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Donald R. Samuels To Be Inducted Into Hall of Fame

Tuesday, August 02, 2005

Press release from the issuing company

Carlstadt, NJ, August 1, 2005 - Pictorial Offset Corporation is pleased to announce that Managing Partner, Donald R. Samuels will be inducted into the Printing Impressions/RIT Hall of Fame at the 15th Annual Gold Ink Awards on September 12, 2005. The Award will be presented at the Print05 Tradeshow and Conference in Chicago. Donald joined Pictorial in 1975 upon his graduation from RIT. As one of Pictorial's Managing Partners, his current duties include spearheading all sales and marketing efforts of the firm, as well as managing several corporate national accounts. Pictorial has grown 80 fold since Donald and his brothers Gary and Lester, assumed management of the corporation in 1980. Pictorial has recently expanded its capabilities with the founding of Pictorial Mailworks, a full-service mailing and fulfillment company, and establishing a strategic network alliance with Integrated Imaging Corporation. IIC is a graphic enterprise that offers a complete range of solutions for digital and print communications and is certified M/WDBE compliant by NJ/NY and National Minority Supplier Development Council. With these latest additions, Donald and Pictorial Offset Corporation are realizing their vision of being able to offer customers complete “Design to Destination” services. Donald is a member of the World Presidents Organization in the Metro New York chapter, and has either chaired or served on many committees of the Young Presidents Organization and is a member of the Chief Executives Organization. He is the founder of the Jay P. Samuels Nathaniel Rochester Society Scholarship at RIT. In 2005 Donald and his managing partners at Pictorial Offset Corporation were awarded the New Jersey Corporate Philanthropic Award. The award endowment was donated to The YCS Foundation, the largest provider of behavioral and health services to children throughout New Jersey. Donald graduated from Rochester Institute of Technology with a degree in Graphic Arts Management and since then has attended annual executive business programs at both Harvard and Stanford University.

 

 

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