FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Condé Introduces Wrought Iron Products For Ceramic & Hardboard Tiles
April 2008 - Condé™ Systems, Inc. has added a line of wrought iron products to its DyeTrans™ family of tile accessories. Each of the matte black wrought iron products - including frames, house number hangers, baskets, coaster holders, trivets, towel holders, and garden stakes - showcases one or more personalized ceramic or hardboard tiles. Digital decorators can produce custom home accents, wedding gifts, anniversary gifts, and more - all with the distinctive look of wrought iron and the lasting beauty and charm of tile. Condé strives to offer the largest variety of imprintable tiles and tile products for the custom decorating industry. The new additions join an existing line-up of wood tile products that includes keepsake boxes, frames, planter boxes, bookends, letter boxes, coaster holders, lazy susans, serving trays, napkin holders, note holders, and pencil holders. Visit www.conde.com for additional information and pricing.
With an emphasis on dye sublimation technology and the sublimation transfer process, Condé Systems has become the recognized leader in the personalized products market by offering everything needed to get into the photo gift business including transfer systems, production software, blank imprintables, transfer paper and supplies, and instructional videos. Screen printers, sign makers, embroiderers, pad printers, engravers, photographers, artists, and home business entrepreneurs can expand their current product offerings by providing their customers full-color, photographic quality gifts and awards. During all stages of product selection, sales, and post sales, Condé offers expert knowledge and superior customer support.
Condé and DyeTrans are trademarks of Condé Systems, Inc. Other brands and product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective holders.
Condé Systems, Inc.
5600 Commerce Boulevard East
Mobile, Alabama 36619 (USA)
Toll Free: (800) 826-6332
Phone: (251) 633-5704
Secure Fax: (251) 633-3876