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Companies of Premier....................................................................................... 4 Premier: The Past 20 Years............................................................................ 5-9 The Future 20 Years and Beyond.................................................................... 10 USS Intrepid History................................................................................... 11-15 President’s Message....................................................................................... 16 Neenah Paper................................................................................................. 17 Sponsors.................................................................................................... 18-19 The World of Premier.................................................................................. 20-33 Eurotech.......................................................................................................... 34 Today’s Facility & Procurement Professional................................................... 35 Print by Premier + More............................................................................. 36-49 Events and Promo...................................................................................... 50-53 Sappi............................................................................................................... 54 Mission Possible Case Study..................................................................... 55-57 Online Corporate Stores ............................................................................ 58-59 Global Resources............................................................................................ 60 RICG........................................................................................................... 61-63 Hewlett Packard......................................................................................... 64-65 Congratulations............................................................................................... 66 Precision Engraving................................................................................... 67-69 Sappi.......................................................................................................... 70-71 Green Mountain............................................................................................... 72 Color Edge................................................................................................. 73-76 3M Innovations........................................................................................... 77-79 Hammermill..................................................................................................... 80 Hewlett Packard.............................................................................................. 81 AT-A-GLANCE, Avery...................................................................................... 82 Bodecker......................................................................................................... 83 Smead, Katun, Safco, Esselte......................................................................... 84 Paris, Stanley, Pentel and Energizer............................................................... 85 Paper Pro, Pilot, Java Gum............................................................................. 86 Paper Mate, Adhesive Tape, Fellows.............................................................. 87 Newell Consumer Brands................................................................................ 88 Paper Mate Ink Joy.......................................................................................... 89 Furniture by Premier................................................................................... 90-93 Sappi............................................................................................................... 94 Solutions by Premier........................................................................................ 95 Congratulations from International Paper........................................................ 96 Bring your A Game “Accent Opaque” by IP............................................ 97-111 Special Thanks.............................................................................................. 112 Printed on Sappi McCoy 100lb. Silk Text

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“You can’t handle the truth!” A Few Good Men

1992

Premier Supplies opens: Copy and Fax paper

Welcome to the World Wide Web

1993

Office Supplies added to our product line

Digital Cameras Goodbye Polaroids

1994

Open Headquarters in New York City

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eBay is born

1995

Open first Warehouse

Yankees win World Series

1996

New Division: Janitorial & Cleaning Supplies


“I’m the king of the world!” Titanic

1997

In-house print facility

The world meets Harry Potter

1998

New Division: Big City Coffee

Y2K is everywhere

1999

New Division: Vending & Break Time

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Yankees defeat Mets 4-1 World Series

Apple’s first iPod Music goes digital

2000

2001

Branded Trucks join the Premier Fleet

Premier Supplies acquires National Distribution Capabilities

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American Idol debuts: Kelly Clarkson wins

2002

www.premiersupplies.com debuts

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The night the lights went out: 2003 Blackout

2003

Compatible Toner introduced

Facebook: The Empire begins

2004

Customer Service moves to new facility in New Jersey

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“The Office� debuts, NOT based on Premier Supplies

2005

Xerox iGen 3 wins six awards

Intrepid Reopens

2006

Punch-out available for clients


iPhone fever takes over the world

2007

JumpCart introduced for customer use

Giants defeat New England Patriots

2008

Premier Supplies enhanced internet capabilities

Angry Birds: New national obsession

2009

New Division: Print By Premier

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Betty White hosts SNL

“Winning� Charlie Sheen

2010

2011

New Division: React Delivery and Logistics

Premier Supplies moves to new state-ofthe-art facility

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The Future 2012 & Beyond

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he future is the indefinite time period which will occur after the present. Its arrival is considered inevitable due to the existence of time and the laws of physics. Due to the nature of this reality, Premier Alliance is constantly evolving and changing to adjust to the future. In the philosophy of time, presentism is the belief that only the present exists. While this is the time we currently live and work at having the flexibility to react and make the necessary changes to our business model is what the future beholds. Future studies, or futurology, is the science, art and practice of postulating possible futures. At Premier we pride ourselves on using this model to become the future practitioner of tomorrow’s office solutions. As the 21st Century continues so will Premier Alliance and our desire to “Make it Happen�

Premier Supplies Print By Premier Promos By Premier React - Messenger - Logistic As a modern practitioner who is evolving to become the one source for office solutions, we have no insight to what the next decade will bring, but you can rest assured we will be cutting edge in all of our disciplines and business services provided.

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USS Intrepid

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SS Intrepid (CV/CVA/CVS-11), also known as The Fighting “I”, is one of 24 Essex-class aircraft carriers built during World War II for the United States Navy. She is the fourth US Navy ship to bear the name. Commissioned in August 1943, Intrepid participated in several campaigns in the Pacific Theater of Operations, most notably the Battle of Leyte Gulf. Decommissioned shortly after the end of the war, she was modernized and recommissioned in the early 1950s as an attack carrier (CVA), and then eventually became an antisubmarine carrier (CVS). In her second career, she served mainly in the Atlantic, but also participated in the Vietnam War. Her notable achievements include being the recovery ship for a Mercury and a Gemini space mission. Because of her prominent role in battle, she was nicknamed “the Fighting I”, while her often ill-luck and the time spent in dry dock for repairs earned her the nickname “the Dry I”. Decommissioned in 1974, in 1982 Intrepid became the foundation of the Intrepid Sea-Air-Space Museum now a living landmark on Manhattans west side.

Intrepid was launched on 26 April 1943 by Newport News Shipbuilding & Dry Dock Co., Newport News, Virginia, the fifth Essex-class aircraft carrier to be launched. She was sponsored by the wife of Vice Admiral John H. Hoover. On 16 August 1943, she was commissioned with Captain Thomas L. Sprague in command before heading to the Caribbean for shakedown and training. Intrepid’s motto upon setting sail was “In Mare In Caelo”, which means “On the sea, in the sky”, or “In the sea in Heaven”. World War II Intrepid has one of the most distinguished service records of any Navy ship, seeing active service in the Pacific Theater including the Marshall Islands, Truk, Leyte Gulf, and Okinawa. At war’s end, she was in Eniwetok and soon supported occupation forces providing air support and supply services before heading back to California.

