Not-for-Profit Entities Eligible to Save Millions of Dollars in 2011

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PrintNinja announces new not-for-profit printing program. The program guarantees participants a 15% Maximum Markup on their Not-For-Profit Printing Work.

15% Maximum Markup on Not-For-Profit Printing Work

“We promise our not-for-profit printing customers that we’ll never take a markup higher than 15%,” says PrintNinja.com CEO Russell Potterfield. “Never more than 15% - and we will never take more than $500 total profit on any job, no matter how large.”

The radical new approach to pricing goods to not-for-profits makes running these special organizations a little bit easier.

All documented not-for-profit entities are eligible to participate in this program. Trade associations, vocational schools, religious charities and cultural events will all enjoy significant benefits. “Our business sources every kind of printed material you can imagine,” says Potterfield, “from banners to bags to booklets to ballpoint pens. We can supply any printed material for our customers. Our finely-tuned sourcing networks will help not-for-profits put money back towards their primary missions.”

Every statistic shows that not-for-profits are struggling to raise funds in today’s economy. Donations are down. Government funding is drying up. The cost of finding and engaging funding sources continues to rise. Firms everywhere must find new ways to lower their operating costs. This special program promises a significant benefit for many not-for-profits.

“Our regular online pricing is already really low,” says Potterfield. “But our not-for-profit printing prices are even lower. We treat every job here as a custom printing quote, and walk the buyer through a consultative process. Once customers have been accepted into the program, we work to understand their needs and insure that we’re giving them the best possible service. We take their print job specifications to multiple sources domestically and internationally. The results can be very impressive – many times customers are simply blown away by what we are able to do for them.”

PrintNinja is an online printing company that has a rich network of printing resources in the US and in China. Booklets and catalogs are particularly affordable – and those products are staples for most not-for-profits. “Commercial advertisers are struggling with print media, but printed materials are still core for not-for-profit entities,” says Potterfield. “Donors - especially aging donors - just can’t engage or fully understand a cause on a flashy website. They have to have something more tactile. You simply must put printed materials in front of potential donors if you want their support. A beautiful full-color booklet that describes your mission makes an impression over and over again in a way that the web simply can’t.”

The company also excels at providing materials for events and conferences. Their blend of lead times and cost positions means that they can order small and large quantities with equal dexterity. “We might source an event bag from a company in New Jersey, T-shirts from California and have the rest printed in China,” says Marcia Doll, Customer Service Manager. “We have assembly and fulfillment operations that can put those items together and deliver them to your event seamlessly.”

PrintNinja’s website showcases their cheap booklet printing offering, but many other products are only available through their custom quotation service. PrintNinja’s low prices and special not-for-profit pricing program will help charities run their missions more effectively and efficiently.

Contact PrintNinja at 877-396-4652 or http://www.printninja.com for more information, a custom
quote or a sample print pack.

Company Information: PrintNinja is a Columbia, Missouri-based company providing U.S. customers with wicked-low prices on printed goods from China while delivering traditional American quality and service. We serve a wide variety of customers and are always glad to answer any printing questions.

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