The Gold Ink Awards Celebrates its 20th Anniversary
PHILADELPHIA—March 27, 2007—Now in its 20th anniversary year, the Gold Ink Awards competition continues to earn the respect of the nation’s most important producers of printed work. Entry submissions for 2007 are now being accepted.
ENTRY DEADLINE: May 18, 2007.
From corporate giants to smaller regional companies, Gold Ink excellence comes in all sizes. The competition is open to all creators and producers of printed materials, including: Advertising Agencies, Book Publishers, Catalog Publishers, Corporate Publishers, Designers, Direct Marketers, Magazine Publishers, Paper Companies, Prepress and Imaging Centers, Printers, Printing Buyers, Printing Press Manufacturers, and Public Relations Firms.
Gold Ink award winners become a member of an elite group of the most respected and influential creators of printing this country has to offer. A Gold Ink Award will:
• Bring winners national recognition
• Show off winning company’s capabilities
• Attract new clients
• Set winners apart from the competition
• Increase company pride
According to Jonathan Fogel, Senior Vice President of Sandy Alexander, “Our Gold Ink Award winning projects make a very strong statement to both current and prospective clients. Being recognized by the entire print industry in this manner is kind of advertising you just can’t buy.”
Another winner, Mike Monette, General Manager, St. Croix Press Inc., adds, “The industry is well served by the Gold Ink Awards and the due recognition for quality printing. The Awards are a source of pride for our customers and our employees. It is a great vehicle to award sound work ethic and continues to showcase fine craftsmanship. We are honored to participate in the Gold Ink Awards competition with our peers.”
Winning companies and their award-winning work are honored at the Gold Ink/Hall of Fame Gala, the industry’s premier networking event for printing and production professionals. Preparations are now in the works for this year’s celebration on September 10th which will take place during GRAPH EXPO 2007 in Chicago, IL at McCormick Place.