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FACTS USS Intrepid

Marshalls, January–February 1944 3 December 1943: Intrepid sailed from Naval Station Norfolk for San Francisco, then to Hawaii. 10 January: She arrived at Pearl Harbor and prepared for the invasion of the Marshall Islands, the next objective in the Navy’s massive island-hopping campaign. 16 January: She left Pearl Harbor with carriers Cabot and Essex. 29 January–2 February 1944: She raided islands at the northeastern corner of Kwajalein Atoll and pressed the attack until the last opposition had vanished. 31 January: By then, the raids destroyed all of the 83 Japanese aircraft based on Roi-Namur. The first landings were made on adjacent islets. That morning, Intrepid’s aircraft strafed Ennuebing Island until 10 minutes before the first Marines reached the beaches. Thirty minutes later, that islet — which protected Roi’s southwestern flank and controlled the North Pass into Kwajalein Lagoon — was secured, enabling Marines to set up artillery to support their assault on Roi. 2 February 1944: Her work in the capture of the Marshall Islands was now finished. Intrepid headed for Truk, the tough Japanese base in the center of Micronesia. 17 February: Three fast carrier groups arrived undetected at daybreak. 17 February–18 February: The three carrier groups sank two Japanese destroyers and 200,000 tons (180,000 tonnes) of merchant

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shipping in two days of almost continuous attacks in Operation Hailstone. The carrier raid demonstrated Truk’s vulnerability and thereby greatly curtailed its usefulness to the Japanese as a base. 17 February 1944: That night, an aerial torpedo struck Intrepid’s starboard quarter, 15 ft (5 m) below her waterline, flooding several compartments and distorting her rudder. By running her port engines at full power and stopping her starboard engines or running them at ⅓ ahead, Captain Sprague kept her roughly on course. Her crew moved all the aircraft on deck forward to increase her headsail to further aid in control.[1] 19 February: Strong winds overpowered the improvised steering and left her with her bow pointed toward Tokyo. Sprague later confessed: “Right then I wasn’t interested in going in that direction.” At this point the crew made a jury-rig sail of wood, cargo nets, and canvas to further increase her headsail, allowing Intrepid to hold her course. 24 February 1944: Intrepid reached Pearl Harbor. 16 March: After temporary repairs, Intrepid sailed for the West Coast. 22 March: She arrived at Hunter’s Point, California. June 1944: She was back in fighting trim and departed for two months of operations out of Pearl Harbor, then to the Marshalls. Palaus and Philippines, September–November 1944 6 September and 7 September 1944: InPrinted on Sappi McCoy 100lb. Silk Text

trepid’s aircraft struck Japanese positions in the Palaus concentrating on airfields and artillery emplacements on Peleliu. 8 September: Her fast carrier task force steamed west toward the southern Philippines. 9 September and 10 September: She struck airfields on Mindanao. 12 through 14 September: She raided bases in the Visayan Sea. 17 September: She returned to the Palaus to support Marines in overcoming opposition from hillside caves and mangrove swamps on Peleliu. When the struggle settled down to rooting Japanese defenders out of the ground man-to-man, Intrepid steamed back to the Philippines to prepare the way for liberation. She struck throughout the Philippines, also pounding Okinawa and Formosa to neutralize Japanese air threats to Leyte. 20 October 1944: Intrepid’s aircraft flew missions in support of the Leyte landings. Japan’s Navy, desperately striving to hold the Philippines, was converging on Leyte Gulf from three directions. 23 October to 26 October 1944: Ships of the U.S. Navy parried thrusts in four major actions collectively known as the Battle of Leyte Gulf. 24 October morning: An Intrepid aircraft spotted Vice Admiral Takeo Kurita’s flagship, Yamato. Two hours later, aircraft from Intrepid and Cabot braved intense antiaircraft fire to begin a day-long attack on Center Force. Wave after wave followed until


by sunset American carrier-based aircraft sank battleship Musashi and damaged her sister ship Yamato, along with battleships Nagato and Haruna and heavy cruiser Myōkō, forcing Myōkō to withdraw. That night, Admiral William Halsey’s 3rd Fleet raced north to intercept Japan’s Northern Force which had been spotted off the northeastern tip of Luzon. At daybreak, aircraft took off to attack the Japanese ships then off Cape Engaño. One of Intrepid’s aircraft got a bomb into light carrier Zuihō. American bombers then sank her sister ship Chitose, and an aircraft from either Intrepid or San Jacinto scored a torpedo hit on fleet carrier Zuikaku knocking out her communications and hampering her steering. Destroyer Akizuki sank and at least nine of Ozawa’s 15 aircraft were shot down.

13 March: She arrived at Ulithi. 14 March 1945: She set off eastward. 18 March: She made powerful strikes against airfields on Kyūshū. That morning a twin-engined Japanese G4M “Betty” broke through a curtain of defensive fire turned toward Intrepid and exploded only 50 ft (15 m) off Intrepid’s forward boat crane. A shower of flaming gasoline and aircraft parts started fires on the hangar deck, but damage control teams quickly put them out. Intrepid’s aircraft joined attacks on remnants of the Japanese fleet anchored at

25 November, shortly after noon: A heavy force of Japanese aircraft struck back at the carriers. Within five minutes, two kamikazes crashed into the carrier killing six officers and five crew. (Actual report from Air Group 18 states “sixty were dead, fifteen missing, and about one hundred wounded.” Intrepid never lost propulsion nor left had her station in the task group, and in less than two hours extinguished the last blaze.[2]

The carriers turned to Okinawa as L-Day, the start of the most ambitious amphibious assault of the Pacific war, approached. 26 March and 27 March: Their aircraft attacked the Ryūkyūs, softening up enemy defensive works. 1 April 1945: The invasion began on 1 April. They flew support missions against targets on Okinawa and made neutralizing raids against Japanese airfields in range of the island. 16 April: During an air raid, a Japanese aircraft dived into Intrepid’s flight deck forcing the engine and part of her fuselage right on through, killing eight men and wounding 21. In less than an hour the flaming gasoline had been extinguished, and only three hours after the crash, aircraft were again landing on the carrier.

Throughout the day, the attack continued and, after five more strikes, Japan had lost four carriers and a destroyer. The still-potent Center Force, after pushing through San Bernardino Strait, had steamed south along the coast of Samar where it was held at bay by a small escort carrier group of six “baby flattops”, three destroyers, and four destroyer escorts until help arrived and it went back towards Japan. As Intrepid’s aircraft hit Clark Field on 30 October, a burning kamikaze crashed into one of the carrier’s port gun tubs killing 10 men and wounding six. Soon skillful damage control work enabled the flattop to resume flight operations. Intrepid’s aircraft continued to hit airfields and shipping in the Philippines.

Kure damaging 18 enemy naval vessels, including battleship Yamato and carrier Amagi.

17 April: Intrepid retired homeward via Ulithi and Pearl Harbor. 19 May: She arrived at San Francisco for repairs. 29 June: Intrepid left San Francisco. 6 August: In passing, her aircraft smashed Japanese on bypassed Wake Island. 7 August: She arrived at Eniwetok.

