Don't most laminations allow dry erase?
Pretty much every glossy, non-porous surface will allow dry-erase pens to work; the magic is all in the ink, not the surface.
I can draw on my lacquered wood desk with dry-erase markers and clean it off just as well as from a whiteboard. I try not to, 'cause the lacquer is wearing away in places after about fifteen years of daily use, but in the corners where the lacquer is still as-new, it works perfectly.
If you gloss-laminate your printed material, you should be able to use dry-erase markers on it. If you spray something with a non-porous glossy lacquer (e.g. clear polyurethane) then you should be able to use dry-erase markers on it.