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theprinters.com sponsors PSU Football Programming

08/23/2006 5:08 pm

Penn State Olympic Sports Featured "Inside the Pride" Radio & Internet Program Set for Thursday Debut

UNIVERSITY PARK, PA - Aug. 23, 2006 - Penn State's highly successful Olympic sports programs will be featured in a new radio and Internet show, "Inside The Pride," that will debut on Thursday, August 24 on the Sports Jam Network. The program will air from 5:30-6:00 pm every Thursday through November 16. "Inside The Pride" will be followed by the Penn State Sports Network's AIG Nittany Lion Hotline Show at 6:05 pm on many stations throughout the Commonwealth.

Both programs will air on GoPSUsports.com, the official website of Penn State Athletics.

"Inside the Pride" will originate from the Gingerbread Man restaurant in downtown State College. Produced by Penn State Intercollegiate Athletics, Jed Donahue, Vice President and General Manager of Nittany Media, will be the host. Donahue is the host of "Speaking of Sports" on the Sports Jam Network.

"Inside the Pride" is sponsored by thePrinters.com and Penn State Intercollegiate Athletics.

In addition to "Inside The Pride" heard on GoPSUsports.com, theprinters.com also sponsors Penn State Football live broadcasts and Joe Paterno's weekly call-in program. The Penn State Football and Sports programming is heard on the Penn State Sports Network and Sports Jam Network affiliates:

Relocation Announced

07/27/2006 11:07 am

JOINT PRESS RELEASE

July 10, 2006

K-B Offset Printing and theprinters.com announce relocation

Major Regional Printing Companies to occupy former Corning-Asahi Plant

State College, PA -- K-B Offset Printing, Inc. and theprinters.com, have executed a lease with the ownership group of the former Corning-Asahi Video Plant in College Township, State College, Pennsylvania.

The companies will occupy over 50,000 square feet of the location, nearly twice their current office and manufacturing space. Raymond J. Caravan, Jr., President of K-B Offset Printing and Chairman of theprinters.com indicated that "Our rapid growth and business expansion for the traditional and digital printing business of K-B Offset Printing and theprinters.com in the current century have exhausted our existing space on West College Avenue in State College. We are looking forward to being able to expand our current operations and continue our move into developing technologies and improving the overall printing process."

The two companies currently employ seventy (70) people in their State College facility and see new jobs and increased employment on the horizon. "The additional space will obviously increase our manufacturing capacity, and we anticipate that our business model with expanded sales and marketing efforts will allow us to increase our employment by twenty-five (25%) percent or more," say Robert L. Orr, Jr., President of theprinters.com.

The interior retrofitting and modifications will begin in August, and the companies expect to be moved to the new space in early 2007.

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Major Contract Award

07/27/2006 11:07 am

PRESS RELEASE

April 1, 2006

K-B Offset Printing awarded Major State Contract

Commonwealth of PA selects from field of 145 printers

State College, PA -- K-B Offset Printing, Inc., affiliated with theprinters.com, has been awarded an exclusive multi-year contract with The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. The printing and mailing contract provides that K-B Offset Printing be the exclusive printer for all bound, printed matter for all using agencies of the Department of General Services (DGS) within the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

Agencies of DGS include Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare, PSERS, SERS, Pennsylvania State Police, Fish and Boat Commission, Department of Agriculture, Department of Revenue, Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission, DCNR, Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, Pennsylvania Game Commission, Department of Labor and Industry, and others.

The selection process took over one year and included the consolidation of multiple state contracts into a single contract and vendor. The original field of participants under consideration included 145 printers from throughout Pennsylvania and the northeast.

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