I just took a job laboring in my local gym.
Although I primarily work in the office, my focus is on the swimming pools.
There are swimming matches with junior leagues, adult leagues, and senior citizen leagues. I have to manage all of the paperwork and logistics behind this portion of the gym’s business. A lot of my weekly work involves making phone calls and filling out paperwork on the laptop, but occasionally I’m creating signs and posters to hang around the pool area. For instance, there is a sizable bulletin board that features information for all of the swim leagues. But because of the high humidity near the swimming pools, a lot of the paper hanging on the board becomes swollen and disfigured within a few afternoons. I finally convinced the management at my local gym to buy a modern digital printer that can handle waterproof printing. They complained about how the bulletin board looked, and that’s why I told them it wouldn’t if all of us started printing on waterproof paper. Even though the modern digital printer was going to cost more currency than the owner wanted to spend at first, he was convinced when he saw the state of the signs around the pool as well. I started by looking at more than 2 digital printers from brands prefer Epson, Gerber, and Kerajet, despite the fact that I ended up going with Epson. This is only because I have previous experience with Epson but not the other more than one brands. Thus far our modern Epson digital waterproof printer has worked phenomenally. My managers are gleeful with the waterproof signs.