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Graphic Systems Group Tabbed As Top Premedia Operation On The East Coast

Friday, June 22, 2007

Press release from the issuing company

NEW YORK -- June 21, 2007 -- Graphic Systems Group, America’s leading production agency announced that it has been recognized as the largest Premedia operation on the east coast of North America and 13th on the continent. In a survey, sponsored by Adobe Solutions Network, and conducted jointly with IPA (The Association of Graphic Solutions Providers), North American companies were asked to report their involvement in preflighting, proofing, image retouching, production of separations, image assembly, platemaking, photography, data management, and workflow, as well as other production including DVD, CDs, video and broadcast outlets.
As the largest production agency in New York, GSG offers a wide range of design and production services including design, digital photography, retouching, and design to page-layout, digital printing and database management services.

“As a production agency, GSG has always valued the impact professional premedia services can have on a client’s campaign or promotion,” noted Ken Madsen, owner and partner at GSG. “Working with client projects that necessitate the highest possible quality, we consistently strive to ensure that the ingredients of each project are produced at the highest level. I believe it’s this attention to critical details that has differentiated us a production entity.
For example, this year we're working on several major projects that will draw national acclaim in many different areas. One arena includes transforming typical 2-D wide-format imagery into 3-D projects that blend in robotics, lighting, and sound. The challenge is in making each POP experience unique, exciting, and fascinating enough to capture the imaginations of both young and old alike. It takes the Christmas window display to a whole new level of sophistication and impact.”




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