AnaJet, Inc.

AnaJet Announces Zero Percent Financing Offer for Direct-To-Garment Buyers

AnaJet, makers of the best-selling digital apparel printer, announced that they are offering zero percent financing for a limited time for buyers of new mPower direct to garment printers. In addition to the special financing offer, for a limited time, all USA customers will receive a $3,000 price reduction off MSRP on any new mPower printer. AnaJet printers are widely regarded as the global garment decoration industry’s benchmark for faithfully reproducing full color digital images onto t-shirts, polo shirts, canvas bags and other products.

During the month of June, USA customers who qualify for zero percent financing can purchase a new mPower mP5i or mP10i at zero percent interest for up to 27 months. Qualified buyers who prefer to pay cash can opt to have an additional $3,000 AnaJet cash rebate applied to their purchase. This offer is valid for USA customers only, available from June 1 through June 30, 2013. More details are available at www.anajet.com/zpf. Actual financing terms and conditions are set by Susquehanna Commercial Finance.

“Many business owners have considered AnaJet printers as a key addition to their operations, because direct to garment printing has potentially huge margins and many new product line possibilities,” said Greg Nathanson, President of AnaJet. “We want to remove financing cost as an obstacle and enable a stronger case to enter direct to garment. I am confident that the mPower i-series is the best printer to support these businesses.”

Owners of the mPower mP5i and mP10i model units have experienced success with the improved design. “We love our mPower. We have printed well over 2,000 shirts since receiving the new i-series printer three weeks ago with outstanding results,” said Henry Landau, owner of Landau’s of Princeton in Princeton, New Jersey. “We have achieved specific reds and blues with a broader range of colors and better color fidelity than we ever thought possible.”

All mPower digital apparel printers print full-color digital images with resolutions ranging up to 1200 dpi. AnaJet launched the mPower in August 2011 and enjoyed an overwhelming response to its new printer. All AnaJet printers are made in the United States with internationally sourced components. AnaJet sells all printers, inks and accessories directly to customers in the US. Outside the US, AnaJet-certified distributors provide sales, support, training and service in more than 40 countries.

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