Even though it seems like we just talked about a new digital color press, we wont be surprised if Santa leaves a bigger, brighter package under our tree this holiday season.
made our clients happy in 2015 by giving us new tools to make your perfect
bound, saddle bound, wire and plastic-coil bound projects look even
Its been said that you cant judge a book by its cover. But, we know that everyone still does it.
Thats why we have reaffirmed our commitment to give you more beautiful covers for your projects printed in black to full-bleed and full-color process.
Coprescos new high-speed scoring system adds that neat and finished appearance to your perfect and saddle bound books, directories, reference guides and other publications.
an XiRite iO Scanning Table that automatically scans our CMYK press sheets to
ensure the accuracy and consistent results of your digital color projects.
This may sound a bit like marketing hype, but normally, this sophisticated quality control procedure is only used for large offset presses.
Congratulations to President Steve Johnson, who won an APEX award for the monthly column he writes for Printing News magazine.
you instructive guidelines for fighting computer viruses and provided detailed
steps on how to avoid proofreading blunders. You will find URLs for both of
these topics in the internet box.
We also delivered a strong message that theres still a huge demand for print in todays business world.
Copresco concludes another gratifying year, we thank you again for working with
us in our beneficial business partnership.
We wish you a most happy holiday season and look forward to sharing your success in 2016.
has taken coupon clipping to new heights through a Box Tops for Education
Led by Gail Oberhart and Jessica Pinkous, our employees clipped more than 13,000 Box Top coupons from reams of Boise paper.
Michael LaFranzo of Carmel Montessori School, Steve Johnson and Gail Oberhart
show off Box Tops for Education coupons.(Photo by Jessica Pinkous)
uses tons of paper in producing millions of pages of your publications, books
and manuals, so the stacks of coupons added up quickly.
The coupons were donated to Carmel Montessori School in Warrenville and Central Elementary School in Plainfield and redeemed for cash awards.
for Education has contributed more than $525 million to participating schools
since the launch of the program in 1996.
The program has been highly successful in helping schools realize their dreams despite cutbacks and tough economic challenges.
will be closed Thursday, December 24 Christmas Eve, Friday Christmas Day, and
Friday January 1 New Years Day.
Well be open for business as usual Thursday, December 31 New Years Eve (although we may leave early).
Tips to fight
deadly computer viruses.
Guidelines to avoid proofreading goofs.
There is a huge demand for print:
Print is the only answer when your message is important enough to read.
Surveys of college students reveal that they prefer paper text over e-texts.
Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus.
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