Four-Color Title Printed at Sheridan Hits Big ScreenMarch 5, 2014
"We use about five book printers and Sheridan was the obvious choice to use for the Son of God project, strongly because of their reliable production execution," commented Bob Wirtel, production and purchasing manager at TAN Books. "Sheridan’s customer service personnel and the support they provide make it easy for us to know how our project is progressing and that the books will deliver on time."
Utilizing Sheridan’s high-quality, four-color, sheetfed offset printing capabilities, full-page photographs from the film are brought to life with each turn of the page. The case-bound book features a printed case complete with a matching dust jacket to give the title the look of prominence it deserves.
"There is no shortage of color in this title, even the endsheets print in four-color to showcase scenes from the movie," stated Joe Thomson, vice president of sales and marketing at Sheridan Books. "It’s a beautiful book and we are thankful of our long-standing relationship with TAN Books. Everyone at Sheridan is honored to have been associated with this project."
About TAN Books
TAN Books was founded in 1967, in response to the rapid decline of faith and morals in society and the Church. Since its founding, TAN Books has been committed to the preservation and promotion of the spiritual, theological and liturgical traditions of the Roman Catholic Church. In 2008, TAN Books was acquired by Saint Benedict Press. Since then, TAN Books has experienced positive growth while fulfilling its mission to a new generation of readers. TAN Books publishes over 500 titles on Thomistic theology, traditional devotions, Church doctrine, history, lives of the saints, educational resources, and booklets.
Sheridan is a leading provider of print, publishing services and technology solutions to publishers, associations, university presses, and catalogers. Comprised of The Sheridan Press, Sheridan Books, Dartmouth Printing, and Dartmouth Journal Services, each company within the Sheridan brand has a market specialty that supports scholarly journals, books, magazines, or catalogs.