Visual Systems Donates Supplies to Milwaukee Area Schools
Press release from the issuing company
MILWAUKEE – June 3, 2002 - Visual Systems, Inc., a company that specializes in the production of overhead transparencies for educational and supplemental textbooks, recently donated more than 400,000 sheets of overhead transparency material with a value in excess of $25,000 to schools in Milwaukee and its surrounding communities.
"This donation was made as part of Visual Systems’ longstanding belief in giving back to our community," said Jeff Burg, marketing manager for Visual Systems. "We’re happy to assist local teachers as they continue to provide children with educational excellence."
Founded in 1961, Visual Systems is a leading book components, overhead transparency and ancillary products supplier for educational textbook and supplemental publishers in the United States. The company provides the educational publishing market with a variety of visual communication products, including: book components, binders, textbook inserts, CD Rom packaging, overhead transparencies, supplemental workbooks, teaching aids, lenticular promotional products (3-D and motion), on-demand printing and slide duplication.
To learn more about Visual Systems’ donation, please call (414) 464-8333 or visit the Internet at www.visualsystemsinc.com.
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