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FORT WAYNE — KPC Media Group Inc., which publishes the daily newspapers in Kendallville, Auburn and Angola, along with various publications in Fort Wayne, has started a direct-mail business. To accommodate the expansion, the company is moving its Fort Wayne operations into a building in the Centennial Business Park.
“This represents a significant new investment in Fort Wayne and northeast Indiana by our family-owned business,” said Terry Housholder, KPC’s president and CEO. “The direct-mail operation gives us another way for us to serve our customers and further diversify our company.”
The new direct-mail division — KPC Mail Connection — is managed by Tom Anderson, who operated his own mailing company in Fort Wayne for many years and most recently managed the mailing business for C-Point.
“We have known and worked with Tom for a long time, as have many other area businesses,” Housholder said. “He is recognized as one of the region’s most knowledgeable individuals on postal regulations and mail preparation. I know our company and our customers will benefit from his experience.
KPC Mail Connection offers a full range of presorting and addressing services for all classes of mail, including First Class, Standard A (bulk), Periodical and Package Service, both for letters and flats. The operation utilizes two ink-jet lines and four envelop inserting machines.
” KPC is moving its Fort Wayne operations to a 17,000-square-foot building at 3306 Independence Drive. It will be the permanent home for the editorial, sales and creative staff of the Greater Fort Wayne Business Weekly and the Times Community Publications, as well as the mailing operation. The Fort Wayne publications, which are currently in the Greater Fort Wayne Chamber of Commerce building, will be moving in early October.
In addition to the Business Weekly and the Times publications, KPC publishes The News Sun in Kendallville, The Star in Auburn, and The Herald Republican in Angola; three community weeklies (The Advance Leader in Ligonier, The Butler Bulletin and the Garrett Clipper); KPC Family Magazine; and phone books for DeKalb, Steuben and Noble and LaGrange counties.
In addition to its own products, KPC’s commercial division prints a number of other publications. KPC Mail Connection will complement the printing operation, Housholder said.
KPC also operates websites associated with its newspapers, including KPCnews.com, fwbusiness.com and fwdailynews.com, and develops websites for local business and organizations.
KPC, which is based in Kendallville, is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year. It also has offices in Auburn and Angola.