PRINTING United Alliance Statement on Inauguration of Joseph R. Biden, Jr. as 46th President of the United States
Written January 20, 2021
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Printing is a legacy industry that has long been a part of economic and societal solutions in this country. All sectors of the printing industry are committed to contributing our technology, innovation, and entrepreneurial spirit to aid in the challenges ahead during this uncertain time.
We encourage the American printing industry, as essential manufacturing employers, to stand ready to work with the Biden-Harris administration, as well as with the newly sworn-in 117th Congress, to do our part in aiding such healing and recovery.
Now, as we move forward from the electoral process, PRINTING United Alliance looks forward to working with the White House and the 117th Congress to advocate pro-print, pro-business policies that will benefit the industry, its employees and its customers. We invite all our members and industry partners to join us in this endeavor.
Ford Bowers, CEO
PRINTING United Alliance