The Mirror File gives business an eye-catching new tool to promote their business.
Torrance, CA (PRWEB) December 23, 2013
CleaRush Prints Inc., announces the American debut of its “Mirror File” document holder at the PPAI expo in Las Vegas (January 15-17, 2014). CleaRush Prints, the Torrance, California based distributer of Japanese-style US letter-sized Clear Files, is bringing its unique printed document holders and plastic novelty good to the PPAI Expo in Las Vegas, the nation’s premier gathering for suppliers and distributers in the promotional products industry. “CleaRush’s entire product line can be custom printed for use as promotional items or souvenirs, making us a great fit for PPAI” according to general manager Tatsuya Inoue. Products to be featured at PPAI include past favorites such as the DIY Plastic Jet, as well as the company’s signature Clear Files.
The Mirror File uses metallic-coated plastic to impart a unique look to the standard Clear File plastic document holder. Keeping with the company’s motto of “Beautiful, Useful, Durable” the Mirror File takes “document holder aesthetics to a new level.” The aluminum-coated material allows light to reflect off the surface of the file, making it look as if the image is illuminated. Masaya Iwata, head of product planning, says that CleaRush “chose an image of the Mandalay Bay hotel, where PPAI is being held, which we think best shows off the unique metallic properties of the material for the sample.” According to Iwata “The Mirror File gives business an eye-catching new tool to promote their business.”
About CleaRush Prints, Inc.:
CleaRush Prints is a Torrance, California based distributor of Clear Files, clear plastic document holders made from durable polypropylene, and custom printed to order. The files are a staple of office and school life in Japan, and are produced by master printers in Nagoya, Japan. The files combine durable plastic with offset printing technology, creating a uniquely beautiful, useful and durable document holder. CleaRush Prints is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Daido Shiko Printing (DDSP), one of Japan’s leading specialist printers with offices in Nagoya and Tokyo, Japan.