Intrepid in the Philippine sea, November 1944

15 August: At Eniwetok she received word to “cease offensive operations.” 21 August: The veteran carrier got under way to support the occupation of Japan. 2 December: She departed Yokosuka. 15 December 1945: She arrived San Pedro, California.

26 November: Intrepid headed for San Francisco. 20 December: She arrived there for repairs. Okinawa and Japan, March–December 1945 Mid February 1945: Back in fighting trim, the carrier steamed for Ulithi.

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Post-War In 1976, Intrepid was moored at Philadelphia Naval Shipyard in Philadelphia and hosted exhibits as part of the United States Bicentennial celebrations. Plans originally called for Intrepid to be scrapped after decommissioning, but a campaign led by real estate developer Zachary Fisher and the Intrepid Museum Foundation saved the carrier, and established it as a museum ship. In August 1982, the ship opened in New York City as the Intrepid Sea-Air-Space Museum. Four years later, Intrepid was officially designated as a National Historic Landmark Over the years, Intrepid has hosted many special events including wrestling events, press conferences, parties and the FBI operations center after the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. 2006–2008 renovation Throughout the last several years, the Intrepid museum has operated a fund for the restoration, raising over $60 million to refit Intrepid, to improve its exhibits for visitors, and improve Pier 86. In early July 2006, it was announced that Intrepid would undergo renovations and repairs, along with Pier 86 itself. It closed on 1 October 2006, in preparation for its towing to Bayonne, New Jersey for repairs, and later Staten Island, New York for renovation and temporary docking.[7][8] On 6 November 2006, an attempt to remove the aircraft carrier from the pier for restoration was temporarily put on hold by the Coast Guard. Despite the use of several tugs with a combined 30,000 hp

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(22,000 kW), officials said the ship was stuck in 24 years worth of accumulated silt and would not move. On 11 November 2006, the United States Navy announced that it would spend $3 million to dredge the mud and silt from under Intrepid. The effort was led by the United States Navy Supervisor of Salvage and Diving with assistance from the United States Army Corps of Engineers, United States Coast Guard, and contractors. The teams operated for three weeks to clear the site of mud and silt. On 5 December 2006, after the removal of 39,000 cu yd (30,000 m3) of muck from under the ship and around its four giant screws, Intrepid was successfully removed from its pier and was towed to Bayonne. Intrepid made a D-Day “landing” on Staten Island, 6 June 2007, after being towed from a slip at Bayonne Dry Dock & Repair Corp. While in Staten Island, Intrepid underwent the next phase of her refurbishment, and received an $8 million interior renovation. Never-before-seen areas of the ship including the forecastle (fo’c’sle, commonly known as the anchor chain room), general berthing quarters and the ship’s machine shop were opened to the public for the first time. The hangar deck features a new layout and design including new interactive exhibits. Total cost of the renovation was $120 million — $55 million for the ship and $65 million for Pier 86. The carrier was towed back into place on the Hudson River on 2 October 2008 and reopened to the public on 8 November.

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A MESSAGE FROM MITCH & SHELDON PRESIDENTS OF PREMIER SUPPLIES

In the summer of 1990, Mitch Wergiles was working at a messenger company and Sheldon Lehman was working in the garment center. Together, they decided to start a company selling copy paper and rolls of fax paper. Who would have guessed that twentytwo years later, Premier Supplies would have grown to a state-of-art supplier of office products! Today, Premier Supplies is an office solutions provider to many organizations, including Fortune 500 companies and smaller, well-established firms. From our humble beginnings, 20+ years ago, to present time, we have introduced new products and services which our loyal customers have embraced and purchased through our organization. We continue to expand our offerings to supplement our existing services and products. In addition to the standard office supplies, vending machines, beverages, and furniture, we now offer print services, technology, and essential messenger services to our office and facilities professionals. We extend our heart-felt thanks to our employees, families, friends, and to our vendors and customers for the support and loyalties each and every one has provided to us over the years. We look forward to our continuous and growing relationship with you in the decades to come. We wish you and your families continued health, happiness and prosperity in the years to come. Sincerely,

Mitch and Sheldon

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Diamond Diamond

Hewlett Packard

Platinum

Platinum Green Mountain International Paper Sappi Fine Papers United Stationers

Titanium

Titanium 3M Company Avery Commercial Products Bodecker Color Edge Data Print USA Gotham Photography International Paper Lagasse, Inc Lexmark Meadwestvaco Corp - Dated Neenah Paper Precision Engraving RICG Sanford Lp Team 5

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Gold Gold

Accentra Paper Pro Acco Brands, Inc. Acme United Corporation Alpha Shirts Bic Corporation Bostich - Stanley Bush Business Furniture Classic Marketing Custom Tape Energizer Battery Esselte America Eurotech Seating Fellowes, Inc. Fiskars G & G Electric Global Industries, Inc. Heritage Bags Hon Java Gum Katun Corporation Kimberly Clark Leeds And Bullet Line Lyndenmeyer Marcal Paper Mars Paris Business Peerless Umbrella Pentel Of America, Ltd. Pilot Corporation Of America Primeline Reckeitt Benckiser Safco Products Company Shurtech Brands, Llc Smead Manufacturing The Magnet Group Zebra Pen Corporation Printed on Sappi McCoy 100lb. Silk Text

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The World of Premier Break Room Coffee Delivery Janitorial Jumpcart Light Bulbs Magnetic & Optical Media Office Supplies Paper Punch-Out Toner Supplies Vending

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Become a Premier Supplies customer and let us make it happen for you!

www.premiersupplies.com PHONE: 1.800.372.7376 • FAX: 1.800.481.0099 Printed on Sappi McCoy 100lb. Silk Text Since 1992

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“Break Room� Whether your office has a traditional break room or just a small galley, this can be one of the most desired areas of the office. It is a place where the employees can have informal meetings or just grab a minute alone. Your break room is an oasis where your employees can get re-energized. Our product lines include bottled or filtered water service, full-service beverage and snack vending machines, and all types of coffee and espresso brewing equipment, featuring the Bodecker and Keurig one-cup machines. We have all the food service supplies, including paper and plastic products and cleaning supplies needed for your break room. From our warehouse in Carlstadt, NJ, we service the entire tri-state area, ranging from Princeton, NJ to Fairfield County, CT, Manhattan and Long Island, NY each business day. When you are in need for a morning pick me up, look no further than us. We have your morning, afternoons, and evenings well covered.

