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MCS Wins Award for Its Quarterly "MCS News"

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Gaithersburg, MD - MCS, Inc., a leader in industrial and mailing inkjet technology has received an award from the Mailing & Fulfillment Service Association (MFSA) for its quarterly newsletter, "MCS News". The Award is part of the annual MFSA Awards For Excellence program. This year the winners were announced on July 1, 2006 at the Annual Conference and EXPO held in Boston, MA. MCS News is an eight page newsletter with timely articles for the mailing industry and commonly features customer case studies, industry trends, how-to features and trade show highlights. With a light and informal tone, the newsletter is an effective way for MCS to communicate with seven thousand key professionals in the direct mail industry. The newsletter was started in 1994 and originally published without a formal schedule. When asked about the impetus to start the newsletter, MCS' President David Loos commented, "We try to meet one-on-one with our customers at industry events such as MFSA meetings and the MailCom trade shows - and the newsletter is a great way to keep the conversation going throughout the rest of the year." With growing popularity and positive feedback from customers, MCS started publishing quarterly in 2005. And now, with the award from the MFSA, more readers will get acquainted with MCS News. David Loos added, "The MFSA is one of the best respected organizations in the mailing industry. We are grateful to have them recognize our work." The content for "MCS News" is entirely researched and written in-house. Hilliary Elleman, Marketing Communications Manager serves as editor, and the contributions come from Regional Sales Managers, Service Technicians as well as the President, David Loos. Utilizing the MCS staff for the articles helps the company keep in touch with the many organizations it has connections with.

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