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TotalWorks Receives Best Of Division In Statewide Print Competition

Wednesday, May 26, 2004

Press release from the issuing company

Chicago, IL – May 26, 2004 – TotalWorks of Chicago, IL received an award for outstanding achievement in Service Booklets and Brochures (4 or more color) in the 2nd Annual 2004 Achievements in Print Excellence Awards, a statewide printing competition hosted by the Printing Industry of Illinois and Indiana, the states’ trade association for printing and the graphic arts. Competing against 272 entries from printing and graphic arts firms from the two states, TotalWorks received a Best of DIvision. The company’s winning submission was the TotalWorks Publishing Pro 2 brochure. “We are so proud of our winning team,” said Gail Ludewig, TotalWorks President and CEO. “It’s an honor to be recognized by the industry as a company that produces top quality, award winning materials.” N. Niall Power, PII’s President and CEO, agrees. “This was a close competition with a very impressive standard of entries. TotaWorks should be very proud of their company’s achievement and the excellent work done by their employees.” The AIPXs recognize those responsible for the creation and production of print communications in Illinois and Indiana. The competition promotes excellence in print communications and rewards companies and individuals who produce the best in print media. PII is the state’s graphic arts trade association, representing an industry with more than 84,000 employees and $11.8 billion in annual sales. For more information about TotalWorks visit www.totalworks.net. For more information about the Printing Industry of Illinois/Indiana and the awards, call Sabina Fritzgerald at 312.580.3115 or Maggie Kapinos at 312.580.3044.

 

 

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