Staples Copy & Print Centers Launch New Design Services
Press release from the issuing company
FRAMINGHAM, Mass.--Sept. 25, 2006-- Staples, the world's largest office products company, is making it easy for businesses of any size to tap into the creativity and expertise of professional designers to bring their materials to life. Staples today announced the launch of its new Staples Design Services to provide professionally designed documents - including flyers, brochures, announcements, invitations, customized business cards, letterhead, resumes and postcards - to make a lasting impression. Available from the Copy & Print Center (CPC) of any Staples retail store location, Staples Design Services allows customers to bring in sketches, sticky notes or rough drafts of their documents to create a professional looking document for immediate use.
"Staples CPC continues to expand our services beyond copy and print to include new capabilities in document design and creation," said Robert Schlacter, Vice President of Business Development at Staples. "Whether you're a large or small business owner, looking polished is now as easy as visiting your local Staples store. Customers simply bring in their concept, text and visuals. They will have the ability to review and approve the proof to produce their document in exactly they way they want it. And, to make things even easier, Staples will recommend printing and finishing options."
Staples Copy & Print Centers offer full-service copying and printing services with a 100 percent quality guarantee. Signature services include digital color copying, printing of customized letterhead, envelopes and business cards, lamination and various binding capabilities. Additional services include wide format color printing capabilities for high quality photo enlargements, posters, signs and banners. For added convenience, customers can also visit the online Staples Copy & Print Center at www.staples.com to upload digital files and submit print and copy jobs to any store location. Visit the Staples web site for a complete list of store locations.
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