PrintBITS: August 2013

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Six Myths of Printing

 SIX COMMON MYTHS OF PRINTING

First its a rumor heard by one person, then it spreads like wildfire until you’re not sure what is truth and what is false. This misinformation about the printing industry can lead to missed opportunities which in turn can hurt your business and cost you money. Here are 6 very common misconceptions about the printing industry explained by industry professionals, client surveys, and industry research.

Read how the printing industry breaks the mold —>>  


Farm to Table Dinner

Erie County Historical Society: Farm to Table Dinner Invitation

Focusing on the Historic Farmhouse in Girard, we used the themes of the regional locations and openness to express the ideas behind the Farm to Table Dinner Event. The very first of many Farm to Table Dinners in Erie was hosted in an expansive field adjacent to the oldest and most magnificient of farm houses in the region, the Erie County Historical Society’s Historic Farmhouse in Girard.

Read how we created the unique invitation using all digital methods —>>


Rick Plonski

Meet Rick Plonski: Customer Service and Estimation

Rick Plonski joined the Printing Concepts team in August to assist us in all things Customer Service, from purchasing, project estimating, to helping clients with their projects as they come through our production floor. Rick has been in the printing business for many years, and brings with him a sense of community with Erie and a new perspective for our company.

We asked Rick a few questions about his experiences in the printing industry and what his recent move to Printing Concepts means to him, and for us.

Read what Rick Plonski says about his move to PCI —>>


Thank you for reading The Printing Myths Edition of PrintBITS: The Printing Concepts Newsletter.

We appreciate your interest in direct mail marketing and print production, and we would like to hear from you. If you would like to read more about a certain topic or have an interest in a specific article, please contact us at 814-833-8080.

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