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The Mittera Group's Perry Klein Named 2014 Iowa Distinguished Printer of the Year

June 13, 2014
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ST. PAUL, MN—June 13, 2014—The Printing Industry Midwest (PIM) announces Perry Klein, vice president, the Mittera Group, Urbandale, IA, is the 2014 recipient of the Iowa Distinguished Printer of the Year Award. The award was presented yesterday by the 2013 recipient Tom Sheehan, Midland Information Resources, at The Tournament Club of Iowa.

Each year the award recipient is selected by the elite list of past award winners. Klein was chosen for his commitment and contributions to the industry. Klein has been a leader in the printing industry for over 24 years, and vice president at Colorfx, a Mittera Group company, since 1999. “It is a pleasure to present Perry with this award,” said Tom Sheehan. “He has been a steady force in the graphic arts arena for many years and a great supporter of our industry.”

Jon Troen, president of the Mittera Group, also added: “Perry Klein represents the best of the Mittera Group. He is a visionary leader in marketing and print, and he is relentlessly devoted to serving our customers. Perry’s leadership has been one of the key drivers behind our team’s success.”

About the Mittera Group
The Mittera Group is a national provider of print and multichannel marketing with over 700 employees and operations throughout Iowa and Wisconsin, specializing in creating better customer relationships for its clients with innovative communications solutions.

About the Printing Industry Midwest (PIM)
The mission of the Printing Industry Midwest is to be the leading resource to enhance the strength and profitability of the printing, graphic communications and related industries through advocacy, education, safety and environmental information.

Source: Printing Industry Midwest.
 

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