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Associates International receives four awards in Neographics Regional Printing Competition

Friday, April 15, 2011

Press release from the issuing company

Wilmington, DE – Associates International, Inc. (Ai), a graphic communications company in Wilmington, DE, was recognized for outstanding achievement in the Neographics 2011 Power of Print Competition.  Competing against hundreds of entries from printing and graphic firms throughout the Northeast, Ai received three "Best of Category" awards and one "Franklin Award of Excellence."  Ai won for the following categories:
 
Best of Category:  "Roush Fenway Iron Cross Mailer" was selected for Direct Mail (4 colors or more), Digital: Toner-based/Inkjet

Best of Category:  "Recipe for Success" Cookbooks

Best of Category:  "Roush Fenway Iron Cross Mailer" was selected for Finishing (diecuts, pop-ups, unique folds & involvement devices), Digital: Toner-based/Inkjet

Franklin Award of Excellence:  "Bright Ideas" Corporate Capabilities Folder
 
The announcement will be celebrated May 5, 2011 during the Graphic Arts Association's 2011 Neographics Exhibition and Award Ceremony to be held at the Crystal Tea Room with more than 350 industry professionals in attendance.  The Neographics competition is the largest and oldest regional printing competition in the nation.
 
"We are so proud of our team at Associates International," said Charles Copeland, President of Ai.  "They are the best in the business.  Without these outstanding employees and their dedication to quality, winning these awards would not be possible.  This achievement is an honor for everyone here."

 

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