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Join us here at Allied Printing Services for an event hosted in partnership with the American Marketing Association’s Connecticut Chapter on Thursday, October 18th, 5:30 PM to 8:00 PM. We’ll learn about:
• Improving your lead generation
• Utilizing the power of keywords
• Why and how a polished LinkedIn profile can help you

The evening starts with networking and a light dinner, then moves on to the presentation. Guests will receive a special parting gift. Please contact your Allied sales representative to reserve your spot today!

For more information: www.amact.org.
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Looking to generate more leads through social media? Consider the power of LinkedIn! 

Join us here at Allied Printing Services for an event hosted in partnership with the American Marketing Association’s Connecticut Chapter on Thursday, October 18th, 5:30 PM to 8:00 PM. We’ll learn about:
• Improving your lead generation
• Utilizing the power of keywords
• Why and how a polished LinkedIn profile can help you

The evening starts with networking and a light dinner, then moves on to the presentation. Guests will receive a special parting gift. Please contact your Allied sales representative to reserve your spot today!

For more information: www.amact.org.

Our VP of Business Development, Rick Blinderman, once again joined fellow cyclists from across the country to honor the victims of 9/11 in the annual Tour de Force ride. The organization keeps memories alive by raising funds to benefit the families of police officers killed in the line of duty – the ultimate sacrifice.

Since their first ride in 2002, the Tour de Force has grown to more than 250 riders and 40 support teams for the annual four-day event held each September. Bicyclists ride a minimum of 270 miles in the Northeast to support this cause. The 2018 Tour de Force began at the United States Military Academy at West Point, navigated a route through New Jersey and Delaware, then finished in Annapolis, Maryland at the United States Naval Academy.

This was Rick’s third Tour de Force. Anyone who wants to learn more about this fundraising campaign can reach out to Rick or visit their website at www.tourdeforceny.com.
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Our VP of Business Development, Rick Blinderman, once again joined fellow cyclists from across the country to honor the victims of 9/11 in the annual Tour de Force ride. The organization keeps memories alive by raising funds to benefit the families of police officers killed in the line of duty – the ultimate sacrifice.

Since their first ride in 2002, the Tour de Force has grown to more than 250 riders and 40 support teams for the annual four-day event held each September. Bicyclists ride a minimum of 270 miles in the Northeast to support this cause. The 2018 Tour de Force began at the United States Military Academy at West Point, navigated a route through New Jersey and Delaware, then finished in Annapolis, Maryland at the United States Naval Academy. 

This was Rick’s third Tour de Force. Anyone who wants to learn more about this fundraising campaign can reach out to Rick or visit their website at http://www.tourdeforceny.com.

 

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Awesome, Rick.

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