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Coffee Coffee is one of the world’s most popular beverages. Some claim it is the most widely consumed liquid in the world aside from water. Coffee is more than a beverage due to the caffeine it harbors and to its sensory pleasure. Coffee lovers come to associate the energizing lift of the caffeine with the richness and aroma of the beverage that delivers it. Coffee is produced from the seeds of a small red (sometimes yellow) fruit that grows on plants halfway in size between shrub and tree. It is a very labor intensive process involving an extensive collaboration that starts with the coffee grower, is picked by hand, sent to the mill for workers to meticulously remove the fruit and dry the beans. After the beans are cleaned and graded, they are sent to the roaster, usually by ship, and finally to those consumers and baristas who grind the beans and prepare the beverage. It is the cumulative quality of all of these creative contributions that together make the difference between a lackluster cup and a fine and distinctive one. At Premier Supplies we pride ourselves on having the right solution to facilitate your coffee requirements, keeping your employees energized. To learn more please speak with our break time connoisseur Larry Frolow at 973.271.9159 or lfrolow@premiersupplies.com Printed on Sappi McCoy 100lb. Silk Text

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Delivery

React Courier & Messenger Services began with a simple concept: listen to our customer; find out what they need, fill that need. Over the years we have applied this concept and built a business one load at a time, earning the trust and respect of our customers. Whether you have a warehouse with loading docks or are located on the top floor of an office building, we have the correct solution for your business needs. React also prides itself on the hands-on role of its executive management team who will work alongside staff to ensure each client gets the best and most effective service possible.

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Janitorial Janitorial Supplies by Premier was formed to satisfy many requests from our clients for a one stop shopping experience. We are a Green Certified firm with a strong focus on safety, sanitation, and pride for the products we facilitate. We service all federal and private sector firms nationwide. We are headquartered in New York City with our warehouse and distribution center in New Jersey.

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We utilize green products whenever possible that are healthy for the environment and include no toxins. We recycle to help save landfills and do everything possible to reduce the impact on our earth. By living green and going green we reduce the impact on the planet in all possible ways. Many green products are packaged in recycled packaging, biodegradable, and contain no phosphates, chlorine, artificial fragrances, or artificial colors. The main goal of green cleaning is to use eco-friendly cleaning solutions, recycle, use organic products whenever possible, and promote methods that keep our environment healthy. Green certified companies go beyond products; they use green and eco-friendly cleaning processes and programs. Many businesses are now going green to help reduce the impact on our earth. That is why we made going green one of our top priorities. Printed on Sappi McCoy 100lb. Silk Text

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Jump Cart Stop the old way of ordering your supplies. Having someone walk around with a clipboard or order sheet, making notes of which supplies are running low, then manually entering the order into an ecommerce system is no way to run a tight ship. The risks are expensive: transposing figures from paper to keyboard can cause costly errors and buyers who ignore carefully negotiated supply agreements in favor of vendor “specials of the week‟ may save money on an item or two, but ultimately results in higher costs. JumpCart automates your supply ordering process, leading to greater efficiency, lower costs and increased order accuracy. Simply scan a barcode for the supplies you wish to order using our compact keyfob scanner, then plug the scanner into your PC and upload the order. No more pen and paper, and no manually keying in orders. The JumpCart System helps decrease costs associated with inventory and supply management. Reduce requisition-to-order cycles. Minimize inventory carrying costs.

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Light Bulbs The incandescent light bulb, incandescent lamp or incandescent light globe produces light by heating a filament wire to a high temperature until it glows. The hot filament is protected from oxidation in the air with a glass enclosure that is filled with inert gas or evacuated. In a halogen lamp, filament evaporation is prevented by a chemical process that redeposits metal vapor onto the filament, extending its life. The light bulb is supplied with electrical current by feed-through terminals or wires embedded in the glass. Most bulbs are used in a socket which provides mechanical support and electrical connections. Incandescent bulbs are manufactured in a wide range of sizes, light output, and voltage ratings, from 1.5 volts to about 300 volts. They require no external regulating equipment, have low manufacturing costs. As we evolve and take responsibility for the energy and lighting we use, Premier Supplies features the correct lighting solutions for your needs today and tomorrow with the newest LED lighting solutions.

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Computer / Data Center Storage Magnetic & Optical Media Magnetic storage and Optical Media are terms from engineering referring to the storage of data on a magnetized medium. Magnetic storage uses different patterns of magnetization in a magnetizable material to store data and is a form of non-volatile memory. The information is accessed using one or more read/write heads. As of 2011, magnetic storage media, primarily hard disks, are widely used to store computer data as well as audio and video signals. In the field of computing, the term magnetic storage is preferred and in the field of audio and video production, the term magnetic recording is more commonly used. Magnetic storage in the form of audio recording on a wire was publicized by Oberlin Smith in 1888. He filed a patent in September, 1878 but did not pursue the idea as his business was machine tools. The first publicly demonstrated (Paris Exposition of 1900) magnetic recorder was invented by Valdemar Poulsen in 1898. At Premier Supplies we feature the latest in technologies ranging from DLT’s, LTO’s, Optical, and Hard Disk Storage from all major manufacturers.

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Office Supplies What does Premier Supplies do? Premier Supplies is committed to “Making It Happen” for our customers throughout the U.S. by providing a wide range of products which includes office supplies, office furniture, school supplies, warehouse supplies, break room supplies and furniture, coffee and brewers, and technology products. Premier Supplies serves businesses of all sizes with 42 distribution centers located throughout the U.S. How long have we been in business? In 1992 Premier Supplies incorporated as a supplier for local businesses in the New York City area, and now it has evolved into a national supplier with over 200,000 products to offer to our customers. PremierSupplies.com started in 1992 and it has been recognized by many as better than the leading competitors. We are committed to provide to you the same quality we have been providing to satisfied customers for over 20 years.

What makes Premier Supplies better than our competitors? We earn the trust and confidence of customers by being open, honest and truthful in all that we do. We fuel our customer’s dreams by anticipating and listening to their needs, and delivering on our promises, failure is not an option. Our responsibility is to achieve and sustain unprecedented results that create extraordinary value to our customers, through personal commitment and shared leadership. Premier Supplies provides customers free shipping to anywhere in the U.S. (items must qualify for free shipping and meet order requirement), guaranteeing next day delivery if the product is in stock, regardless of the quantity. We hope you take advantage of this great offer.

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Paper Paper is a thin material mainly used for writing upon, printing upon, drawing or for packaging. It is produced by pressing together moist fibers, typically cellulose pulp derived from wood, rags or grasses, and drying them into flexible sheets. At Premier Supplies our papers cover a broad spectrum, from copier to laser, wide format and specialty for Ink Jet Printers, Continuous Forms, and various grades of 10%, 30% and 100% recycled products. We deliver all of our commodities nationwide on a daily basis. To learn more, simply contact your Premier account executive to find the right solution for your company.

