Printing Industries of America Announces Premier Print Award Winners
PITTSBURGH—August 25, 2010—Printing Industries of America has announced the results of the 2010 Premier Print Awards. More than 3,200 entries were submitted for the June 2010 judging of the Premier Print Awards, the world’s most prestigious international print competition.
At the official Premier Print Awards website (www.printing.org/ppa), visitors will be able to view images of all 101 Best of Category award winners (Benny recipients) as well as a list of the pieces and companies that received Awards of Recognition and Certificates of Merit.
Benny-winning pieces will be featured in a full-color publication mailed to more than 10,000 individuals who purchase print as well as recognized in front of more than 400 industry executives at the Premier Print Awards Gala held in conjunction with GRAPH EXPO 2010 on October 3. The Best in Show will also be revealed during the Premier Print Awards Gala.
The success of these awards is a testament to the importance of print as Lisa Rawa, vice president of marketing of Printing Industries of America, said, “Seeing judging table after judging table covered in some of the most impressive print pieces in the world really stresses how ingrained print is in our lives. It’s still an important and effective medium used by people around the world.”
For information on attending the Premier Print Awards Gala or general Premier Print Award questions, contact Sara Welsh at firstname.lastname@example.org or 800-910-4283 x705. Thanks to Heidelberg, Kodak, and Xerox for sponsoring the 2010 Premier Print Awards.
About Printing Industries of America
Printing Industries of America is the world’s largest graphic arts trade association, representing an industry with approximately one million employees. It serves the interests of more than 10,000 member companies. Together with its nationwide affiliate network, Printing Industries delivers products and services that enhance the growth, efficiency, and profitability of its members and the graphic