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Mar 29, 2012 12:00 AM
McCormick Armstrong -- a commercial printer with web and sheet fed capabilities, direct mail, catalog, fulfillment, distribution, and other brand management tools -- has hired Dallas veteran printing specialist Scott Sinnett to join its Southwest regional office in Dallas. Sinnett will serve customers throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth area, as well as key accounts in Houston, Tulsa, and Manhattan, Kan.
Sinnett brings more than 12 years of experience in the security-sensitive financial printing field, as well as the highly competitive and creative field of promotional point-of-sale and signage. Formerly with Bowne of Dallas and Merrill Corporation, Sinnett oversaw the smooth production workflow of clients' confidential financial documents, ensuring they met mandatory deadline filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Most recently with IntegraColor, Sinnett worked with national retailers, petroleum and convenience store operators, and rental service stores to supply signage and collateral for quickly changing in-store sales and promotions.
Prior to his career in printing sales, Sinnett spent four years in the U.S. Army as an Interrogation Team Leader for the 110th Military Intelligence Battalion. He is fluent in both Czech and Korean. He began his college career at Kansas State University in Manhattan, playing quarterback on the famed K-State Wildcats. After his Army service, he completed his bachelor of business administration degree in business management at Pittsburg State University in Pittsburg, Kan., where he played quarterback for the PSU Gorillas.
"The hallmark of a printer today is whether it can meet 'just-in-time' deliveries every single day," said Jere Ames-Johnson, vice president of sales for McCormick Armstrong. "Our retail customers often need to change their promotions daily, to stay ahead of their competition. Having the right message on display at the right time means money to a retailer.
McCormick Armstrong prides itself on 100 percent customer satisfaction -- keeping jobs flowing and delivering so our retail customers get exactly the right POS signage and collateral they need, just in time for when then need it."
The privately held, 111-year-old McCormick Armstrong is a state-of-the-art award-winning Web and sheet fed collateral communications organization. Centrally located in Wichita, Kan., the company has sales offices in Dallas, Detroit and Rhode Island. McA offers Supply Chain Management, Warehousing, Fulfillment, Database Management, Mail Distribution and more. Through their wholly-owned subsidiary Terrell Creative, McA also produces coffee table books, designs customized Branding Solutions, and offers international sourcing.
Jake Shaffer, McA's President and CEO, says that after completing a recent $10 million expansion that includes a five-unit Goss M600 and state-of-the-art pre-press technology, there are few North American printers that can equal the company's technology and resources as a print solutions provider and supply chain manager. McA holds a G7 quality certification and is an FSC certified printer.