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Punch-Out Solutions by Premier Basic’s Corporate Store allows for a multitude of Enterprise software integrations. We support SAP, Oracle, People Soft, Ariba and others. We have the ability to work with your Procurement, Human Resources, Accounting, Audit Team or any department to develop a custom tool that will allow two disparate systems to work together. The solution is EASY, capture all your information, budget, approval, proofs, inventory, receipts and invoices electronically, and then streamline the data process between systems making it a snap for management to understand and review all transactions. Utilizing the Punch Out/Tap Out features from any Enterprise Solution will provide a direct link to our Basics solution. This will enable authorized employees to shop from pre approved catalogue items which maintain the brand standards and follow guidelines. The system will eliminate rouge spending while following the architecture/hierarchy of today’s modern enterprise client software. Best of all this requires a very minimal amount of work to implement in the corporate environment.

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Toner Supplies Toner is a powder used in laser printers and photocopiers to form the printed text and images on the paper. In its early form it was simply carbon powder. Then, to improve the quality of the printout, the carbon was melt-mixed with a polymer in 7-10 microns in size. Today’s state of the art printers utilize a particle from 3-5 microns in size for the sharpest of sharp images. Toner particles are melted by the heat of the fuser, and bind to the paper. Modern laser toner cartridges intended for use in color copiers and printers come in cyan, magenta, and yellow and black (CMYK). At Premier Supplies we have the right solution of OEM, generic and every major manufacture to service your business requirements.

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Making snack time Happen!

Vending Premier Supplies provides state of the art soda & snack vending machines in your office. We replenish supplies on a regular schedule to ensure your machines are stocked satisfactory. These snacks keep your employees energized throughout the workday, while reducing their need to leave the office for refreshments. Our services are provided at no cost to your company. Equipment State of the Art Soda & Snack Machines Stocking Premier Supplies sets up a schedule to re-fill your machines. No ordering; no cost for service or product Pricing / Revenue We put in the right products at the right prices We are less expensive than running downstairs to the local concession stand Our vending serices facilitate companies having 75 + employees

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The Modern Facility Manager & Office Manager

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oday’s modern Facility or Facilities Manager (FM) is an interdisciplinary field devoted to the co-ordination of business support services, often associated with maintenance functions in buildings such as offices, arenas, schools, convention centers, shopping complexes, hospitals, hotels, etc. However, FM supports the business on a much wider range of activities than just maintenance and these are referred to as non core functions. Many of these are outlined below but they do vary from one business sector to another. FM can be defined as the integration and alignment of the noncore services, including those relating to premises, required to operate and maintain a business to fully support the core objectives of the organization (planning, design, workplace, construction, lease, occupancy, maintenance, furniture, cleaning, vending, coffee, break-room etc) According to the International Facility Management Association (IFMA), it is: “a profession that encompasses multiple disciplines to ensure functionality of the built environment by integrating people, place, processes and technology.” Over the years, FM has been growing as a business field and also as a scientific discipline, slowly finding and anchoring its position among organizations’ business processes. Nowadays, the dedication of FM is unsurpassed and when working with Premier Supplies we are dedicated to continuous innovation and developing processes to keep our professional partners on step ahead.

The 2012 Office Manager is the total coordinator of the in house eco system. The modern office manager is responsible for planning, organization, and controlling the clerical aspect of the organization, including the preparation, communication, coordination and storage of data to support production and other important operations of an industrial establishment and sometimes the marketing efforts are also encompassed. Office Managers are tasked with monitoring the work processes and to evaluate the outcome. The outcomes of work are intended for what can be called the final receiving system, as for instance, client, customer, and other departments. The areas of expertise are vast, budget development and implementation, purchasing, book keeping, accounting, printing, records management, forms management, payroll, risk management, health and safety, while coordinating with human resources, facilities and finance. Premier Supplies has many disciplines and services we excel at from Advertising, Break Room, Coffee, Designing, Data Center Supplies, Forms, Furniture Healthy Snacks, Ink Jet, Janitorial, Lighting, Maintenance, Office Supplies, On-Line e-commerce Stores, Paper, Print & Promotional, Toner, and more. To learn how we can help your organization please visit our www.premiersupplies.com website or contact your professional account executive who invited you to the 2012 Product and Technology Showcase.

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INTRODUCTION TO PRINT-BY-PREMIER + MORE DARE TO THINK DIFFERENTLY! Print-by-Premier + More is the embodiment of the dream to find “a better way” to bring print solutions to clients. Premier Supplies launched Print-by-Premier + More in January 2009 with Ed Sanders as the Director of Solutions. THE BEGINNING! From the inception, Print-by-Premier + More was a dream; reality was established by extraordinary people reaching new heights fueled by vision and motivation. Starting with the uniqueness of our branding, to the detail of our “all information driven” website, plus a major dose of the latest technology creates a customer’s ideal working partner! Our innovative solutions result in accomplishing your goals, maintaining your budgets, timelines and efficiencies! THE FUTURE! Premier Supplies & Print by Premier + More is located in a brand new digital facility in Midtown Manhattan. Our 2012 Product & Technology Showcase Event aboard the USS Intrepid is a milestone. The invitation package, the email campaign, personalize website and the video interface are all part of our core technology. This event will demonstrate the latest in innovation for both the world of print and supplies. Our diversified expertise will provide our clientele with satisfaction at every point of interaction with Print-by-Premier + More! We are very excited about the future as the cross-over of facilities, purchasing, office management and marketing continues to evolve in the workspace.

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About Print by Premier + More No one is in a better position to know how paper and ink will run on press than your printer, which is why you’re in good hands with Print by Premier. We provide a wide range of services, including commercial print, direct mail, digital, engraving, foil stamping, tabbing combined with e-commerce solutions. Our print services and web based solutions are custom tailored to each company’s unique set of rules and requirements. We provide expertly crafted solutions, scalable to your business. We feature 3 state of the art facilities along with Warehousing & Distribution, with a fleet of 23 trucks, a modern 36,000 square foot pick & pack facility which enables us to service our clients in the tri-state area.

Key Facts

• Award Winning Web to Print Technology • 3 - State of the Art Facilities • 1 - 36,000 square foot pick & pack facility in Carlstadt • 23 - Tri State delivery vehicles • 8 - Key partnerships in the continental US Manufacturing Network • 15 - Key Print partnerships in our Global Manufacturing Network • 400 + certified trade partners with expertise in specialized products promotional items • Industry-leading customer satisfaction, with scores of awards from clients for outstanding service • New Production-Sales Center at 460 West 34th Street, New York City

Strategic Partnership Print by Premier + More leverages being a subsidiary of Premier Supplies, a firm with great purchasing power and resources. This allows the print division to purchase commodities such as paper, supplies and equipment at optimum levels allowing us to pass the savings on to our clients. Over the past 3 years we have acquired key print facilities and have a strategic partnerships with digital, wide format and bindery facilities allowing us to provide one stop shopping to our clients. Overall our goal is to have a positive impact on your bottom line, while making the day to day transactional business seamless and EASY!

