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44 non-profits sign up to compete in 11th annual Make My Non-Profit Run Better contest for chance to win a portion of $60,000 in total prizes

Public voting for non-profits begins today at www.MMNPRB.com

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. (July 11, 2016) – A total of 44 Springfield and Champaign area non-profits have entered the  11th annual Make My Non-Profit Run Better contest for a chance to win a portion of $60,000 in office technology prizes from RK Dixon.

RK Dixon, a leading providers of copiers, printers, IT services, managed print services and pure drinking water systems, is now giving the public a chance to support their favorite non-profit organizations by simply casting their votes online at www.MMNPRB.com.

The first round of voting will narrow participants to five finalists in each of the “large” and “small” non-profit categories, moving them one step closer to office technology makeovers and equipment packages that are designed to make the non-profits run better and – as a result – enhance their ability to focus on their mission.

The first prize winner in the “large” non-profit category will receive an office technology makeover valued at up to $30,000. The second prize winner will receive an equipment package valued at up to $10,000. The first prize winner in the “small” non-profit category will receive an office technology makeover valued at up to $15,000. The second prize winner will receive an equipment package valued at up to $5,000.

“We are thrilled to see so many Springfield and Champaign-area organizations participate in this event. It really goes to show that an office technology makeover can make a huge impact on the daily operations of these organizations,” said Bryan Dixon, CEO of RK Dixon. “It’s now in the hands of the public to determine which one of these deserving non-profits will receive an office technology makeover, and we encourage them to vote every day.”

The first round of online voting will end on July 15 at 5 p.m. The public may vote for one small non-profit and one large non-profit per device per day at www.MMNPRB.com.

The second and final round of voting will begin July 25 and will narrow down the top five finalists in each category to the winning organizations. The winner of the Make My Non-Profit Run Better contest is scheduled to be announced Aug. 4.

RK Dixon is partnering with WICS-TV for this year’s Make My Non-Profit Run Better contest.

For a complete list of registered non-profit organizations, please visit: http://www.mmnprb.com/search/.

For more information about the contest or to receive a high-resolution contest logo, please contact Darren Garrett, APR, marketing manager at RK Dixon, at 563.823.6365.

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About RK Dixon/Premier
RK Dixon is a leading provider of copiers, printersmanaged print servicesIT solutions and pure water drinking systems in each of the business communities it serves. Founded in 1983, the company retains a highly trained and tenured staff, and provides its customers with products boasting over 99 percent uptime. RK Dixon, along with its sister company, Premier, serves more than 120 counties in Iowa, Illinois and Wisconsin with office locations in Davenport, Marshalltown, and Urbandale, Iowa, and Bloomington, Champaign, Peoria, Rockford and Springfield, Ill. In April, 2011, Premier was acquired by Global Imaging Systems (GIS), a Xerox Company (NYSE: XRX).
RK Dixon was acquired by GIS in February 2012. For more information, visit www.rkdixon.com or call 877.RK.DIXON (877.753.4966). To learn more about Premier, visit www.premier-iowa.com or call 888.569.1257.

About Xerox

Xerox is helping change the way the world works. By applying our expertise in imaging, business process, analytics, automation and user-centric insights, we engineer the flow of work to provide greater productivity, efficiency and personalization. Our employees create meaningful innovations and provide business process services, printing equipment, software and solutions that make a real difference for our clients and their customers in 180 countries. On January 29, 2016, Xerox announced that it plans to separate into two independent, publicly-traded companies: a business process outsourcing company and a document technology company. Xerox expects to complete the separation by year-end 2016.