Douglas Parks Named Client Services Specialist of e-LYNXX Corporation
Press release from the issuing company
HAMBERSBURG, PA (November 24, 2008) Douglas Parks has been named client services specialist for Government Print Management, a service offering of e-LYNXX Corporation, the leading print management firm in the United States.
"Doug has established himself as a highly respected expert in the government print market and is called upon daily to assist printers as they seek to win profitable work from the U. S. Government Printing Office and state and local agencies," said Maxine Gindlesperger, chief administrative officer of e-LYNXX. "His depth of knowledge about how to work within the government structure provides enormous benefit to our clients."
Government Print Management is the e-LYNXX division that works with print suppliers to gain U. S. Government Printing Office (GPO) and other government work. The most active printers that support GPO are clients of Government Print Management.
Parks joined e-LYNXX after having been a production manager and customer service manager at Tab Books and director of purchasing for McGraw-Hill, Inc. He began his career in the print industry in 1970.
He has served as vice president and president of the National Association of Purchasing Managers, Western Maryland Chapter. In the community, Parks serves on the boards of directors of the Waynesboro YMCA and the Waynesboro Family History Center.
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