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Seminar Follow Up

25 Sep

BPI continues to make the transition from a well-respected reprographics company to a full-service industry partner. Over the last 56 years, we have managed printed media throughout the building cycle for our valued clients such as engineers, architects, owners, general contractors, and subcontractors. As the industry continues to evolve, BPI evolves with it–right into the world of digital and electronic media.

Recently, we invited some of our valued clients to Miller Park for Construction Technology Seminar that included a historical review of how BPI began in this industry and how we developed and transitioned into the construction technology company we are today. We offered a detailed demonstration of eCommunication (eComm) which was very well received by our guests. In most cases, attendees determined that eComm would be a great time- and money-saving digital document tool for their companies.

After the eComm demonstration, BPI’s guests were treated to a fantastic Classic Tailgate buffet and a somewhat-surreal behind-the-scenes tour of Miller Park. Guests even had the opportunity to meet Milwaukee Brewers, Rickie Weeks and Mike Fiers.

For those who were unable to attend BPI’s Construction Technology Seminar, we would be most appreciative of the opportunity to come to your location and present the eCommunication software to you.

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Entrance Music

24 Jun

Took a couple clients to the Brewers game this past week. Had some good laughs and stayed dry with all the rain we were having. The only down side of the day was that the team lost.

But something that I noticed was that each Brewer coming to the play has their own entrance music. A song that they feel represents them as they come to the plate. Ryan Braun has “H.A.M” by Kanye West and Rickie Weeks has “Hustle Hard” by Ace Hood. The rest of the list of the current Brewer entrance songs are here.

It got me thinking. Just like your own personal brand, what is your Entrance Song? Do you pick one that the lyrics describe you OR do you take one that the beat is all about who you are?

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