Allen Press Sweeps Gold Ink’s Scientific & Technical Journals Category
LAWRENCE, KS—August 21, 2013—Allen Press received top honors in the Scientific & Technical Journals category in Printing Impressions’ 2013 Gold Ink awards. Gold was awarded for Gastronomica, Vol. 12, Issue 4; Silver for Boom: A Journal of California, Vol. 2, Issue 2; and Bronze for Gems and Gemology, Vol. 48, Issue 3.
Gold Ink awards are given based on superior craftsmanship and quality. Entries, numbering in the thousands each year, are from printers around the world. The last time Allen Press swept the Scientific & Technical Journals category was in 2006. The company will be honored at the Gold Ink Awards and Hall of Fame Gala on September 9, at the Hyatt Regency at McCormick Place in Chicago. The winning pieces will be featured in the upcoming issue of Printing Impressions magazine.
“The awards we have received this year highlight what our talented staff is capable of,” CEO Gerald Lillian said. “We are honored to have been a recipient of all these awards. Receiving the Gold, Silver and Bronze in this year’s Gold Ink awards is quite an accomplishment.”
In June, Allen Press was also the recipient of four Certificates of Merit in the Printing Industries of America’s Premier Print Awards. The company received certificates for Arabian Horse Times, The Mineralogical Record, and Allen Press’ newsletter, FrontMatter.
In March, the company also received 10 awards in the Printing & Imaging Association of MidAmerica’s Graphic Excellence Competition (GraphEx). Orchids Vol. 81, Issue 1 won the Best of Category award. 2013 was the fifth consecutive year Allen Press received a GraphEx award.
To see awards from previous years, visit http://allenpress.com/company/awards.
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