Alexandria, VA – March 25, 2004 – It will take a combination of superior historical knowledge and plain old luck for one document industry distributor at the 2004 Print Solutions Expo to win the Grand Prize in the Major League Manufacturer Promotion—two tickets to a World Series game plus hotel.
The 2004 Print Solutions Conference & Expo, named The Fall Classic this year, is the annual meeting of the independent segment of the document industry. It is sponsored by the Document Management Industries Association and will be in Chicago Oct 5-7.
From now through September participating independent document industry manufacturers will be asking World Series trivia questions. The questions will appear in direct mail campaigns and email bulletins promoting new products, services and programs that these exhibitors will be introducing at The Fall Classic.
To be included in a drawing for the tickets and hotel, a distributor must answer all questions correctly. Then they must have each answer verified and certified during the Expo in the booth of the manufacturer who sponsored the question.
"We plan to give this promotion great visibility," said Debbie Ayres, Vice President of Marketing for DMIA. "Working with participating manufacturers, the Major League Manufacturer Promotion will be publicized in an integrated marketing campaign using direct mail, print advertising, email and public relations."
DMIA is the trade association representing the independent segment of the document industry. The suppliers, manufacturers, and distributors who form the industry work together as equal partners in the Association. The independent segment of the document industry controls over one half the production and distribution ofdocuments and related products and services in North America. For more information on DMIA or The Fall Classic, go to www.dmia.org. This year's Conference and Expo will be held at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center, Rosemont, Ill., October 5-7.
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