Press Release: MCC Hosts Patriot Pack on Annual Charity Ride

The 2018 Ride For Jillian Memphis Communications Corporation is a sponsor and one of seven stops for the team of 15 motorcycle riders as they journey across America from Scottsdale, AZ to Washington, DC on their annual charity ride to the Rolling Thunder motorcycle rally, in honor of Military P.O.W. and M.I.A. The cross-country portion…

Cambridge Sound Management’s Names MCC as an Authorized Dealer

Memphis Communications Corporation has been selected as an authorized dealer of Cambridge Sound Management to procure, install and provide warranty and labor support on all Cambridge Sound Management products. Cambridge Sound Management, LLC (CSM) is the developer of Qt Quiet Technology™ sound masking systems. CSM offers innovative, simple and intelligently designed solutions to the problems…

Toshiba Receives 2013 Bronze Stevie® Award for Best New Business-to-Business Product

Toshiba was presented with the 2013 Bronze Stevie® Award within the Best New Business-to-Business Product of the Year category at the 11th annual American Business Awards recently in San Francisco. Toshiba earned the award – which was judged by 12 executives – for its e-STUDIO2550C™ and e-STUDIO2551C series of color multifunction products (MFPs). More than 3,200 Stevie award…

Toshiba’s Latest Color Multifunction Products Nab Better Buys for Business Editor’s Choice Award

Toshiba America Business Solutions, Inc. announces its e-STUDIO5055C series of multifunction products (MFPs) have received this month’s Better Buys for Business Editor’s Choice Award within the color copier segment. Better Buys for Business selected the e-STUDIO5055C series after rigorously testing all current color copiers.  The leading managed print services (MPS) provider and business printing solutions…

Ready for 49-cent stamp? Postal Service proposes another price hike

Time to stock up on those “Forever” stamps: The U.S. Postal Service is proposing a 3-cent increase in the cost of mailing a letter, effective in January. That would bring the cost of first-class stamps to 49 cents. The Postal Service also proposed increases for letters that weigh more than one ounce, postcards and letters to international…