Creel Awarded Multi-Year Contract for National Publication

LAS VEGAS—08/11/2009—Creel Printing has signed a multi-year printing and distribution agreement with The Christian Science Monitor, bolstering its volume of well-known national publications. The deal covers the Monitor’s weekly print edition, and represents a new account for Creel.

“The Christian Science Monitor has a reputation for superb journalistic and publication quality,” said Allan G. Creel, President of Creel Printing. “We are proud to advance their mission with our extensive, in-house capabilities. Creel’s creativity, flexibility and innovation provide the cost-efficiencies and value-add that give publishers an advantage in today’s marketplace.”

“We are excited about the opportunity to partner with Creel Printing to produce the weekly edition of The Christian Science Monitor,” said Jonathan Wells, Managing Publisher of The Christian Science Monitor. “Creel offers the appropriate capacity, quality and publishing-support activity necessary in our expansion of a national news magazine.”

The Christian Science Monitor is an award-winning international news organization. During its 100-year history, the Monitor has earned seven Pulitzer Prizes and hundreds of other awards. For more information about The Christian Science Monitor, visit

Founded in 1953, Creel Printing is one of the most tenured and awarded family-owned enterprises in the world of print. Ranked the 53rd largest printer* and 9th largest magazine printer nationwide**, Capabilities span high-end, full-color web printing; specialty-configured bindery operations; a web-based digital edition tool; integrated publishing solutions; and more. Creel maintains a state-of-the-art, 250,000-square-foot headquarters in Las Vegas and a nearby open-web plant. The company runs three shifts, operating 24/7.

For more information about Creel Printing, visit or contact Jill Manasse, Director of Marketing & Business Development, at 702.784.4917 or via email at

* Printing Impressions 2009 ranking

** Publishing Executive 2009 ranking