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ENX Magazine May 2019 Issue

Looks like we are being noticed. ENX Magazine mentioned us in the article entitled On Par with Excellence by Erik Cagle.

Below is a snippet of the article:

Gregg Petrie
President
Copiers Northwest

The Western Washington University product has focused on sales and marketing throughout the northwest since the company’s inception in 1986. Petrie’s understanding of the marketplace has been one of the keys to Copiers Northwest’s three-plus decades of growth. Continued growth has been augmented by Petrie’s diversification into areas such as Canon wide-format printers, which has opened the door to a wealth of graphics opportunities. Additionally, Copiers Northwest’s on-site production printing has helped the overflow needs of clients, giving the dealer a mark of distinction among its competitors.

“Gregg is one of the most creative individuals I’ve had the pleasure of working with over the last quarter of a century. He consistently develops ideas, promotions and labels that communicate Copiers Northwest’s strengths and benefits, and makes selling more fun for the sales force. He and his brother Mark have done a remarkable job competing in a market that now rivals Silicon Valley technology-wise. Surrounded by buildings occupied by Facebook, Google, Amazon and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Copiers Northwest has not only survived, but thrived with a feeling the best is still to come.”

–Ian Crockett, President, ICE Advertising

 

Mark Petrie
CEO
Copiers Northwest

A Victory Viking alumni like his brother and fellow Northwest Copiers owner Gregg, the CEO half of the executive tandem has been equally instrumental in guiding the dealership to the $50 million plateau, making it a recognized leader in not only Seattle but the entirety of the Great Northwest. Copiers Northwest has flourished during its 33-year history as Petrie has enjoyed success with long-term employee tenure, particularly on the service side of the organization. He’s built solid manufacturer relationships and shown a willingness to evolve, particularly when it comes to products and services that enable clients to focus on their core competencies.

“I’ve known Mark for over 25 years and have always admired his thirst for learning. In spite of being the CEO of a thriving company competing in one of the world’s most technologically savvy markets, he understands the need for professional growth and leveraging educational opportunities through his memberships in CDA and Vistage, the world’s largest CEO organization. His strong leadership throughout the years has made a significant difference in the lives of his employees and their families.”

–Ian Crockett, President, ICE Advertising

You can read the entire article here.