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Jan 31, 2011

Company Personnel Join NEWH Board

KnowledgeByte Main Image is pleased to announce that company president, Charlene Hesketh, and our Los Angeles Representative, Lanee S. Burns, will be serving on the 2011 Board of Directors of the Los Angeles Founding Chapter of NEWH (Network of Executive Women In Hospitality.) Charlene will serve as the Board’s Secretary and Lanee will serve as the Scholarship Director. Both are excited to serve and be a part of this excellent hospitality industry organization.

NEWH is the premiere networking source for the Hospitality Industry, providing scholarships, education, leadership development, recognition of excellent and business development opportunities. The membership spans the United States, Canada and the UK with new chapters forming globally.

The organization’s focus is to provide scholarships and education. NEWH has provided several million dollars to students in all facets of the hospitality industry. NEWH seeks to promote the highest standard of excellence in hospitality and develop the leadership of tomorrow.

Charlene and Lanee will be introduced, along with the rest of the Board members, on Wednesday, February 9, 2011 at the Chapter’s Annual Membership Drive to be held at Phyllis Morris Showroom, 655 N. Robertson Blvd., North Hollywood, Ca. 90069.  To RSVP for the event go to

We are proud to have Charlene and Lanee involved in this great organization!

Jan 10, 2011

Recyclable Mounting Boards

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We are pleased to announce the availability of our earth-friendly, recyclable mounting board, TerraMons™. This rigid paper composite board with a honeycomb core is 100% recyclable.

These boards are ideal for interior signage, POP displays, exhibits, kiosks, mounting and more!  They come in 4′×8′ to 5′×10′ sheets and are available in thicknesses of ¼″, ½″, ¾″ and 1″.

Begin creating more earth-friendly displays by using TerraMons™ mounting boards for your next project. Call us today to find out more!

Jan 4, 2011

Wallcovering Last Longer, Costs Less

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Commercial grade wallcoverings are easier to clean, require less maintenance, provide more durability and look better longer than paint. Any type of wall treatment, whether it is paint or wallcovering, is a major investment. It is wise to carefully consider the total cost of installation and maintenance of both products over the length of their useful lives. When you do that, you will see that wallcoverings are the more cost-effective option over paint.

Few will argue that digital wallcovering can create a more dramatic impact than paint. Nothing can change the look and feel of a room better than digital wallcovering.

Surveys show that in commercial settings, paint begins to show noticeable wear and needs to be reapplied every three years. Yet wallcovering can hold it’s fresh appearance and ease of maintenance for 10 years or more.  Wallcoverings offer many times the durability, cleanability and wall protection of paint.

The next time you are considering wall treatments, consider the elegance and practicality of wallcoverings as the cost-effective alternative to the inconvenience and expense of constant painting and repainting.

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