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Paul Lindsley, VP, Public Relations

As Vice President of Public Relations, Paul Lindsley uses his 25 plus years of experience to promote, protect, and publicize the good works of our clients. A former journalist, Paul is an Accredited Business Communicator (ABC) who strategically manages Phase 3’s Public Relations Division with teams in Atlanta, Charlotte and Nashville. Phase 3’s Public Relations teams create and manage local, regional and national media and public relations strategies for clients to include: retail openings, company and product launches, community relations, crisis communications, thought leadership, reputation management, media training and integrated internal and external marketing services. Since Paul earned his Master of Arts in Corporate Communication, he has also served as course developer and adjunct professor teaching integrated corporate communications at Austin Peay State University, the University of Memphis and TN eCampus.

Phase 3 Earns #20 Ranking on Wide-Format Impressions 50

ATLANTA – (Feb. 17, 2020)  – Phase 3 Marketing and Communications, an integrated marketing services firm, has earned the #20 ranking on Wide-Format Impressions 50. The annual ranking details the top companies within the United States and Canada, as ranked by their annual wide-format sales volume.



Since 2001, Phase 3’s model has been simple: combine the talent to ideate and the ability to execute all within one company offering complete printing and finishing services in Atlanta, GA, Dallas, TX, and Fairfield, NJ production facilities.


Phase 3 Marketing and Communications’ printing services include small and large-format digital, six-color offset, fabric printing and variable data printing, all connected with powerful marketing services that create real efficiencies while delivering measurable effectiveness.


For the past 35 years, Printing Impressions, Wide-format Impressions’ sister publication, has produced the Printing Impressions 400 List, the industry’s most comprehensive listing of the leading printing companies in the United States and Canada ranked by annual sales volume. This year, the company researched data and pulled out companies that indicated they had digital wide-format equipment and/or provided wide-format sign and graphics applications — including POP/POS signage, banners, billboards and vehicle graphics.