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Maestro Media Print Solutions Selects AutoCom As Agency Of Record

BLOOMFIELD HILLS, Mich., March 27, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Maestro Media Print Solutions, LLC, a Michigan-based print management company, has selected AutoCom Associates as its public relations agency of record.

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In collaboration with more than 1,000 approved printers across North America, Maestro has experienced double digit growth in the past five years. Its clients include Fortune 2000 companies, as well as medium-sized businesses, particularly those organizations with business-to-consumer products and services.

Maestro utilizes proprietary software technology with outsourcing services to simplify procurement processes. Founded in 2007 and headquartered in Bloomfield Hills, the company returns up to 10 percent of its profits to the community through participation in various charitable organizations.

AutoCom provides public relations services and counseling to businesses working in the global automotive industry and related fields. The firm is a member of Automotive PR with more than 40 affiliate agencies in 33 countries. The agency's team of professional communicators has extensive working experience with Ford, General Motors and Chrysler, as well as a number of European, Japanese and Korean automakers and their suppliers.

In addition to Maestro Media Print Solutions, AutoCom clients include: Alcantara, Elektrobit (EB), Gibbs Technologies, Gibbs Sports Amphibians, HELLA KGaA Hueck & Co., INFICON, KEMET, Lippitt O'Keefe Gornbein PLLC, MAHLE, Saphran Solutions, Thetford Corporation and the Wallonia (Belgium) Office for Foreign Investors.

More information on Maestro Media Print Solutions is available on the Internet at

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