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America’s Abundant Forests

America’s Abundant Forests

Q: Are America’s forests in danger???

A: Not at all. Because the United States practices reforestation, its forests have actually grown in size over the past century. About one-third of the United States — 747 million acres — is covered with trees. In fact, we have more trees today than we had 70 years ago. And some 4 million more are planted each day. On the nation’s commercial forests, net annual growth exceeds harvests and losses to insects and disease by an impressive 47 percent each year.

Q: How much forestland is actually used for producing timber?

A: 504 million acres of America’s forestland is classified as “timberland,” productive forests capable of growing 20 cubic feet of commercial wood per acre per year. But not all of that is used for timber production.

A portion of that is permanently managed for uses such as recreation, streamside protection, and wildlife. About 52 million acres of U.S. forestland – an area larger than the states of North and South Carolina combined- are set aside by law for non-timber uses, such as parks or wilderness areas. Of the 191 million acres of forestland contained within the National Forest System owned and managed by the federal government, only 49 million acres are available for forest management.

Q: Who owns the nation’s commercial forests?

A: Of the nation’s 504 million acres of timberlands, 146 million acres, or 29 percent, are owned by federal, state and local governments. Fifty-eight percent of these productive woodlands -some 291 million acres- are held by some 10 million individual private landowners. About 67 million acres, or 13 percent of the total commercial timberlands, are owned by the forest products industry.

Managing A Renewable Resource

Q: Why do forest landowners sometimes take all of the trees out of an area?

A: That harvesting system is called “clearcutting” – removing all of the trees from a stand rather than picking and choosing. When compared to other techniques, clearcutting is often the best method for environmental as well as economic reasons. Some seedlings won’t grow in shade, so removing all of the mature trees ensures that enough light can reach new seedlings. Sometimes something calamitous, like a fire or windstorm, a tree disease, or an insect epidemic, requires that damaged trees be removed so that new trees can get a fresh start. And clearcutting requires fewer roads, which minimizes the expense as well as the disturbance to the environment. In each case, the type of harvest method used is dictated by the type of tree being harvested, the soil and terrain, wildlife habitat and the conditions needed to start the next forest.

Q: Do timber companies replant when they cut?

A: Yes. Forest products companies are in the business of growing and harvesting trees, so reforestation is important to them. In fact, more than 91 percent of all trees planted in America during the turn of the 21st Century were planted by forest product companies and private timberland owners. And logging companies pay a special fee for replanting and reforestation when they buy the right to harvest timber on state or national forests.

In some regions of the country, nature itself replants very efficiently. Throughout the Northeast and Lake States for example, foresters often manage harvested areas to promote natural regrowth from sprouting and seeds.

Q: How many trees are planted each year?

A: In 1999, the forestry community planted some 1.7 billion trees in the United States. That’s an average of more than 4 million new trees planted every day – more than 5 new trees a year for every man, woman and child in America.

Caring For The Environment

Q: What is the forest products industry doing to protect environmental quality?

A: The nation’s forest products companies announced their continued commitment to the goal of sustainable forestry through the Sustainable Forestry Initiative® (SFI) Program. Developed by professional foresters, conservationists and scientists, the SFI sm Program combines the perpetual growing and harvesting of trees with the long-term protection of wildlife, plants, soil and water quality. There are currently 107.8 million acres of forestland in North America enrolled in the SFI program, making it North America’s largest sustainable forestry program and among the largest in the world. As a testament to the forest products industry’s strong commitment to the goal of sustainable forestry, participation in the SFI program is a condition of membership in the American Forest & Paper Association (AF&PA) — the national trade association for the forest products and paper industry. 

Q: Are there environmental advantages to using wood products?

A: Yes. Trees are a renewable resource. Most alternative materials come from nonrenewable resources, such as the petrochemicals used in making plastics and the ores used to make aluminum, iron and other metals.

Wood is also the most energy-efficient building material available today. When you compare the total energy costs of different kinds of building material – including the cost to acquire the raw material, transport it, process it into a useful product and then actually use it – wood far outshines its competitors. Steel wall studs require almost 9 times more energy to produce than do wood studs. A brick veneer wall requires 22 times more energy than wood siding, while aluminum siding requires 21 times more energy to produce than does an equivalent wood floor. In addition, forest products are recyclable and biodegradable.

