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Where Print Meets Technology
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July is National Ice Cream Month. Did you know that the Ancient Greeks may have invented the first ice cream, a treat they made by mixing a combination of snow, fruit and honey.
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Domtar designs, manufactures, markets and distributes a wide variety of pulp, paper and personal care products. They also have lots of free resources. http://ow.ly/Oclu30dvw5v

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Nissan recently sent a unique direct mailer. Find out why it was memorable in our latest blog. http://ow.ly/jfLh30dJddR

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Kris has been with Ritter's for a year and is our digital press operator and also handles prepress and design. He is originally from Lima, Peru but moved to the U.S. when he was eleven years old. Kris received his B.A. in Graphic Design from Miami International University of Arts & Design. In his career, Kris has worked for ad agencies and has been in printing/prepress for the past ten years. He also has a prepress certificate from Heidelberg. Kris and his wife have a daughter and welcomed twin boys in April. In his free time Kris loves to play soccer and spend time with his family.
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Ricardo has been with Ritter's for 3 1/2 years as a bindery technician, which includes cutting, padding and folding. He's a master of our versa-fold machine which we use to making boxes, pocket folders and tip-on magnets and business cards. Ricardo originally took a print course in high school and found he had an aptitude for it. He started his career printing on small presses then transitioned to operating cutting and folding machines and all types of bindery equipment. Originally from Jamaica, Ricardo has been in South Florida over 30 years and enjoys spending time with his daughter, going to the gym and attending car shows.
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You'll be surprised at all the things paper can cut! http://ow.ly/eMA830dcgyf

Fun postal fact: The shortest rural delivery route is in Carrollton, TX. The carrier travels 1.2 miles daily and delivers 312 central delivery boxes.

Fun postal fact: The highest zip code is 99950 in Ketchikan, AK.

Fun postal fact: The lowest zip code is 00501, a unique zip code for the IRS in Holtsville, NY.

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Happy 4th!
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