Great News from School Photo Marketing

I’ve got some exciting news for you. If you haven’t heard, School Photo Marketing is now part of Ennis. You might ask, Who is Ennis? You might ask...
Who is Ennis?
Ennis is the largest wholesale manufacturer of printed business products in the US with more than 50 manufacturing facilities.
Why Ennis?
Adding Ennis’ strengths to ours allows us to continue to grow by offering additional products while bringing sourcing and pricing advantages to our customers. The future of School Photo Marketing is stronger than ever.
How will this affect you?
Although you may see some small changes over time, I’m not going anywhere. I will continue to lead the day-to-day operations of the company and I plan on being here for years to come. The great team we’ve got that you rely on to help your business are all still here, ready to help. Give us a call or drop us an email if you have any questions.
Just in case you are interested, here’s some more information about Ennis. Ennis, Inc. is a public company listed on the NYSE: EBF. Since 1909, Ennis, Inc. has primarily engaged in the production and sale of business forms and other business products. The Company is one of the largest private-label printed business product suppliers in the United States. Headquartered in Midlothian, Texas, the Company has production and distribution facilities strategically located throughout the United States to serve the Company’s national network of distributors. The Company manufactures and sells business forms, other printed business and commercial products, printed and electronic media, presentation products, flexographic printing, internal bank forms, secure and negotiable documents, envelopes, tags and labels, advertising specialties, adhesive notes, plastic cards and other custom products. For more information, visit ennis.com.
We are already planning for SPAC and we have many new product offerings to show you. I hope to see many of you there. If you have any questions before then, please let me know.
Sincerely,
Rob Klepner