Progressive Solutions and Tiny Prints Extend Manufacturing Partnership through 2010

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Progressive Solutions will continue to be a Primary Manufacturer for Tiny Prints

Progressive Solutions has been the manufacturing backbone supporting our rapid growth

Progressive Solutions, Inc. a pioneer in automated, personalized greeting card manufacturing and fulfillment, and Tiny Prints, Inc., (, a leading online retailer of premium, personalized stationery announced today an extension of their three year partnership through 2010. Progressive Solutions has been the primary manufacturer for Tiny Prints since the launch of the company's digital product lines in 2005.

"Progressive Solutions has been the manufacturing backbone supporting our rapid growth," said Mak Azadi, chief operating officer for Tiny Prints. "Our partnership with Progressive has been invaluable, and we are excited to have them as a continued manufacturing partner and expert as we manage our rapid expansion."

About Progressive Solutions
Progressive Solutions was founded by Mark Sarpa and Scott Feldman in 1990. The company specializes in online printing solutions for corporate enterprises as well as back-end print and fulfillment solutions for e-stores. Progressive Solutions is also the company behind, an online retailer of personalized books and other personalized products for kids.

About Tiny Prints
Tiny Prints, Inc. is a web-based company comprised of two brands offering premium, personalized, social stationery. Tiny Prints provides simple and modern personalized stationery and seasonal stationery, including holiday party invitations, holiday photo cards and business Christmas cards. Offering exclusive designs from the nation's top designers, easy card personalization, a powerful preview engine and top-notch customer service, their designs have been lauded by numerous television networks, publications and celebrity parents. Tiny Prints finds great joy in helping their customers discover the perfect paper and design that will leave a lasting impression.


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