Sustainable How “green” is your organization? More and more, that question is being asked by customers, donors, business partners and policymakers. From the largest company to the smallest, environmental responsibility is a key business concern affecting your reputation, your daily operations, and your bottom line. Being responsible starts by consulting with our clients to make strategic production decisions that minimize ink and paper waste, while on press and during trimming and binding processes. For example, paper sheets and web rolls typically available in several standard sizes. We consult with our customers so they can size their projects to make more efficient use of standard sizes. We have created an innovative environmental action program which provides a monthly carbon neutrality statement based on paper, process, and inking, called our PBP Environmental Calculator or “PBPEC.”

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New York City Digital Facility Our midtown location is the showcase for Xerox Technology combined with advanced cross channel solutions. We feature a barcode and video tracking system on all production manufactured to insure 100% accuracy in matched and personalized digital media. Located in midtown, you will find our agency-styled manufacturing facility cohabitating with creative, copywriting and programmers in a place which resembles a law firm or operating room, although we still print!

Equipment:

• 12 Mac G4’s • 8 Mac G5’s • Xerox Igen (3) Three Devices • Xerox Igen (1) One Device • Prism 50 inch Cutter • Polar-30 inch Cutter • 1- MBO 20 inch Folders w/ right angle

• Omni 8 Pocket + Cover Stitcher 3 Knife Trimmer • 1-Lawson Auto Paper Drills • 1-Auto-Shrink Wrap Systems • Graphic Wizard Numbering Perf/Scoring • Duplo Collator Stitcher w/Trimmer & Perfect Binding • VideoJet Water Sealer

New Jersey Stationary Division “WOW!!” is the response we receive from clients. We have diversified equipment which allows us the versatility to produce many intricate print techniques normally requiring a multitude of plants. Imagine this: Your project requires a Shop to print on FSC Certified Paper, printed 4 color process + 2 Pantone Inks, including a Spot Varnish, Thermo, Foil Stamped, Embossed, Engraved, Letter Press, and Scored, Folded, and a Matched Mailing with a Custom Envelope, come see Print By Premier + More!

Equipment:

• 1-Agfa Apogee X Workflow • 1-Agfa Palladio Direct-To-Plate System • 1-Accuset 1000 Imagesetter • 1-Sherpamatic Digital Blueprint Proofer • 1-Sherp 24 Contract Matchprint Proofer • 1-Ryobi 9985 12x18 True Two Color • 1-Ryobi 3200 12x18 With T-Head • 1- AB Dick 9800 Series with T-head • 2-Thermo Verko type With UV Attachment • 1-Western Technology Etching Machine • 1-Anderson Photopolymer Counter

• 2- 4x9 Carver Hand Fed Presses • 2- Die Stamping Automatic Presses • 1-Crossland With Computerized Foil Stamping • 1-12x22 Chandler & Price Automatic Diecutter • 1-14x22 Chandler &-Price Automatic Diecutter • 1-Paper Cutters by Polar • 1-Business Card Slitters • 1-Shrink Wrapping Machines • 3 (Three) Igen 3 110 Digital Press • 1 (One) Igen 4 220 Digital Press

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Clifton New Jersey Commercial Print Facility Print by Premier + More re-invents the boundaries of traditional communications to offer your firm a wide variety of progressive industry leading solutions. We deliver exceptional value, increasing the significance of your communications by providing an integrated set of channels through which you can transmit your message, in print, direct mail, email and wide format. This is our major facility which allows us to optimize costs through the use of commercial offset, web and Indigo sheet fed production. By utilizing larger sheet sizes, we are able to economize the forms required, therefore lowering our cost per impression. This facility is a second generation operation which was established in 1971 as a professional resource.

Offset Equipment:

• Heidelberg Web 8, 6-color Heat Set Web with sheeter and folder, remoisten and pattern perf. • 28” x 40” Heidelberg 6-Color Speed Master CD w/ Tower Coater & CPC102 Console • 28” x 40” Heidelberg 5-Color Speed Master w/ Tower Coater & CPC102 Console • 28” x 40” Heidelberg 4-Color Speed Master Perfector w/ CPC102 Console • 28” x 40” Heidelberg 2-Color Speed Master Perfector w/ CPC102 Console • 14” x 20” Heidelberg 5-Color GTO • 14” x 20” Shinohara 2 Color • 11” x 17” Ryobi 2 Color with Envelope feeder • 11” x 17” Hamada 2 Color • 10” x 15” Multilith 2-Color with Envelope feeder • 8 1/2” x 14” Web Press 2-Color

Digital Equipment:

• Xerox Docucolor 5000 Digital Press with Variable Data Capability • Konica Pro C6500 Digital Press with Variable Data Capability • Konica Pro 1050 Monochrome Press with Variable Data Capability • HP DJZ610PS 60” Wide Format Printer • Epson 7600 24” Wide Format Printer • ProSeal 62+ Encapsulating Laminator • HP 3550 Indigo Press

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• State of the Art Tabbing Equipment • 46” Lawson computerized cutter • 42” Lawson computerized cutter • Muller Martini, 6 Pocket Saddle Stitcher with cover feeder and 3 knife trimmers • Muller Martini, 4 Pocket Saddle Stitcher with cover feeder and 3 knife trimmers • 4 Stahl Folders — sizes up to 28” x 40” • Rollem Score and Perf Machine • Automatic Wafer Sealing Machine • 2 5-Head Drills • Round Corner Machine • 2 G.B.C. Machines • Powis Parker Fastback Tape-Binding Machine • Banding and Hand Stitching Equipment • High Speed Shrinkwrap Machine

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About Promos by Premier + More

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roviding Beautiful Products (PBP) is what Promos By Premier + More is all about. We engage with our clients and embrace their missions to help them achieve their marketing and branding goals. We provide intelligent strategies, great service and products which will keep your branding cutting edge, reasonably priced and always looking great. We call this our “creative free thinking”, Ideas, Insight and Inspiration from all of our employees to be empowered to make suggestions as to what today’s consumer would find invigorating. After all, keeping your message and branding alive is what marketing is all about.

We provide a unique combination of direct response strategic expertise with complete in-house, state-of-the-art production capabilities. We specialize in delivering successful premium fundraising and membership projects and programs to our diverse clients — including many of the largest, most respected nonprofit organizations in the world. Founded in 1992, we are headquartered in New York City and have our distribution/pick & pack facility in New Jersey for easy access to the tri-state area.

