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Neenah Paper to Reward Environmentally Responsible Work

Tuesday, March 16, 2004

Press release from the issuing company

ROSWELL, Ga., March 15 -- Highlighting the success of Neenah Paper's Environment(R) Papers brand and upcoming swatchbook revision, the company announces a drawing to recognize examples of graphic design excellence paired with environmental responsibility. The Environment Drawing asks designers and printers to submit examples of brochures, letterhead, annual reports or other printed materials specified for Environment(R) Papers. See www.neenahpaper.com/ContestForms for official rules and entry requirements. Winners will be drawn from materials received between April 1 and October 31, 2004. One designer and one printer will each receive a Trek Fuel 80 Mountain Bike. Ten runners-up will receive $250 Eddie Bauer gift certificates. Winners will be announced by November 15. A designer or printer may enter the drawing with each sample of Environment(R) Papers submitted. "Research indicates that companies across the nation are dedicated to preserving the Earth in record numbers," says Gerry Rector, senior product development manager, Neenah Paper. "We're delighted to recognize those who share our environmental philosophy while creating striking graphic designs." To enter, designers and printers must send five copies of their submissions produced using Environment(R) Papers and a completed entry form (see the Neenah Paperworks entry form at www.neenahpaper.com/ContestForms). The entry deadline is October 31. Submissions will automatically be entered into the monthly Neenah Paperworks Contest, which recognizes creative combinations of design and printing techniques using Neenah Paper products. "American businesses have latched onto a growing environmental trend for good reason," says Rector. "Using recycled papers helps conserve resources such as trees, water and energy, and helps limit the production of greenhouse gases. Now this can be easily accomplished while using papers that are economically priced and are available in a variety of color options."

 

 

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