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Mail-Well Receives Telly Award for Corporate Video

Thursday, May 09, 2002

Press release from the issuing company

ENGLEWOOD, Colo., May 8 -- Mail-Well, Inc. announced that its corporate training, development and change initiative, Mail-Well University, has received a Telly Award for its corporate video "The Mail-Well Story." Established in 1980, this year's 23rd annual Telly Awards are considered the equivalent of the "Oscars" for corporate film and video productions and non-network television and cable commercials. It showcases and recognizes outstanding achievement in these mediums and is a nationally known, highly respected form of recognition. Mail-Well University is a strategic umbrella for developing and educating employees, customers and suppliers and supports the company's belief in life-long learning and continuous improvement. Training programs are available to Mail-Well employees company-wide and are conducted on a wide range of topics including safety practices, sales, continuous improvement processes, leadership skills and communications, among others. The award-winning video was produced by Mail-Well University as an informational overview of the company's history, evolution and current business focus. It was featured at employee town meetings held at each of Mail-Well's facilities throughout the country. "We are honored that our corporate video, 'The Mail-Well Story', has received such a prestigious national award," said Jim Downey, corporate director of organizational development at Mail-Well and dean of Mail-Well University. "The video has been a valuable information tool for our employees to gain a better understanding of how Mail-Well has evolved to become the successful Fortune 1000 company it is today."

 

 

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