Forest Products Facts

Q: How many people are employed in forestry and in the forest products industry? 

A: Forestry is much more than just logging. About 1.7 million people are directly employed in the planting, growing, managing and harvesting of trees and production of wood and paper products in all 50 states. As many as ten people are involved in the harvesting and milling of one tree.

The forest industry ranks among the top ten manufacturing employers in 42 states, with an annual payroll of about $51 billion. That figures counts only those people directly engaged in the industry, not the many more who indirectly make their living from forest management and forest products.

Q: How many trees does the average American use each year? 

A: Each person uses wood and paper products equivalent to what can be produced from one 18 inch in diameter 100 foot tree every year. And each year, the nation plants more than 5 new trees for each American.

Q: How much wood goes into building our homes?

A: Over 90 percent of all homes in the United States are built with wood-framed walls and roofs. The average single family American home (2,190 square feet) can contain 14,200 board feet of lumber and up to 14,000 square feet of panel products. That includes wood products ranging from structural beams and flooring to the sheathing, trim and panelling. Homebuilding, remodeling and home improvements are collectively the largest single use of lumber and wood products, accounting for about two-thirds of domestic wood-product consumption.

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America’s Abundant Forests

America’s Abundant Forests

Q: Are America’s forests in danger???

A: Not at all. Because the United States practices reforestation, its forests have actually grown in size over the past century. About one-third of the United States — 747 million acres — is covered with trees. In fact, we have more trees today than we had 70 years ago. And some 4 million more are planted each day. On the nation’s commercial forests, net annual growth exceeds harvests and losses to insects and disease by an impressive 47 percent each year.

Q: How much forestland is actually used for producing timber?

A: 504 million acres of America’s forestland is classified as “timberland,” productive forests capable of growing 20 cubic feet of commercial wood per acre per year. But not all of that is used for timber production.

A portion of that is permanently managed for uses such as recreation, streamside protection, and wildlife. About 52 million acres of U.S. forestland – an area larger than the states of North and South Carolina combined- are set aside by law for non-timber uses, such as parks or wilderness areas. Of the 191 million acres of forestland contained within the National Forest System owned and managed by the federal government, only 49 million acres are available for forest management.

Q: Who owns the nation’s commercial forests?

A: Of the nation’s 504 million acres of timberlands, 146 million acres, or 29 percent, are owned by federal, state and local governments. Fifty-eight percent of these productive woodlands -some 291 million acres- are held by some 10 million individual private landowners. About 67 million acres, or 13 percent of the total commercial timberlands, are owned by the forest products industry.

Managing A Renewable Resource

Q: Why do forest landowners sometimes take all of the trees out of an area?

A: That harvesting system is called “clearcutting” – removing all of the trees from a stand rather than picking and choosing. When compared to other techniques, clearcutting is often the best method for environmental as well as economic reasons. Some seedlings won’t grow in shade, so removing all of the mature trees ensures that enough light can reach new seedlings. Sometimes something calamitous, like a fire or windstorm, a tree disease, or an insect epidemic, requires that damaged trees be removed so that new trees can get a fresh start. And clearcutting requires fewer roads, which minimizes the expense as well as the disturbance to the environment. In each case, the type of harvest method used is dictated by the type of tree being harvested, the soil and terrain, wildlife habitat and the conditions needed to start the next forest.

Q: Do timber companies replant when they cut?

A: Yes. Forest products companies are in the business of growing and harvesting trees, so reforestation is important to them. In fact, more than 91 percent of all trees planted in America during the turn of the 21st Century were planted by forest product companies and private timberland owners. And logging companies pay a special fee for replanting and reforestation when they buy the right to harvest timber on state or national forests.

In some regions of the country, nature itself replants very efficiently. Throughout the Northeast and Lake States for example, foresters often manage harvested areas to promote natural regrowth from sprouting and seeds.

Q: How many trees are planted each year?

A: In 1999, the forestry community planted some 1.7 billion trees in the United States. That’s an average of more than 4 million new trees planted every day – more than 5 new trees a year for every man, woman and child in America.

Caring For The Environment

Q: What is the forest products industry doing to protect environmental quality?

