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BIA Announces Award Competition for Suppliers

Thursday, October 09, 2008

Press release from the issuing company

Sewickley, PA-October 7, 2008-–The Binding Industries Association (BIA), the world's largest association for trade binderies, loose-leaf manufacturers, and suppliers to those industries, announced the return of the Feingold Awards.

The Feingold Awards began in 1992 as a tribute to Bill Feingold of Charles Leonard Inc., to honor products and processes that break new ground in the graphic finishing and loose-leaf manufacturing industries. These prestigious awards are considered to be the highest designation a supplier can receive from the binding community.

"It's crucial to recognize quality and outstanding achievements from the supplier community" says Patricia Traynor, Vice President & Treasurer, Graphic Crafts Inc.  "Suppliers bring life to projects, help with tough challenges, and advance the industry in which we work."

The Feingold Awards are just the latest in a series of revitalized programs and services from the Binding Industries Association. Since late last year, the organization has seen an increase in membership of over 44%. A renewed focus on promoting members and educating the graphics arts community has been a central theme of the BIA.

Top supplier winners will be honored at the 2009 BIA Mid Management Conference May 3-6 at Caesars Palace, Las Vegas, considered by many to be the preeminent conference for the binding industry.

For more information regarding the 2009 Feingold Awards please contact awards manager Justin Goldstein at 412-259-1806 or email at jgoldstein@piagatf.org  or you can visit www.feingoldaward.com.




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