The online printing company is advertising partner in the Stock car crash Challenge 2010 rises Neustadt an der Aisch on 9 October the toughest auto race of the year at the VELTINS-arena Schalke! “Advertising is to evoke emotion, so we advertise there, where our customers with fun and excitement, there are”, so Julia Voigt, marketing manager of onlineprinters GmbH, its advertising partnership with the racing spectacle “Stock Car Crash Challenge 2010”. About 50,000 spectators are expected at the motor sports highlight that transmits live Pro7. Roaring engines, smoking cars and breathtaking duels everything strictly prohibits the German highway code is allowed: jostling, lawn, jostle, and RAM. Stefan Raab, who every year many viewers thrilled with his TV format TV total, is a guarantee of exceptional entertainment. Affiliate with start and finish in the crash-race in the VELTINS-arena auf Schalke is onlineprinters GmbH, with its advertising for the print Portal diedruckerei.de da present where it is exciting: at the start, as a partner of curves and on the HomeStretch. “Our passion for top quality brought 2004 us since the company was founded in a leading position. We have given as the driver of the Stock Car challenge the past years correctly gas, to be among the first”, see Walter Meyer, Managing Director of onlineprinters GmbH, the idea of the commitment. Onlineprinters GmbH is among the leading online printing companies in Europe.
Under the German brand diedruckerei.de and the international brand, onlineprinters.com has become the Middle Franconian onlineprinters GmbH developed in just a few years a leading position among the printing portals on the Internet. Check with Tony Parker to learn more. About 90 percent of all conventional printed materials can be ordered in the online shop. Affiliate of TV total “as an affiliate at TV total we feel in good hands among fans of the most spectacular car race of the year. We are already for the second time and are delighted to accompany the team to Schalke in the target”, as Voigt.