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ur clients have come to expect precisely what PBP + More is renowned for delivering ... innovative creative consisting of breakthrough designs, compelling copy, and targeted offers that motivate donors - members - customers - consumers or anyone you interact with to take the desired action.

When you work with PBP + More, we’ll get to know each other. Our proactive, strategic approach to each fundraising, membership, and stewardship opportunity is based on understanding your organization’s unique needs. We start by asking relevant questions. But more importantly, we listen and we learn. Flexibility is one of the hallmarks of our service – whether you want to experience the PBP + More difference by starting with a project, or explore working with us as a partner for one or several of your programs – we deliver the service and products that custom fit your needs. The passion that drives us is finding innovative ways to further your mission and help you meet the needs of the people you serve. We’ll embrace your mission and gain an in-depth understanding of your organization’s objectives and fundraising programs. Then we can help you set the most effective course to increase your response rates and donations, ensure donor loyalty, bring in new supporters and enhance your brand. The projects and programs we recommend for your organization will always be based on a solid foundation of strategy, objectives, budgets and timing. You can count on PBP + More to provide a carefully orchestrated mix of strategic thinking, creative execution, innovative production, careful testing and effective management.

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Our Services Include: Ideas + Insight + Intelligence + Intuition + Inspiration + Intellect + Imagination • Graphic Design • Web Design Solutions • Corporate Stores • Package Design • Logo Design and Development

Branding Strategies • Program Design • Exhibit Design • Sales Tools and Collateral • Custom Fulfillment Sites •

Warehousing & Distribution Think about it: You can create an amazing promotional item, have it beautifully produced for a fair price, then have it in-

ventoried and distributed.

Our distribution and logistics services deliver the right items, to the right recipients, at the right time – while minimizing storage, handling and freight costs. These services also drive better processes which allow sourcing decisions that minimize the total cost. Information includes:

• How items are ordered • Where items should be stored geographically • How often orders are placed and processed • What production methods will minimize costs • Basic storage-warehousing

Merchandise pick-and-pack • Kitting services and order fulfillment • Mass distributions or to multiple recipients • Point of Purchase (POP) signage distribution • Freight and logistics analysis •

By combining these capabilities for distribution and logistics, Promos By Premier + More can provide custom tailored solutions to maximize the effectiveness of your promotional campaigns. Please see your account executive for more information.

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Volume 5 of The Standard focuses on Special Effects The latest Standard is loaded with tips and visual demonstrations on how to use special effects to make your printed piece intriguingly tactile, dimensional and interactive. Printing on paper

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Case Study:

THE CHALLENGE: To engage people in a meaningful atmosphere while making it fun and informative. It was January 10th of 2012 and our executive team was meeting to discuss new and innovative ideas to grow business. We have all been to shows before when you take far too many vendors and products and just bombard your clients with information and hope some sticks. Through our discussion the idea was presented about having a show aboard the USS Intrepid which is a living museum here on the Westside of Manhattan. After all the ship has a 17,000 square foot room, a flight deck and the newest attraction being the USS Enterprise Space Shuttle would make for quite the setting. However we still needed to make it fun, exciting, informative about what today’s professionals are faced with. We also required a transportation system to get people back to main hubs after the event for the commute home.We had to attract Marketing Professionals, Facility Managers, Procurement & Purchasing Coordinators and show them value as to why they should interrupt their day look at our video, then attend our event, not an easy task! FUN: We decided to make this a Mission Possible theme where our participants could be part of a game and actually use spy glasses to decode their mission cards which were personalized for them to visit key manufactures, drop their card into a bin and be registered to win prizes that evening. THE INVITATION:  Print by Premier + More were challenged with this task, develop a concept which is unique, informative and would generate curiosity. We had a think tank session using our core philosophy “Creative Free Thinking” with some exceptional minds and this is what we came up with. We developed an amazing, and the results “ROMI” return on marketing investment was exceptional, above all of our expectations.. THE CROSS MEDIA ADVERTISING CAMPAIGN:  started with a unique design using the latest in stamping, papers from Neenah, Offset Lithography and personalization via digiWe tal along with mounting and fulfillment, direct mail, email, video, personalized URL’s. We welcomed our guests with a very unique package for the front end and provided management with a easy to use real time backend reporting module, which is all part of our on-line technology. We then added another dimension utilizing red lenses within glasses which optically allow for hidden messages to be part of the custom mission cards, also part of the invitation package and digitally printed. PROGRAMMING: Using our own in house technology we had our professional team design the solution. We started with great data, a solid easy to use platform we call our Basic’s Corporate Store. The solution allows for variable data print, email, Personal URL’s, video all to be developed and launched within 2 weeks of designing the program. The beauty of our solution is you do not need to have a programming degree, be a designer or be a creative genius. The technology does it for you with some very easy to use industry leading steps. STATISTICS ENGINE: The backend of the solution is every bit as easy to use as the front end. All statistics: views of pages, soft and hard bounces, IP addresses, time spent, questions answered, RSVP’s are all available to be viewed and exported in real time with some very simple clicks of a mouse.

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THE RESPONSE RATES: We launched a Cross Media Print Campaign for 2000 people and an email only campaign for 1300 people, here are the results: The Print and Email Campaign: • The cross media campaign was looked at by over 60% of the people who received the first email and the mailed invitation • We averaged an overall response rate of 25% by integrating the multiple channels • The cross media print campaign results of 2000 people had 450+ RSVP’s within the first two weeks, that’s over 25% The Email Only Campaign • Personal URL’s sent via email were looked at by 50% of the people who received them • The RSVP’s in the first 3 days totaled over 15.3% of the 1300 people who received the email. • The average email campaign usually sees a response rate of 7-13% The Facts: • On 2000 Cross Media Campaign we have netted over 450 Attendees a 25% success rate • On the 1300 emailed only campaigns we netted over 200 attendees a 15.38% success rate THE CONCLUSION: Integrate communications generated by Solutions by Premier provided a highly successful event. To learn more about this can work for your business logon to www.printbypremier.com or contact Edward Sanders esanders@printbypremier.com

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On-Line Corporate Storefronts, for today’s fast paced Marketing Professionals

