VALHALLA, N.Y., December 2003 – Al Eddy will take a new post with Enovation Graphic Systems, Inc, the company announced today. Eddy will be responsible for overseeing corporate communications in his new role as national corporate communications manager.
Enovation Graphic Systems, Inc. is the premiere distributor to the graphic communications industry and represents a variety of best-in-class manufacturers and suppliers.
In his new position, Eddy will work closely with Enovation’s marketing group to maintain the brand through the company’s advertising and marketing efforts. Eddy will also be responsible for issuing announcements concerning corporate activities and personnel matters.
“We’re pleased to have Al take on these new responsibilities,” says Steve Bennett, vice president of product marketing and communications. “As Enovation continues to establish its place in the graphic communications industry, Al will play a key role for our company.”
Eddy is a 40-year veteran of the printing and publishing industry and he began his career in advertising and marketing while in high school. After college and a tour of duty with the U.S. Army in Vietnam, Eddy spent nearly 10 years in the graphic arts trade before beginning a marketing and sales career with several major graphic arts manufacturers and distributors.
Eddy joined the former Graphic Systems Division of Fujifilm in 1985 as a sales representative and advanced to the position of marketing development manager for programs and promotions. Eddy joined Enovation in October 2001 and is located in the company’s Valhalla, N.Y. headquarters.
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