A: The nation’s forest products companies announced their continued commitment to the goal of sustainable forestry through the Sustainable Forestry Initiative® (SFI) Program. Developed by professional foresters, conservationists and scientists, the SFI sm Program combines the perpetual growing and harvesting of trees with the long-term protection of wildlife, plants, soil and water quality. There are currently 107.8 million acres of forestland in North America enrolled in the SFI program, making it North America’s largest sustainable forestry program and among the largest in the world. As a testament to the forest products industry’s strong commitment to the goal of sustainable forestry, participation in the SFI program is a condition of membership in the American Forest & Paper Association (AF&PA) — the national trade association for the forest products and paper industry. 

Q: Are there environmental advantages to using wood products?

A: Yes. Trees are a renewable resource. Most alternative materials come from nonrenewable resources, such as the petrochemicals used in making plastics and the ores used to make aluminum, iron and other metals.

Wood is also the most energy-efficient building material available today. When you compare the total energy costs of different kinds of building material – including the cost to acquire the raw material, transport it, process it into a useful product and then actually use it – wood far outshines its competitors. Steel wall studs require almost 9 times more energy to produce than do wood studs. A brick veneer wall requires 22 times more energy than wood siding, while aluminum siding requires 21 times more energy to produce than does an equivalent wood floor. In addition, forest products are recyclable and biodegradable.

Forest Products Facts

Q: How many people are employed in forestry and in the forest products industry? 

A: Forestry is much more than just logging. About 1.7 million people are directly employed in the planting, growing, managing and harvesting of trees and production of wood and paper products in all 50 states. As many as ten people are involved in the harvesting and milling of one tree.

The forest industry ranks among the top ten manufacturing employers in 42 states, with an annual payroll of about $51 billion. That figures counts only those people directly engaged in the industry, not the many more who indirectly make their living from forest management and forest products.

Q: How many trees does the average American use each year? 

A: Each person uses wood and paper products equivalent to what can be produced from one 18 inch in diameter 100 foot tree every year. And each year, the nation plants more than 5 new trees for each American.

Q: How much wood goes into building our homes?

A: Over 90 percent of all homes in the United States are built with wood-framed walls and roofs. The average single family American home (2,190 square feet) can contain 14,200 board feet of lumber and up to 14,000 square feet of panel products. That includes wood products ranging from structural beams and flooring to the sheathing, trim and panelling. Homebuilding, remodeling and home improvements are collectively the largest single use of lumber and wood products, accounting for about two-thirds of domestic wood-product consumption.

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CP’s Internship Program

 

CP Marketing Communications Specialist

 Job responsibilities:

Our overall goal is to increase our online visibility! Our messaging must remain consistent across all social media outlets. Increased visibility is a must! Posts, tweets, website/blog writing and other SM content will be optimized w/ keywords and links.

 Daily activities will include, but not be limited to:

 

  • Facebook

  • Facebook community page will be checked. Interact if necessary. Content will be posted daily with direction and approval.

  • “like” potential and existing customer fan pages and post content with approval.

  • Twitter

  • What is currently trending in the world of print? Research will be conducted using proper hash-tags. Pertinent info will contribute to CP’s overall content. Photos, hyperlinks and other content will be shared w/ approval.

  • Direct messaging existing and potential customers.

  • Daily Tweet, RT etc.

  • Google Blog

  • Pertinent industry news/happenings will be discussed

  • CP success stories, “Piece of the Week” etc.

  • Contribution to content with approval

  • Our goal here is to engage as many people as possible and get them involved in CP’s conversation.

    Columbine E-Mail Newsletter Campaign
    - Candidate will contribute and create unique content, promotions, and happenings in the world of Columbine.
    - We want to increase our existing subscriber list and participation by using indirect and direct marketing efforts.
    - In order to supplement our online efforts, candidate will become familiar with EDDM and Variable Data Direct mailers.

  • Prospecting

  • In addition to leveraging social media as a prospecting tool, candidate will define target industry and formulate associated strategy.

  • 2 quality, well researched leads to be generated daily.

 

Candidate will contribute to strategy development, messaging and design (w/ approval) as it relates to E-mail blasting and various other marketing initiatives.

 Overall Goals (Candidate will participate on an as-needed basis)

  • CP Website: contribute to content, design, functionality etc.

