PIA Announces Rescheduled Date for 68th Annual Franklin Event
Printing Industries Alliance (PIA) announced that the rescheduled date for this year’s Print Drives America Franklin Event is Dec. 4, 2020. Starting in June, we will continue to announce more table sponsorships and additional Recipients of the Champion of Print Awards. More than a dozen table sponsorships have been announced and dozens more are in the pipeline.
The 68th annual Print Drives America Franklin Event will be held in New York City at the prestigious Club 101, a private club located in the iconic Kalikow Building located on Park Avenue at the corner of 40th Street. This is the industry’s most prestigious printing industry dinner and is on track to sell out early.
Proceeds will go to the Print Drives America Foundation, which is the national champion and cheerleader for America’s print industry. Marty Maloney, executive vice president of the Printing Industries Alliance and executive director of Print Drives America, stated, “Supporting the Franklin Event is an opportunity to support the printing industry. On December 4th, 2020, we will be celebrating the entire print industry.
Mercury Print Productions, in Rochester, N.Y,. has been named the recipient of The Innovation in Print Award. Mercury has a strong reputation for embracing the latest printing technologies to enhance their printed output on behalf of their clients. They will be joined by other Awardees in Champion of Print categories who will be announced shortly. It was previously announced that Tom Quinlan, the CEO of LSC Communications, is the recipient of the top Franklin Award. Only the Franklin Award goes to an individual and the other awards go to companies.
Sponsorships will be kept at the same cost as in the past. Sponsorships that include a table of 10 are available at $6,500 and Individual seats are now available at $350. Call or email Marty Maloney to add your name to the sponsor’s list or reserve your seat at email@example.com or (203) 912-0804.
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