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Berry & Homer Is Back; Photobition Philadelphia Sold Back to Original Owners.

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PHILADELPHIA--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Nov. 8, 2002

Joseph B. Thompson and Joseph B Thompson III, have repurchased the 104 year old commercial photo lab & imaging facility and will return it to it's previous name of Berry & Homer.

Founded in 1898, Berry & Homer became a Philadelphia icon known for their work nationwide. With offices in Philadelphia and Suburban Washington, DC (Lanham, MD) Berry & Homer employs over 60 sales and service professionals.

Joseph B Thompson III stated, "We are excited about the opportunities ahead presented to us by our return to Berry & Homer. Our ability to now control our own destiny will serve our customers best interest. We are looking forward to unprecedented growth fostered by the relationships we have established over years of service to the business communities nationwide."

On the future of Berry & Homer, Joseph B Thompson, Jr. said, "We will immediately look for growth potential both inside and outside of our industry. However, we will never lose sight of our core business unit. The production of the highest quality graphics for commercial applications will always remain our first priority."

Berry & Homer has been a provider of visual communications solutions to fortune 500 companies nationwide since its inception in 1898, servicing the tradeshow, commercial signage, pharmaceutical, financial and corporate communications markets. In addition, Berry & Homer's work has been seen in the nations most prestigious museums and exhibits including Ellis Island, The Smithsonian and Newseum.
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