OfficeMax.com Offers New Printing Service

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OfficeMax.com, the e-commerce unit of OfficeMax Inc., yesterday began offering a new printing service that will allow customers to design, proof and order custom-printed stationery products and office supplies in more than 32 categories.


Customers will have the option of designing and ordering full-color business cards, letterhead, promotional items, customized stamps and other items.


Users can access the service -- CopyMax -- by logging on to www.officemax.com or www.copymax.com.


The service is touted as being able to provide exclusive, printable in-store coupons, which customers can redeem at CopyMax inside OfficeMax retail stores for special offers on services such as color copying, binding and laminating.


"The CopyMax services at OfficeMax.com provide both our online and offline customers a complete printing destination," said Ryan Vero, executive vice president at OfficeMax.com, Cleveland.


"By integrating the online CopyMax services with our retail locations, we have created a true one-stop shopping solution that can accommodate the printing needs of not only small businesses, but medium to large corporations as well."


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