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CJ Graphics Sweeps the Bennys

Published on October 21, 2019

Jay Mandarino, President and CEO of Mississauga, Ontario’s CJ Graphics, talks about his company’s having won a record 22 “Benny” Awards, the most in the 71-year history of the PIA’s Premier Print Awards.

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By Paul Lattimore on Oct 21, 2019

Way to go Jay and to the CJ Graphics team! Keep up the great work and innovating for your clients.

 

By Bob Dale on Oct 22, 2019

Congratulations to Jay and the team at CJ Graphics! Thank you for your positive comments promoting the value of print and the value of the print associations, including PIA, affiliates and WTT!
Your charitable work is amazing!

 

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