InfoUSA acquires ExpressCopy.com

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InfoUSA has acquired on-demand printing and mailing company ExpressCopy.com. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Portland, OR-based ExpressCopy.com is a national market leader in short-run customized direct mail pieces including direct response postcards, mailers, brochures, newsletters, flyers and business cards. Through www.expresscopy.com customers select, customize, order, print and mail marketing collateral online.

"ExpressCopy's products and services are a perfect complement to our current sales leads," Vin Gupta, chairman/CEO of infoUSA, said in a statement. "Now our customers can get sales leads, printing and mailing all under one roof."

ExpressCopy.com was founded in the basement of a warehouse building in 1992 with two black-and-white copy machines by Lee Dietz and Rick Hardy, both of whom will continue to run the company.

Mr. Gupta said infoUSA plans to make more acquisitions in the printing and mailing industry.

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