PopMount, Inc. applies for membership
PopMount, a high-quality printing source and framing alternative, has applied for membership in SNPA. PopMount gives its customers the tools necessary to create stunning display pieces and works of art.
Its products range from archival posters to plaque mounted prints. Its trademark piece, the PopMount, is a durable, scratch resistant, archival quality print that is mounted to an environmentally friendly, rigid substrate board.
Not only are its products perfect for artwork and photographs, but for printed and published material as well. Publishers across the country are using PopMount's products to sell reprints of their content directly from their newspaper or magazine, while its plaques, banners and window decals are perfect for displaying highly coveted annual "Best Of" Awards.
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Jocelyn Senn, CEO of PopMount, can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or (804) 232-4999.
For information about membership in SNPA, contact Howard Hoffman in the SNPA office: (404) 256-0444 or Howard.Hoffman@snpa.org.
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