  • Contribution to design and implementation of various marketing materials and associated initiatives.

  • 12 sales calls w/ CP sales representatives.

  • 6 cold calls, resulting from prospecting outlined above

 * Every Thursday @ 9:30am, the selected candidate will be participating in Columbine’s weekly Marketing meeting.  This time is set aside for discussion on successes and failures of active campaigns, brainstorming etc.

Evaluation by CP’s Director of Marketing will take place every Thursday afternoon. The week’s accomplishments and success stories as well as failures and/or struggles will be discussed and addressed appropriately.

Interested in this opportunity??? E-mail Nick @ nflemming@columbineprinting.com with Resume & Cover Letter. Thanks!

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St. Louis Cardinals – Interesting Questions, Facts, & Info.

Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information 

St Louis Cardinals Baseball


  • Who was the first Cardinal to strikeout over 250 batters in a season?

Bob Gibson. Gibson had a stellar year in 1964 by striking out 245, but broke that team record again when he fanned 270 in 1965. He would break his own record again in 1970, by providing the team with 274 K’s in the season. In 1968 and 1970, Gibson well deserved, and won the Cy Young award.

 

  • Who was the first Cardinal pitcher to win 30 games in a season?

 

Dizzy Dean. Dean was the only Cardinal to win 30 games in a season during the 20th century. His record of 30-7 in 1934, earned him the National League MVP honors. He also had 7 saves, along with 195 strikeouts. He retired with a win-loss record of 150-83 over 12 seasons.

 

  • In which ballpark did the Cardinals play in their first season?

 

Robison Field. Robison Field was the Cardinals’ first home in 1900. The franchise started using Robison Field in 1893, when they were called the St.Louis Browns. The Cardinals received a total of 270,000 fans in the 1900 season, 100,000 less than their Perfectos the season before. The Cardinals finished in 5th place.

 

  • What team was the first to skunk the Cardinals, 4 games to 0 in a World Series?

 

New York Yankees. In the Cardinals 2nd World Series appearance in 1928, they fell to the bats of the New York Yankees 4 games to 0. The Cardinals were beaten by no less than 3 runs in each game. Both Lou Gehrig and Babe Ruth hit 3 home runs in the Series, Ruth’s all coming in game 4.

 

  • Who was the first Cardinal to obtain 200 hits in a season?

 

Jesse Burkett. All listed have broken the 200-hit barrier. Burkett was the first in 1901 when he hit 226 for the Cardinals. Jesse batted .376 in that season. Hornsby broke Burkett’s team record with 235 in 1921, and broke it again with 250 in 1922. This 250 mark would carry until the end of the century.

 

  • Who was the first Cardinal to hit 50 home runs in a season?

 

Mark McGwire. McGwire hit 70 in 1998. He followed that up with 65 in 1999. Mize hit 43 in 1940, in a team record that stood for almost 60 years.

 

  • In what year did the Cardinals win their first World Series?

 

1926. The Cardinals under the guidance of manager Rogers Hornsby, won the World Series in 1926, by beating the New York Yankees 4 games to 3. Hornsby also played 2nd base. The teams 20-game winner was Flint Rhem. They went to the World Series again in 1928 but lost, then lost again in 1930, but won it all in 1931 against the Philadelphia Athletics.

 

  • Before becoming the Cardinals, the team was called what?

 

Perfectos. The original franchise name was the Brown Stockings in 1882. From 1883-1898 they were the Browns. For one season only, they were called the Perfectos in 1899. The ‘Cardinals’ began their name in 1900. The Perfectos in 1899 were managed by Patsy Tebeau, who was also their first baseman. They finished the season with a record of 84-67 for a fifth place National League finish. Cy Young was on this team as he went 26-16 in the win-loss category.

 

  • Did the Cardinals win the 1928 World Series?

 

No. The Cardinals have won the 1926, 1931, 1934, 1942, 1944, 1946, 1964, 1967, and 1982 World Series.

 

  • Who was the first Cardinals player to hit for the cycle in the 1900s?

 

Cliff Heathcote. Cliff Heathcote hit for the cycle in 19 innings on June 13, 1918.

 

  • Who was the first Cardinal player to hit 40 homers?

