Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6 Page 7 Page 8 Page 9 Page 10 Page 11 Page 12 Page 13 Page 14 Page 15 Page 16 Page 17 Page 18 Page 19 Page 20 Page 21 Page 22 Page 23 Page 24B u l l d o g C r e at i v e S e r v i c e s | 19 BUILDING MOMENTUM NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES 320 WE’VE BEEN WORKING HARD, AND WE ARE ASSESSING OURSELVES AND BEING BRUTALLY HONEST; WE UNDERSTAND WE HAVE A LOT OF WORK TO DO TO BRING THIS COMPANY TO HEALTH AND PROSPERITY. PRUDENT MANAGEMENT HAS AND WILL CONTINUE TO ALLOW US TO MEET ALL OF OUR OBLIGATIONS WHILE WE BUILD MOMENTUM TOWARD OUR PROSPEROUS FUTURE.” — JUSTIN T. EVANS Senior Vice President & Chief Financial Officer BUILDING MOMENTUM 7 (304) 525-3116 | | [email protected] 2501 Guyan Avenue Huntington, WV 25703 fex Innovation happens every day at our Huntington, West Virginia headquarters. Technical composiTes At Rubberlite, we integrate our technologies and expertise to design technical composite solutions that couple the best materials with innovative functionality. Technical composite solutions refer to a broad class of multi-layer products that are designed and engineered to meet stringent requirements for an array of markets and end uses. With an extensive background in material science, combined with our advanced lamination and coating technologies, Rubberlite creates high performing, specialty material composites for demanding applications. A portfolio of advanced technologies and high performance materials for ultimate design flexibility. LOUIS J. AKERS President - Metric of West Virginia, Director - Huntington Sanitary Board PHILIP E. CLINE Managing Member - River City Properties, LLC MARSHALL T. REYNOLDS Chairman of the Board & Chief Executive Officer - Champion Industries, Inc. NEAL W. SCAGGS President - Baisden Brothers, Inc. GLENN W. WILCOX Chairman of the Board - Wilcox Travel Agency, Inc. BOARD OF DIRECTORS 4 BOARD OF DIRECTORS PRINTING Printing has been the cornerstone on which the Company was built. The evolution of the printing industry since our beginnings has required all those that engage in it to change the way they do business. We are no stranger to that fact and our processes, equipment and operational workflow models have and will continue to change to meet customer needs. Today, the printing customer is a savvy, seasoned and demanding professional that weighs the values of price, customer service, quality and satisfaction against an ever-competitive landscape. This professional expects impeccable results, time and time again. The recognition of these qualities has been a strong source of performance and results for our Company throughout not only the past year but through some challenging conditions beyond it. Our momentum in the printing industry is realized when our customers provide us the strong feedback of not only a job well done, but also in those areas where they see potential for us. Our constructive partnerships with our customer base have provided us with a forward-thinking and progressive platform for growth and positive results. 8 BUILDING MOMENTUM 41,446 NUMBER OF PRINTING JOBS IN 2015 BUILDING MOMENTUM 9 “CHAPMAN PRINTING EVALUATES EACH PRINT PIECE TO FIND WAYS TO ENHANCE THE APPEARANCE AND FUNCTIONALITY OF EVERY PROJECT.” — TERRI BURGER Division Manager, Chapman Printing - Charleston OFFICE PRODUCTS AND OFFICE FURNITURE 10 BUILDING MOMENTUM Throughout the history of the Company, we have been active in our pursuit of opportunity. We have a track record of success when it comes to growth through acquisition, addition of product and service lines within the business to business model, and diversification of offerings. We anticipate repeating this successful history in our future to enable our Company to continue to provide business solutions. Like all of our product and service deliverables, the office products and office furniture industry has changed. We have witnessed the evolution of on demand provision and availability of office products over the years and particularly in the past decade. Customers have specific requirements for their supplies and materials. They have expectations of immediate reaction to their needs and an inventory system that satisfies those needs. At Champion Industries, we have this capability and will continue to refine and refresh the user interface to stay competitive now and in the future. Our office furniture customers come to Champion to provide a seamless, high-quality and professional experience. Our design and procurement professionals have a reputation of excellence and reliability that is a standard in the industry. The Company as a whole has borrowed inspiration from these professionals in building momentum toward excellence in all that we do. Momentum in this division is apparent through the continued evolution of systems, processes and outstanding results achieved in each customer engagement. Going forward, our focus in this arena will be the application of cutting-edge technologies and the functionality that they can provide our customer base. 25 CORPORATE FACILITIES Client: Champion Industries, Inc. Project: 2015 Annual Report Client: Rubberlite, Inc. Project: 2015 Laminations Brochure