Epson, a worldwide technology leader, today announced a partnership with NBA Hall of Famer, business leader and philanthropist, Shaquille O'Neal, to champion the everyday benefits of Epson’s advanced printing solutions.

As a tech enthusiast and skilled investor, Shaq is a first mover when it comes to identifying innovative companies and products. Epson’s EcoTank printers offer cartridge-free printing with easy-to-fill, supersized ink tanks, empowering users to get more done in less time. The unique replacement ink bottles allow users to print thousands of pages, which means less waste and fewer trips to the store.

Building on its market leadership in education, Epson will also launch “Epson and Shaq Give Back” a new initiative in collaboration with Communities in Schools (CIS) to provide a suite of technology products, including EcoTank printers, interactive projectors and scanners, to many schools across the country. Communities In Schools works inside schools empowering students to stay in school and on a path to graduation. The partnership between CIS and the “Epson and Shaq Give Back” program will ensure more schools gain access to the technology tools they need to help their students stay focused, motivated and moving forward.

“Epson and I share the same passion for education and giving back,” O’Neal said. “We can’t wait to roll this program out.”

To learn more about Epson, visit www.epson.com. To learn more about EcoTank cartridge-free printers, visit www.epson.com/ecotank.

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