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olutions by Premier + More provides an on-line suite of sophisticated yet “easy to utilize” Corporate Storefronts. These solutions automate how all communications in any cross media applications are facilitated by your firm. Your On-Line Corporate Storefront will appear as an extension of your own ordering system. Your end users will experience both the look and feel of your own corporate web site. All the specifics that govern your brands, consisting of fonts, approved messaging & layouts will be contained within this portal. Your internal clients will have access to a centralized store of marketing materials where they can personalize, edit, request & order items that comply with your brand requirements. The system allows the integration of all major ERP solutions such as Ariba, People Soft, SAP and Oracle, with full approval process allowing you to keep your energies focused on your business Corporate Stores: Stationery & Marketing Materials: The basic’s ordering desk provides an easy to use central online ordering system for corporate stationery, marketing materials & fulfillment. Your internal clients will be able to drill down on an unlimited hierarchy of categories 58

and products and view real time visual information. Your Corporate Storefront supports the role-out of individually branded divisions each supported by advanced and varied customer structures and a multi-level order-approval framework. The basic’s ordering desk comes standard with a comprehensive, fully customizable reporting engine allowing top level executives to run reports in Microsoft® Word, Microsoft® Excel, PDF or HTML. Foreign Languages: en langue étrangère Fremdsprache At Print by Premier we have made managing languages very simple. With our patented translation engine technology your need to have proofs generated in a whole host of languages are all available at your finger tips. Simply select from a hierarchy of pre-approved customizable marketing materials and have simple translations provided in “Real-Time”. Proofs will follow your corporate guidelines maintaining your brand identity and design standards. Costly off-line language conversions and the time associated with facilitation of these proofs is totally eliminated. The language selected will appear both in English and the language which you have selected, sounds “easy” it is! With our Design-Proof-Approve-

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Print Technology & Generic Case Studies Translate -Order DPATOtm. Your firm can streamline its process saving time and money, while making the experience seamless and efficient. Global Marketplace: 130 Locations globally to facilitate your needs and growing As the world becomes a smaller place to do business made possible through advances in technology & communications, more companies are looking to expand globally. Organizations competing in this marketplace face unique challenges to provide their branded materials in an electronic and print format. To support your marketing and communication efforts, Print by Premier can facilitate the production and distribution with guaranteed quality. Our partners are located in 30 countries with over 130 facilities globally which makes this all possible every day. What you design here will be duplicated in any of these Gracol certified facilities following your colors and branding. Collaboration for Marketing Campaigns: Multiple Authors with One Editor all in real time SBP Group Canvas is a dynamic collaborative publishing platform that provides the flexible capabilities to produce any type of variable document. With unmatched design control and powerful graphic design features, this platform is ideal for corporations who have multiple authors, in multiple locations, on different schedules who need to collaborate in “real time”. Users are empowered to make various edits such as (font, color, size etc) pictures-images can be (cropped, silhouetted and re-sized accordingly) all the while allowing the word flow is adjusted based upon these changes as they occur. Various areas of a design-piece can be locked down or opened up to customization depending upon the rules. The Live Session module enables up to 20 users advanced collaboration capabilities to design artwork and proof together in a real-time virtual environment without any real graphics experience! Cross Channel Marketing made “EASY”!

cally, depending upon criteria such as gender, location or purchasing history. The user is then presented with the final print or HTML page(s) for proofing. Printed files can be output in industry standard PPML, optimized PDF and other formats. Who said complex variable data wasn’t EASY? **To Learn more see case study + video of the intrepid event on our website or read the case study on the page to follow: List Pull Services: Data Bases at your fingertips Enhance marketing and prospecting activities by purchasing customer databases with online list purchase without ever leaving the basic’s corporate store. With the GeoSelector™ & Accudata interface. You are no longer constrained to having to buy your mailing list by zip code, city, county, or other selections commonly offered by list providers. It puts you in control of where you want to mail. Perfect for realtors, retailers, home and personal services providers and anyone who needs to pinpoint homes and households in particular neighborhoods or target nearby residents. Choose a map, satellite or hybrid view. Zoom in, zoom out and see an incredible level of detail. Pre-defined selections like school boundaries, election districts and census tracts are also available by request. Once complete, download the zipped comma delimited file including full names and addresses. Once unzipped the file can be opened in excel, all very simple and easy to use.

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Small size, big performance

Smaller binders and organizers offer innovative features to keep you organized in the office or on the go.

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Today Meaningful work is creating impact

Tomorrow, Sappi will be looking for creative ideas that will help to shape our lives, communities and the world around us. We invite you to submit yours. www.sappi.com/ideasthatmatterNA

More than a decade ago Sappi Fine Paper North America— the maker of McCoy, Opus, Somerset and Flo — established the Ideas that Matter grant program to recognize and support designers who generously donate their time and talent to a wide range of charitable activities. Even today, Ideas that Matter remains the only grant program of its kind in the industry. Since 1999, Ideas that Matter has funded over 500 nonprofit projects, contributing $12 million worldwide to causes that enhance our lives, our communities and our planet.

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Accent Opaque keeps you on your game. ®

You can’t afford a paper that goes into a slump, hits an off note or gives anything less than 110 percent. You need a winner. A paper that consistently gives you everything it’s got and everything you want on press. So when your reputation and your business are on the line, you’d better bring your A game. Bring it with Accent Opaque. Accent delivers a prime-time performance every time. No matter how you use it, Accent responds. Text or cover? Covered. Offset or digital? Let it roll. Smooth or vellum? Strong to the finish. Bright white or warm? Color me impressed. Front or back? Yes. Every option, every choice, every sheet answers the call every time with Grade A precision. That’s what you should expect when you bring your A game. And that’s what you’ll get with Accent Opaque.

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Accent Cover The job on press right now is the most important job in the house — it always is. So you push the limits of your press like only you know how. Because you know you can trust Accent Opaque Cover to hold up to every fold, die-cut, score and perf you throw at it.

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Accent Digital In the digital world, there is no such thing as impossible. With Accent Opaque Digital as your anchor, you’ll find the ideal sheet to work in tandem with your high-speed printers and digital presses — enabling you to scale the peaks of any project.

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Accent Envelopes When your clients request “the envelope, please,” you know just whom to cast in the starring role. Accent Opaque converts beautifully into envelopes and gives an A-list-caliber performance in converting prospects into customers.

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At the core of our business is the tree. Without healthy forests, we wouldn’t exist. So when we say that sustainability is important to us at International Paper, you can believe it. Sustainability has been a part of International Paper’s practices for more than 110 years. It is our passion and commitment to deliver the products that printers want while ensuring responsible stewardship of natural resources today and for generations to come. Part of that commitment is certified by the Sustainable Forestry Initiative, the Forest Stewardship Council and the Programme  for the Endorsement of Forest Certification,  as it applies to our chain of custody and fiber sourcing. In fact, all Accent Cover sheets are now FSC® certified. When you print on Accent Opaque, you  can be confident that you are part of the environmental solution. You get to feel  warm and fuzzy while your printing gets  to remain clean and sharp.

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