Sandy Alexander Opens Pacific Northwest Regional Office, Alan Grossberg Appointed VP
Press release from the issuing company
Clifton, NJ - December 8, 2008 - Sandy Alexander, a national leader in environmentally responsible graphic communications solutions, announced the appointment of Alan Grossberg as vice president of its newly opened Pacific Northwest regional office in Seattle, WA.
Mr. Grossberg joined Sandy Alexander following an extremely successful career that began in 1977 at George Rice & Sons in Los Angeles. Subsequent to his tenure with George Rice & Sons, Mr. Grosssberg held senior management positions with Graphic Press, Cenveo/Graphic Arts Center and, most recently, Lithographix. He is a graduate of the University of Southern California.
According to Michael Graff, president of Sandy Alexander, "We are excited and fortunate to have a graphic arts professional of Alan's caliber join us. In addition to being charged with developing our business in the northwest region, Alan will also have responsibility for several major national accounts." Mr. Grossberg added, "There are very few companies that can provide the highest quality product across the high-end commercial, in-line finishing/direct mail and digital markets the way Sandy Alexander can. I am delighted to have the opportunity to work with Sandy and look forward to being part of such a successful organization."
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