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Oct 1, 2009 12:00 AM

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Keep up the good work

“Hey, I printed that magazine!” said John Tompkins, a press operator at Quebecor World (now World Color) in Lebanon, OH. We asked Tompkins to pose with a copy of PFFC at the Penton Media booth at PRINT 09. Tompkins has been a regular show attendee since 1980.

Must see APTV

Nsenga Thompson, associate editor, enjoys a laugh with one of our APTV camera operators. Don't miss our next cast!

Hip, hip for Ray!

One observer called NAPL consultant Ray Prince a “rock star” after witnessing his smooth performance in front of the APTV cameras. Look for his companion video, “Tech Thought,” at

Life of Brian

We caught up with Brian Regan, president of Semper Intl. and AMERICAN PRINTER's education columnist, at the AP booth prior to joining PGSF's Ted Ringman for a tour of Education Alley.

Here's to the winners

AMERICAN Printer teamed up again with NAPL and premier sponsor Kodak to present the 2010 Environmental Excellence Awards. Gold-level sponsors include Agfa, HP, manroland and Presstek.

Winners were profiled in our September 2009 issue. We were proud to meet and mingle with the winners at the PRINT 09 awards ceremony. It was a distinct pleasure to shake hands with so many progressive printers. Congratulations!

Scenes from AMERICAN PRINTER's PRINT 09 album. (Brian Regan's “Education in Action” column returns next month.)