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Copresco Wins Three Pinnacle Awards

Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Press release from the issuing company

Copresco has received three more Pinnacle Awards for color printing from the Printing Industry of Illinois/Indiana Association.

The Carol Stream digital printer won a Best of Category Award for a four-color personalized child's book and Awards of Excellence for a brand style manual and an industrial mold-processing guide.

Since the awards program began five years ago, Copresco has won 14 awards for printing excellence, including five in the Best of Category designation.

"We know that the Pinnacle Awards reflect the high printing standards of our industry," Copresco president Steve Johnson says.  "But, these winners deserve special mention because they also display the versatility of our on-demand printing services."

The personalized hard cover book, which contains the child's name and cartoon character likenesses of the child throughout the story, was digitally printed for Peeka Productions. The Chicago company produces one-of-a-kind books for babies, toddlers and preschoolers.

The 44-page full-color brand style manual provides strict usage standards for all graphic elements used by a global brokerage organization as well as rules for use of the firm's color system. Absolute accuracy of logos, taglines, typefaces, colors and visuals is imperative when reproducing a corporate identity manual.

The 54-page full-color mold processing guide offers several user-friendly features, including lay-flat plastic coil binding, mylar reinforced index tabs dividers and a die-cut cover pocket.

Copresco specializes in digital on-demand printing of publications, books and manuals for clients in the general business, printing trade, technical and institutional fields.




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