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Boston Print Buyers to Kick Off 2007 with New Year Networking Party

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December 5, 2006, Chestnut Hill, MA - Boston Print Buyers (BPB) announced that its first event following its highly successful Boston Print Buyers Conference held in November will be a special New Year Networking Party to take place from 6 to 8:30 pm on Wednesday, January 10, 2007, at the Millennium Bostonian Hotel in Boston. This event is designed to help professional print buyers make new business connections, identify new resources, and have a great time mingling with their colleagues. The New Year Networking Party will be devoted exclusively to giving members, guests, and print providers the opportunity to socialize and make new connections with each other. In addition to friendly networking, this special meeting will offer attendees the chance to get the answers to their printing questions with 30 minutes of "Open Mic Night." Attendees will be invited to take the mic and ask questions, or, alternatively, they can submit questions ahead of time and have BPB's Margie Dana ask the questions for them. So, if you have questions like: -- "I'm new to financial printing - are there other buyers here I can talk to about it?" -- "Who has a great small printer to recommend?" -- "My boss thinks I ought to buy my own paper. Can somebody help me convince him otherwise?" -- "Is anyone using recycled paper for books and catalogues? Can we talk?" then the BPB New Year Networking Party is where you need to be to get 2007 off to a great start. This networking format, which differs from the usual company-sponsored educational component, will combine the fun, friendly and high-spirited atmosphere that defines BPB events to help print customers find exactly what they need when it comes to printing and the graphic arts. Register Online Today! Everyone is welcome, including buyers, designers, printers, and other print service providers. At least half of the tickets will be reserved for print customers. Tickets cost $25 for BPB members, $55 for nonmembers and include delicious hors d'oeuvres and a cash bar. So, printers - invite your best customers, and buyers and designers - invite your favorite printers! Attendance is limited to 100, so don't delay. Register online at http://www.bostonprintbuyers.com/events/index.html. (You can write down your questions on the registration form if you'd like Margie to ask them for you.) For additional information, contact BPB at [email protected]