 

Rogers Hornsby. Rogers Hornsby was the first to hit 40 for the Cardinals, also this is the year he won the Triple Crown in 1922.

 

  • On Opening Day 1996, what was the Cardinals attendance?

 

52,841. The Cardinals attendance this day was a record for Busch Stadium.

 

  • Was Ken Boyer ever a Cardinals manager?

 

Yes. From late 1978 to the early season of 1980, Ken Boyer was manager he went 166-190.

 

  • The first Cardinal to win the ERA crown was Mort Cooper?

 

 Bill Doak won the first two with ERAs of 1.72 in 1914.

 

  • Who won Game 7 of the 1931 World Series against the Philadelphia Athletics?

 

Burleigh Grimes. Burleigh Grimes beat George Earnshaw to win the 1931 World Series for the Cardinals.

 

  • Who won the first Cardinals’ season MVP award?

 

Rogers Hornsby. Hornsby won his first of two MVPs in 1925. Bob O’Farrell was the second Cardinal to win the award the following season in 1926.

 

  • From 1901 to 1918, the Cardinals played where?

 

Robison Field. The St. Louis Cardinals played at Robison Field where they averaged an attendance have 4,200 people per game.

 

  • The first Cardinal pitcher to pitch a no-hitter was Bob Gibson?

 

 Jesse Haines pitched his no-hitter on July 17, 1924.

 

  • How many Rookie Of The Year awards were awarded to a Cardinals player in the 1900s?

 

5. 1954 Wally Moon OF, 1955 Bill Virdon OF, 1974 Bake McBride OF, 1985 Vince Coleman OF, and 1986 Todd Worrell P.

 

  • How many perfect games did the Cardinals have in the 1900s?

 

0. The closest was by Bob Forsch on 25 Sep 83. He did not give up any hits or walks but there was an error commited by Ken Oberkfell.

 

  • Has there ever been a Cardinal that hit for the cycle but take longer than 9 innings to do it?

 

Yes. Cliff Heathcote 19 innings in 1918, Ken Boyer 11 innings in 1961, and Willie McGee 11 innings in 1984.

 

  • How many batting natural cycles (all done in the first four at-bats)did the Cardinals have in the first 100 years of the Major Leagues?

 

2. For those of you who don’t know what a “nature cycle” is, it’s when you hit for the cycle and do it in your first four at bats of the game. Ken Boyer did it June 1964, and John Mabry did it in 1996.

 

  • What was the name of the St. Louis Cardinals franchise in 1899?

 

St. Louis Perfectos. They were the St. Louis Brown Stockings in 1882, the St. Louis Browns 1883-1898, and the St. Louis Cardinals in 1900.

 

  • How many World Series rings did the Cardinals have in a 40-year span between 1930 and 1970?

 

7. 1931: Philadelphia Athletics, 7 games. 1934: Detroit Tigers, 7 games. 1942: New York Yankees, 5 games. 1944: St. Louis Browns, 6 games. 1946: Boston Red Sox, 7 games. 1964: New York Yankees, 7 games. 1967: Boston Red Sox, 7 games.

  • How many times did the Cardinals go to the World Series in the 1980s?

 

3. 1982: Won the World Series against the Milwaukee Brewers. 1985: Lost in the World Series against the Kansas City Royals. 1987: Lost in the World Series against the Minnesota Twins.

 

  • How many Cy Young Awards did Bob Gibson win?

 

2. In 1968, he was 22-9 with a 1.12 ERA and 268 strikeouts. In 1970, he was 23-7 with a 3.12 ERA and 274 strikeouts.

  • How many Cardinals played in the 1966 All-Star game that was held at Busch Stadium?

 

2. The outfielder Flood was making his second all-star appearance while it was McCarver the catcher’s first.

  • Which Cardinal second baseman was known as “Rajah”?

 

Rogers Hornsby. Hornsby was the first National League player to hit 300 home runs. He won the batting title seven times and the Triple Crown twice. He also managed the Cardinals as a player-manager in 1925 and 1926, leading the Cards to their first ever World Championship.

 

  • Which Cardinal played every single position on the diamond (literally) and was known as, “The Secret Weapon”?

