NEENAH, Wis.--Oct. 21, 2004-- At its annual meeting held yesterday, shareholders of Outlook Group Corp. re-elected directors Joseph J. Baksha and James L. Dillon to three-year terms expiring in 2007.
At the meeting, Joseph J. Baksha, president and chief operating officer of Outlook Group, presented an update on the company's operations and discussed its strategy to focus on securing long-term contracts. Baksha highlighted a number of new arrangements and potential long-term projects, including one particularly significant potential opportunity. If all of these potential projects were finalized, they could amount to additional annual sales of up to approximately $8 to $14 million. There can be no assurance, however, that any or all of these agreements will be completed.
"Outlook Group's strategy to focus on long-term supply chain management solutions adds both financial and employment stability to our company," Baksha said.
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