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Allegra Network Printer Chosen to Debut New PrintMaster Technology

Press release from the issuing company

Orlando, Fla., February 24, 2004 -- Allegra Print & Imaging in Orlando has enhanced its printing and communications services with the addition of a new Heidelberg Printmaster 52 printing press - the first of its kind in the United States. Businesses now can receive commercial-quality print communications, such as marketing materials, annual reports, posters and brochures, while meeting tight deadlines in a cost-effective manner. Business owners Don Snyder and Ken Stoecker were chosen to receive this press based on industry expertise, sales volume, knowledge of technology and the quality of the company's press operators. "We are honored to be the first in the country to own the new Heidelberg press. This is just another way for us to meet the increasing client demand for more sophisticated printing capabilities and high-quality printing solutions," said Snyder. Allegra Print & Imaging in Orlando, opened in 1982, serves more than 600 businesses and organizations. The company features traditional and advanced printing technologies including full-color printing, in-house graphic design services, electronic publishing, digital color output direct from computer disk, on-line file transfer, high speed copying, complete finishing services, mailing services, variable data capabilities, print management solutions and project consulting. "We can complete a project faster than ever," said Snyder. "The new press can print brilliant full-color or two colors on both sides of the paper at the same time. This means quicker turnaround and a more cost-effective way to print for our customers. Clients also will be impressed with the enhanced quality of the press. We truly provide a 'total solution' to our clients' print communications needs." Snyder and Stoecker are known for their innovative business practices and commitment to client service. They belong to the company's international President's Council, which represents the top five percent of Allegra Print & Imaging franchise owners in North America. They are also members of the International Drive Chamber of Commerce and the Orlando Convention and Visitors Bureau. Allegra Network, with nearly 500 locations in North America and Japan, supports seven brands including Allegra Print & Imaging, American Speedy Printing, Instant Copy, Insty-Prints, Quik Print, Speedy Printing and Zippy Print. The company is ranked the best in its industry and the 20th fastest growing franchise according to Entrepreneur Magazine (2003). Allegra Network was also rated the 54th best franchise in the Franchise 500 based on the company's financial strength, stability, growth rate and size. Its independently-owned franchises specialize in full-service print and graphic communications. Principal shareholders include members of Allegra Network management and Domino's Pizza founder and former CEO Thomas S. Monaghan. Allegra Print & Imaging in Orlando is located at 4498 South Vineland Road. For more information, call (407) 246-1567 or visit the company's Web site at www.allegranetwork.com/orlando.