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What’s new for September 2015

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With Fall comes … football!

We love football. Or should we say that Shawn, Mike, Mike D, Mike A, Justin, Norm, Evans, Delirious Dave (he’s a Dolphins fan) and Josh love football? Nine men, sixteen fantasy football teams – can you guess what the conversation is about in the lunch room? It’s not about the new Muppets show or Late Night with Stephen Colbert.

Every season brings new drafts, new trades, new strategies and maybe even a new trick play or two!

That’s true for Laser Image as well.

Here are a few of our recent game highlights.

Woodlands
Richard Smith’s “green” research (Laser Image received Forestry Stewardship Council (FSC) certification last summer for being eco-conscious) led him to an interesting discovery this month. Here are a few of Richards thoughts, including a link to the full news article.
➜ Why is Apple purchasing woodlands?
Kelly Clark, Founder and CEO
In this month’s Notes from Kelly post, Kelly Clark ponders the question “What does the word sustain mean?” Kelly also talks about an anniversary, Laser Image’s community involvement with Stop Hunger Now, and touches on new equipment and expanded services now on board. Read her thoughts at ➜ Sustain – it means so many things.
Customer testimonials
If a picture is worth a thousand words, fifty words of praise are priceless. We appreciate every customer who has taken the time to share their thoughts with us, and we want to share their thoughts with you. Please take a look at the testimonials we’ve received on our ➜ Customer testimonials page.

Sustain – it means so many things

Hi everyone,

On October 1, Laser Image will celebrate our 28th year in business. It’s not easy sustaining a small business for nearly 30 years. But with the support of our wonderful customers, the many fabulous people who have worked at Laser Image, and the encouragement of friends and family, we have sustained and continue to thrive. Many heartfelt thanks to all those who have helped Laser Image grow to a ripe old age … for a business!

Being in the printing industry, I’m mindful of our responsibility to provide a sustainable product. Richard’s blog post – Why is Apple purchasing woodlands? – tells the story of the technology giant investing in a program to conserve and protect forests and to sustain working forests. I hope you follow the link to the broader story, to learn more about paper as a renewable resource.

Laser Image focuses some of our resources to help sustain important organizations in our community. On September 25th, we will join others in honoring Ray Buchanan of Stop Hunger Now at the “Packaging Hope” celebration at the Duke Center for Performing Arts in Raleigh, NC. Ray has spent a large part of his life providing sustenance to those in need in the US and around the globe, and Stop Hunger Now gives all of us a way to participate in that effort through their meal-packaging events. Laser Image will join with area Rotary Clubs in January 2016 at the MLK Day Meal Packing Event – a day organized to bring together service clubs, businesses and individuals with the goal of packing 100,000 meals, for local consumption, before the day is done. Watch for further information on this event in future Notes from me.

To be a sustainable business you’ve got to keep it new – and Laser Image has new in a big way! New wide format presses that utilize a boat-load of substrates that give us a super range of applications for nearly every solution to your signage needs. Banners, backlit signage, window graphics, pole banners, posters, sidewalk graphics and sidewalk signs, indoor and outdoor wall graphics, table top graphics, window decals, CAD cut graphics, textile wall art. The list goes on! Think about your walls, windows, floors and doors – now turn them into well-designed advertisements, internal message boards or educational pieces. Laser Image is going to show you how to Come Alive with New Creativity so you can grow and sustain your business.

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Kelly Clark, Founder and CEO
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