Impact's "Hands-on" Bring N.B.C. "Thumbs Up"

July 1, 2001

Simulating Impact Networking's new "hands-on," try-before-you-buy showroom, in downtown Chicago, NBC television hosts, along with Impact executives, display the Kyocera Mita digital FS 8000C copier for more than 100,000 viewers. Pictured here, acclaiming Impact Networking's exclusively digital printers and copiers, are L to R, NBC's Art Norman, digital sales consultant, Tom Lajeunesse, marketing director Robert Fisher and NBC's Charlie Wojciechowski.

Reporters, Norman and Wojciechowski, who are respected for being quite knowledgeable in the field, were impressed by the state-of-the-art Kyocera Mita technology, the product's "surprisingly affordable prices" and the over-all commitment to service by Impact Networking.

The latest Impact Networking sales salon at 55 W. Monroe will be unveiled in August. A joint venture with the Kyocera Mita Corporation, the 6,000 sq. ft. space features color laser printers, black and white printers, network color copiers, wide format printers, black and white copiers, Lucent phone systems, full networking services and other state-of-the-art digital imaging products. The new location will also provide even faster service for Impact's Chicago Loop clients.

Impact's "Hands-on" Bring N.B.C. "Thumbs Up"