GLENDALE, CA, September 17, 2007 – With the sounds of the latest and greatest artists in the background, the 4over dancers groove to the hits. A crowd gathers of no less then 150 people at any given time for them to enjoy the sights and sounds. What can one say - trade shows are NOT boring!
Their third appearance at Graph Expo, 4over took the trade show experience to the next level. From the minute the crowds entered McCormick Place they began to notice the countless banners that dominated the main lobby and the 4over inserts that tens of thousands of people had around their necks. Upon arrival at the booth, 4over entertained the many visitors with the sights and sounds of Las Vegas Showgirl performances while enjoying a few hands of casino games, whereupon raffles were drawn and winners received iPhones, iPod nanos, shuffles, and digital cameras.
A very successful convention, 4over educated the crowds on the significance of a super trade printer in the print industry today. 4over’s highly trained team members met and welcomed visitors from all over the nation, helping them answer any questions crossed their minds. Visitors came along to learn about the latest offerings including Metallics Unlimited and Uncoated 80 lb cover.
An anticipated crowd pleaser was the announcement of 4over’s new state-of-the-art east coast production facility in Dayton, Ohio. The facility will be fully operational by the end of the year, assisting the needs of customers in the Midwest, East Coast and Southern regions. It will cut turnaround times by nearly half and put a serious cut on shipping costs.
As the revolution continues, 4over also announced Diz4Biz Version 2.0, to be released in the near future. The site, under the customer’s full control will have more then 250 updates, making it simpler for users to work with. Continuing with the three previous steps; Register, Choose a template, Upload, it continues to be that easy. Look out for additional updates.
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