Noteworthy to End Artwork Charges
Effective January 1, 2010, Amsterdam, New York-based Noteworthy announced the company is ending artwork charges. Chad Majewski, vice president of sales, explained, "Lately we've obsessed about simplicity. Artwork charges are a frustration to deal with so we decided to end them completely. If necessary, we'll fix any artwork for free."
Majewski further commented on the company's artwork policies, "We accept anything you send us. 98 percent of the time we will be able to use whatever you send us. If necessary, we rebuild your artwork from scratch and without charge.”
Noteworthy is introducing the benefits of full-color, digital printing to many of the most popular promotional products including plastic bags, bumper stickers, decals, banners, political signs and memo books. The company was founded in 1954 when Tom Constantino invented the car litterbag. Noteworthy remains a family-owned and operated business.
For more information on Noteworthy, visit www.noteworthy.com.