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Feingold Award Deadline Extended

Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Press release from the issuing company

Sewickley, PA -- The Binding Industries Association (BIA), the world's largest association for trade binderies, loose-leaf manufacturers, and suppliers to those industries, is pleased to announce that entries for the Feingold Award will continue to be accepted until March 27.

The Feingold Award began in 1992 as a tribute to Bill Feingold of Charles Leonard Inc., to honor products and processes that break new ground in the graphic finishing and loose-leaf manufacturing industries. Presented to the top suppliers of trade binding and custom loose-leaf manufacturing, this prestigious award is the highest designation a supplier can receive from the binding community.

Entries are eligible from suppliers, domestic or international, for trade binderies, graphic finishers, and loose-leaf manufacturers. The award is given to the company whose product or process is deemed most unique or innovative by a panel of experts.

"It's crucial to recognize quality and outstanding achievements from the supplier community" says BIA Board member Patricia Traynor, Vice President & Treasurer, Graphic Crafts Inc. "Suppliers bring life to projects, help with tough challenges, and advance the industry in which we work."

The top supplier winner will be honored at the 2009 BIA Mid Management Conference May 3-6 at Caesars Palace, Las Vegas, considered by many to be the preeminent conference for the binding industry.

For more information on the 2009 Feingold Award, visit www.feingoldaward.com, download a Call for Entries brochure, or contact Justin Goldstein at 412-259-1806 or jgoldstein@printing.org .




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