Columbus-based organizations, Ethiopian Tewahedo Social Services, ETSS and Ink Well printing company have expressed sponsorship support for the New Americans Book Fair coming up on Saturday, October 8, 2022, at the Columbus Metropolitan Library, Karl Road branch, Columbus, Ohio.
“We are happy to be associated with the New Americans Book Fair and willing to be part of the sponsorship group. It will be a great event for the community,” said ETSS Executive Director, Dr Seleshi Asfaw.
ETSS provides social services with the mission to be the focal point of integration for immigrants, refugee families, and low-income individuals in Central Ohio in order to improve the quality of their lives, to facilitate their integration through education, training, supportive services, and self-development opportunities, and to increase the awareness of their culture and heritage in Central Ohio.
Also, in a message to New Americans Book Fair, the President/ CEO of Ink Well Printers, Dr Kwesi Gyimah said “Ink Well is interested in donating the printing of the flyers for the New Americans Book Fair.”
Ink Well is a locally owned and operated printing organization and a part of the worldwide franchise under Fortusis LLC based in Jordan, Utah.
“This allows us to leverage our corporate buying power and expertise while still maintaining a local flair with employees you know and trust. We are committed to our customers’ success and look forward to establishing a great relationship with them,” said Dr Kwesi Gyimah.
“The New Americans Book Fair is highly encouraged by ETSS and Ink Well for leading the path in sponsoring the book fair. We look forward to more individuals and organizations sponsoring and supporting book fair. The theme which is “Reading Reimagined” is so critical to the community at this time for intellectual advancement,” said Fair Director, Deba Uwadiae.