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New NAPL/NAQP website gives visitors expanded content and easy navigation

Press release from the issuing company

Paramus, N.J. - The National Association for Printing Leadership (NAPL)  has launched a new information-rich website, www.napl.org, featuring the Association's latest innovative business-building solutions in a clear, user-friendly format. The new site, which incorporates information from both the previous NAPL and NAQP websites, has a dramatic new design that is intuitive and easy to navigate for both frequent users and occasional visitors, providing a consistent entry to ongoing programs and services while showcasing special events.

In addition to rapid access to NAPL's WorkPlan for Success, Management Plus, Performance Indicators, and other popular programs, the new site makes it easy to link to social media sites such as Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube, and Twitter. Frequently updated blogs by NAPL staff experts, offering visitors valuable perspective on issues that matter to them and their businesses, and information on upcoming NAPL events, studies, products, and services are also featured. The new site represents the second major revision of the Association's website, which was first launched on July 14, 1995, as one of the industry's earliest Internet destinations.

"We are proud to introduce our new website, www.napl.org." said Joseph P. Truncale, NAPL President and Chief Executive Officer. "It adds exciting new features, new content, and easier navigation, reflecting our overriding commitment to provide multiple opportunities for our members and companies throughout our industry to receive and exchange information that will help them grow their business."

"Our members were our focus during the entire process of developing this new website." said Cindy Woods, NAPL Senior Vice President, Marketing "Our primary goal was to give them quick and easy access to the wide range of NAPL programs, services, and information that can help them advance the aims of their organizations. We believe we have succeeded and welcome their feedback as we continue to add new sections over the next 60 days."