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JJ Bender Launches “T.A.R.P” Assist Initiative for Printing Community

20 May, 2009

JJ Bender Launches “T.A.R.P” Assist Initiative for Printing Community

Fairfield, CT (May 2009) - JJ Bender, LLC, a leading provider of digital presses and high volume printing equipment, announced Wednesday the launch of their new initiative, T.A.R.P (Tired Asset Recovery Program). Created in an effort to help the digital printing community to get rid of old assets, T.A.R.P. will help people unlock money from their old copiers, printing equipment, and supplies.

Under this new program, JJ Bender will purchase any used copiers, printers, or surplus supplies with value that a business is looking to sell. No purchase is necessary to be eligible for the program, and it will be offered nationwide until the end of the year.

“I am extremely excited to spread this new program nationwide to our customers and non-customers alike,” said President, Jeffrey Bender. “This wide-ranging program will allow us to look at different types of devices from the office and printing markets to help turn these tired assets into money for the parties that need it most.”

To inquire about this program, please contact Liz Aveni at liza@jjbender.com or call JJ bender at 203-336-4034.

JJ Bender has over 28 years experience as a market leader in the office automation equipment industry, and specializes in digital press and high volume printing equipment. JJ Bender also offers services such as customized workflow solutions, independent leasing, and short-term and long-term rentals. Whether you are a Fortune 500 company, municipality, or a start-up venture, JJ Bender draws on their expertise in printing equipment to help clients meet their individualized needs. For more information visit JJ Bender online at www.jjbender.com or call 203-336-4034.

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