Hockey legend Teemu Selanne, PGA Pro Charley Hoffman and more!
Laguna Niguel, CA (PRWEB) December 13, 2016
ActivePDF, the leading provider of PDF automation tools, recently released a promotional video featuring retired Anaheim Ducks player and 2014 Olympic MVP Teemu Selanne, PGA TOUR winner Charley Hoffman, PGA TOUR Champions winner Scott McCarron, and professional race car driver Will Rogers.
The video opens with Selanne on the ice at Honda Center playing hockey with a golf club. The video then follows McCarron with Hoffman on the tee box using a hockey stick and Rogers racing a golf cart. The result is a humorous look at a very simple message – If you want to do a job right, you need to use the right tools.
“Our mission at ActivePDF is to supply the proper PDF tools to businesses of all sizes and in every industry,” says ActivePDF President and CEO Tim Sullivan. “Using the right tools saves companies money, time and resources. We’re very excited to have our sponsored athletes help deliver this message in a fun and engaging way. Plus, watching Teemu play golf on the ice is priceless!”
The video is now available to view and share via the ActivePDF YouTube channel at https://youtu.be/to3zJ6hf5wI or on the ActivePDF resource page.
Founded 2000 – ActivePDF is a global provider of PDF server-based tools for integration within business processes, including Enterprise Content Management (ECM), Document Management, and Workflow solutions. The ActivePDF suite is designed to streamline large volumes of rendering and assembly of content into secure PDFs. We serve numerous verticals including: Healthcare, Financial, Manufacturing, Utilities, Engineering, Legal and Government. With a substantial market presence of over 23,000 customers and distribution in more than 300,000 server licenses within 90 countries. More info at: http://www.activepdf.com.
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