In-plants Hold Open Houses to Celebrate Awareness Month
In-plant Awareness Month ended yesterday, and numerous in-plants took advantage of it to promote their services throughout the month.
In Colorado, the state's Integrated Document Solutions division hosted an open house in its Denver facility on Tuesday, Feb. 26. Multiple groups of visitors were able to network with employees while learning about all of the in-plant's services and watching the print and mail equipment in action. The in-plant's management also held an Employee Appreciation Lunch to say thank you to workers for their hard work and efforts throughout the past year.
Earlier in the month, Olathe Public Schools’ Graphic Communications department invited customers to a “Facts and Snacks” event. It included a tour, a demonstration of the shop’s online ordering system and a bit of fun, with visitors invited to write messages on cookies with an edible marker.
“We wanted to highlight some growth we’ve recently had with new equipment, additional staff and additional space we have recently acquired,” says Manager Erica Derrington. “Our plan is to host more sessions like this in the near future and expand into training for design software as well.”
In-plant Awareness Month was created by the In-plant Printing and Mailing Association (IPMA) to recognize and celebrate the contributions of in-plants.