‘Print Delivers’ Seminar Series Heading to SeattleJuly 13, 2011
About West Linn Paper
West Linn Paper Co. is an independent manufacturer of coated free-sheet web paper and is the oldest active paper mill and the only coated free-sheet manufacturer in the western United States. The high-quality Sonoma and Capistrano brands are well-known and well-respected in the printing industry for their print quality and runnability. West Linn Paper Company offers both FSC- and SFI-certified products and the Nature Web and Nature Plus lines deliver environmentally sustainable, FSC-certified recycled papers with 10-30 percent PCW content. West Linn Paper Company products are sold throughout North America and are used for high-end advertising materials, direct mail, magazines, catalogs and book publishing. For more information on West Linn Paper, visit www.westlinnpaper.com.
About Pacific Printing Industries Association
Pacific Printing Industries (PPI) Association is the non profit trade association representing and advocating for the visual communications industry in Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, Alaska and Hawaii. It is an affiliate of Printing Industries of America. PPI promotes profitability and responsibility for those individuals and firms who specify, create and produce messaging in print. This is accomplished through education, facilitating networking, partner programs and savings, legislative presence, marketing and more. Learn more about PPI at ppiassociation.org.
About The Print Council
The Print Council is a business development alliance dedicated to promoting the greater use of print media. Formed by leaders across the spectrum of the graphic arts industry, The Print Council’s goal is to influence and promote the greater use of print media through education, awareness, market development, advocacy and research. The Print Council fully funds Print in the Mix, the clearinghouse of print media effectiveness available at www.printinthemix.com. Learn more about The Print Council at www.theprintcouncil.org
Source: Print Council.