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Ennis National Marketing Takes Home Multiple In-house Design Awards

Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Press release from the issuing company

Midlothian, Texas – Ennis, Inc. was recently recognized by GDUSA for multiple design and marketing efforts of the past year. The magazine advertisements recognized were, “Ennis INK”, “thINK Ennis” and “Success Starts Here”. The creativity surrounding these pieces reflects the printing industry that they were designed to target by encompassing the unique capabilities of Ennis’ printing facilities through eye-catching graphics.

The “Ennis INK” and “thINK Ennis” advertisements focused on the concept of ink and what inventive things can be done to produce beautiful printed pieces for customers. “Success Starts Here” conveyed Ennis’ commitment to partnership and success for their customers. These spread ads appeared in Print Solutions and Print & Promo magazine.

“Eye-catching, stop on this page and read our message is our goal. I am pleased that GDUSA recognizes the quality and hard work placed in these ads by the Ennis marketing team,” said Steven Osterloh, Vice President of Marketing. “We strive to create innovative marketing pieces that reflect our company’s dedication to providing creative solutions.”

The criteria for the GDUSA American Inhouse Design Awards is based on creativity, and recognition of the contribution of inhouse designers through the special challenges they face. These awards serve their mission to underscore the value of an inhouse department to corporate and institutional management. This is the fourth time Ennis National Marketing has been recognized by the GDUSA American Inhouse Design Awards since 2005. 


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