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Digital Color Imaging, Inc. Completes Renovation of Communications Facility

Press release from the issuing company

AKRON, Ohio--March 20, 2007-- Digital Color Imaging, a wholly owned subsidiary of DSI Direct Sales, Inc., and a leader in print communications and digital asset management, announced today the completion of significant renovations to their facility located at 225 West Bartges Street in Akron, Ohio. This project concludes the final phase of an aggressive capital building project undertaken over two years ago. Originally constructed in 2002 by telecom giant Sprint Nextel Corporation with a massive communication infrastructure, the facility was never occupied. DSI purchased the 38,000 square foot building and five-acre campus in October of 2004 to become the world headquarters for Digital Color Imaging. Digital Color Imaging's CEO, David Welner, commented that, "We're committed to staying on the leading edge of print and communication technologies, providing our customers and partners with the knowledge and ability to produce the best possible work, cost-effectively. In the fast-paced visual communications industry, you need resources that will allow you to reinvent your business continually. What we have accomplished is to create a facility that can grow with us as we expand our capabilities with new equipment and the latest technologies. A great workspace is good for our people, too, with added comfort that allows creative inspiration to flow freely. All the pieces are now in place to ensure our services remain best-in-class, and allow us to vastly increase our offerings going forward." Chief Financial Officer, Dr. David Hostelley, CPA, stated that, "When we purchased this building, we were able to reduce our building expense by a third, yet there was very little front office space. Completing this build-out means that now our people are able to have the resources they need to do some of the best work they have ever done, together, and in a great environment."