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Next Thursday is our 11th Annual Golf Tournament hosted by the Allied Printing Charitable Foundation at Tunxis Plantation located in Farmington, CT and registration has been extended! You are officially invited to join us for a great day of golf or to attend the dinner reception that begins at 4pm serving up delicious food, plenty of raffle prizes and a magnificent silent auction featuring two tickets (lower level) to Boston Bruins vs LA Kings game, meet & greet with Kings players and signed game stick by LA Kings players. (Plus many more items on the auction block!) We had a wonderful time last year raising funds for Connecticut Children’s, Cushing Academy, Fidelco Guide Dog and Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, all captured in the highlight video below. We can’t wait to see you on June 14th! #givingisgood #alliedprintingcharitablefoundation #year11 #pleasejoinus #registrationisopen

youtu.be/0T5YfPdAI2IOn June 29th, 2017, Allied Printing Services Charitable Foundation hosted it's 10th Annual Golf Tournament at Tunxis Plantation Country Club located in Farmi...
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It seems rare these days for employees to stay with one company for long. In fact, the average job tenure in today’s economy is seven years. Which makes it even more remarkable that we have so many co-workers here at Allied with 30 years of service or longer.

On May 31st, we celebrated another Allied co-worker reaching the 30-year milestone: David M. Brouillette, Vice President of Sales. Dave’s official start date with the company was May 31, 1988. He came to Allied by way of Danbury Printing and Finlay Printing, but Dave grew up in the printing business. His father owned a small print shop in Wolcott where Dave learned the trade and went to work as soon as he was old enough to lend a hand. His wife of 34 years, Donna, recalls that some of their first “dates” were spent collating books in the bindery. Dave attended RIT, graduating with a degree in Print Management in 1982. He joined Allied as a sales representative and was successful in bringing in many large clients and managing a good book of business. Members of his production team know Dave’s “golden rule”: “Good news, bad news – you can tell the customer any good news but let me deliver bad news – it’s better if I control the narrative”. He was named Vice President of Sales in 2000, and over the years has been recognized for his contributions with some of Allied’s most prestigious sales awards: including the John Caputi Award “For Achievement in Professionalism and Integrity in Graphic Sales” in 1997, 2007, 2010 and 2011; the John F. Sommers Sales Award “In Recognition of Outstanding Sales Achievement” in 2009; and Circle of Excellence Awards in 2000, 2001, 2002, 2005, 2006 and 2008.

Dave and Donna live in the Brouillette family compound in Wolcott, Connecticut. They have two grown daughters, Lauren and Danielle. He is active in his community, serving on the Board of Directors of the Connecticut Junior Soccer Association. Dave’s neighbors know him as a generous man who will plow out a neighbor in a snowstorm. His friends know him as a determined “do-it-yourselfer” who never gives up on a project or on a car, often running up 250,000 miles or more on his vehicles.

Thank you Dave, for your valuable contribution to Allied Printing Services for the past thirty years!
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It seems rare these days for employees to stay with one company for long. In fact, the average job tenure in today’s economy is seven years.  Which makes it even more remarkable that we have so many co-workers here at Allied with 30 years of service or longer.

On May 31st, we celebrated another Allied co-worker reaching the 30-year milestone: David M. Brouillette, Vice President of Sales.  Dave’s official start date with the company was May 31, 1988.  He came to Allied by way of Danbury Printing and Finlay Printing, but Dave grew up in the printing business.  His father owned a small print shop in Wolcott where Dave learned the trade and went to work as soon as he was old enough to lend a hand. His wife of 34 years, Donna, recalls that some of their first “dates” were spent collating books in the bindery.  Dave attended RIT, graduating with a degree in Print Management in 1982. He joined Allied as a sales representative and was successful in bringing in many large clients and managing a good book of business.  Members of his production team know Dave’s “golden rule”: “Good news, bad news – you can tell the customer any good news but let me deliver bad news – it’s better if I control the narrative”.   He was named Vice President of Sales in 2000, and over the years has been recognized for his contributions with some of Allied’s most prestigious sales awards: including the John Caputi Award “For Achievement in Professionalism and Integrity in Graphic Sales” in 1997, 2007, 2010 and 2011; the John F. Sommers Sales Award “In Recognition of Outstanding Sales Achievement” in 2009; and Circle of Excellence Awards in 2000, 2001, 2002, 2005, 2006 and 2008. 

Dave and Donna live in the Brouillette family compound in Wolcott, Connecticut. They have two grown daughters, Lauren and Danielle. He is active in his community, serving on the Board of Directors of the Connecticut Junior Soccer Association.  Dave’s neighbors know him as a generous man who will plow out a neighbor in a snowstorm.  His friends know him as a determined “do-it-yourselfer” who never gives up on a project or on a car, often running up 250,000 miles or more on his vehicles.  

Thank you Dave, for your valuable contribution to Allied Printing Services for the past thirty years!

 

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Congratulations, Dave!

One of my favorite guys, ever.

Congratulations Dave, , , remember the NU annual reports? 🤟

I worked for Allied 8 years in the pre-press dept. many years ago, but I still remember working on several of Dave's jobs. Great salesman and nice guy.. Congrats 🙂

Congrats Dave!

Congratulations Dave !

Congratulations!! David

Woot woot!

Congratulations!

Congratulations, Dave!!

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