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ArborOakland Group Named 2012 Corporation of the Year

Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Press release from the issuing company

ArborOakland Group, one of Michigan’s leading marketing services providers, announced today that they were named the 2012 Corporation of the Year by the Michigan Printing Week Association at a banquet held on January 17th.

The Michigan Printing Week Association is comprised of several organizations; the Printing Industries of Michigan, The Adcraft Club of Detroit, the Ann Arbor Ad Club, the Advertising Production Club of Detroit, the Detroit Club of Printing House Craftsmen and the Ann Arbor Litho Club. The main purpose of the organization is to recognize people and companies that support the community and serve as an example of excellence for others to follow. Every year this event is held in conjunction with Benjamin Franklin’s birthday who is heralded as the father of printing in the United States.

“We couldn’t be more proud of our Team Members and their contributions to both the community and the company to make this happen. While everyone is talking about a slow recovery or no economic recovery at all, our Team continues to take us in a direction of growth and industry leadership.” said Don Kirkland, President of ArborOakland Group.

“Being chosen by our peers as a company to be modeled after is quite flattering and something that can be difficult to live up to. Our customers have confidence in our team and, because of that; we’re looking at significant growth this year. We’re looking forward to being a model for our industry.” said Paul Cartwright, Vice President of Sales & Marketing.

 

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