 

Jose Oquendo. Oquendo literally played all nine positions in Major League games. Oquendo was known as a slick fielder, leading the National League in fielding percentage in 1989 and 1990, while serving along side Ozzie Smith as the Cardinals everyday second baseman. Oquendo became the first position player to record a decision as a pitcher, when he gave up the game-winning runs as he pitched against the Braves in a 19-inning loss.

 

  • Which Cardinal third baseman, outfielder, and first baseman earned the nickname, “El Hombre”?

 

Albert Pujols A latin play on “Stan the Man”. El Hombre literally means, “the man” in Spanish. Also known as “Phat Albert”, Pujols was born in the Dominican Republic and moved to Kansas City as a teenager. Arriving speaking very little English, it is alleged that on his first day of high school in America, he walked into the office and asked, “where baseball?” The Cardinals stole him the 13th round of the draft, out of Maple Woods Community College. He got a break in 2001 where he was allowed to stay with the big league team due to an injury to third baseman Bobby Bonilla; and the rest as they say is history.

 

  • Which Cardinal starting pitcher was known as “Dizzy”?

 

Jerome (Jay) Dean. Diz one 30 games in 1934 and was the last National League pitcher in the 20th century to accomplish that feat. His brother Paul, also known as Daffy, pitched for the Cardinals as well. Dizzy’s career was shortened by a broken toe he suffered in the 1937 All-Star game. He went to become a successful broadcaster after his playing days.

 


 

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Variable Data Printing: The Facts & How It Can Benefit Your Business.

Variable Data Printing
Variable Data Printing allows you to adjust your direct mail marketing campaign so it’s more customized and personalized. Using VDP means that you can create more attention-grabbing direct mail pieces that appeal to your target market. There are many benefits to using variable data printing with your direct mail marketing campaign.

People love to see their own name on printed materials!  They will be more inclined to absorb your messaging w/ variable data.

1. Increase Your ROI By Using Mailing List Data – Variable data printing allows you to create custom copy and information to grab people’s attention. Adjust the information on your direct mail campaign based on where people live, if they are single or married, or any other piece of information you have on your audience. Having custom information means your direct mail piece will be more appealing and relevant to the recipient.

2. Change Your Return Address or Phone Number – If you have multiple store locations or offices, print the one that will be the most convenient for each recipient. Or, depending on the campaign, you can change phone numbers so recipients can contact various people within the company.

3. Use Custom Fonts – Not only can addresses and mailing list data be printed directly on the direct mail piece, but all of it can be printed in a range of fonts so that the type complements the rest of your design or corporate identity. Depending on the variety of people you are targeting, you may want to consider changing your fonts.

4. Color Will Catch Attention – Color can catch more attention than regular black and white printings. Use color wisely to complement your current brand identity and highlight important information on your direct mail piece. Let the Columbine Design team whip up something fresh and exciting for you!

5. Include Images and Maps – You can change up your images and maps using variable data printing. Show exactly where your storefront is relative to their neighborhood. Or show custom images based on that specific person’s demographic. Make sure you are sending the right message to the ideal recipient.

Variable Data Printing IS THE NEXT STEP IN DIRECT MAIL MARKETING for your business. Don’t just send out generic campaigns to your audience. Create custom information that appeals to each recipient and makes them want to contact you.

Contact us:
Get with your Local Columbine Representative 
or…
Call (314) 423-2580 ext. 330 & ask for Nick!
nflemming@columbineprinting.com

 

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Print Works.

We are pleased to introduce our Print Works Package.  Ask us how Print Works can help benefit your business!  Shoot us an email or call (636) 346-7554 and ask for Nick.  Thanks!


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Winning!

Is your company a “winning” company? Check out these traits that every successful company shares http://goo.gl/jgKNl     Let us know what you think…what works?  What doesn’t work?  Give us your input!

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Advantages of Digital Printing

Every single day, we are bombarded with hundreds of messages and advertisements.  Are the targeted marketing efforts of social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter too much?? Check out this article: http://goo.gl/wK7O5   Please share your opinion with us!

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Social media

In the printing business, social media is underutilized.  If you are currently leveraging social media to promote your product and/or services, we want to hear about it. Share your success stories and feel free to share links to your FB, Twitter etc. Check out our FB page and let us know what you think!
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