National Firm Expanding K.C. Operations

| August 24, 2013
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Some good news for the Kansas City metro area as a local marketing firm is consolidating and expanding its facilities, including the addition of approximately 42 full-time jobs.

The Missouri Department of Economic Development made the announcement Thursday that “Mail Print”, a national player in personalized printing and high-response direct marketing, will move facilities in Kansas City, Ks and Independence, Mo. to a centralized location in Kansas City, Mo.

The DED has set up an incentives package that will require strict job creation and investment criteria.

Press Release from the Mo. Department of Economic Development

KANSAS CITY – The Missouri Department of Economic Development (DED) announced today that Mail Print, a direct marketing firm, will be expanding and consolidating its operations to its Kansas City, Mo., facility. The expansion includes a significant investment and is projected to create 42 new full-time jobs.

Mail Print is a full-service printing, marketing and mailing company. Since their founding in 1988, Mail Print has grown to be a national leader in personalized printing and high-response direct marketing technologies. Their innovative services have helped companies nation-wide enhance and streamline their direct marketing, achieving higher revenue and profits.

Currently, Mail Print has locations in Kansas City, Kan., Independence, Mo., and Kansas City, Mo. However, the company will be consolidating all branches and relocating to an expanded facility in Kansas City, Mo. Due to increasing demand in its services, Mail Print will also be hiring additional employees.

Some of the state of Missouri’s resources and initiatives that have aided business expansions include the Certified Work Ready Communities Program, export assistance, customized job recruitment and screening, Certified Site designation, LocationOne site and building database, and others that can be found at www.ded.mo.gov.

To assist Mail Print with its expansion, the Department of Economic Development and the City of Kansas City have authorized a strategic economic incentive package that the company can receive if it meets strict job creation and investment criteria.

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