords on search engines such as Google and Yahoo. Another online effort, KoolPrint, announced yesterday that it would offer free professional graphic designing with printing for only the price of printing. KoolPrint says that companies like “General Motors, P&G and CitiGroup join the smallest one-man outfits to mid-sized mom and pop companies who have switched over to KoolPrint.”

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