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GLS: What a Difference Three Decades Makes!

GLS, founded in 1984 as a small printing company, is now celebrating its third decade in business. This article provides a brief overview of how the company is remaining on the cutting edge by updating its services and making strategic acquisitions to further expand its offerings.

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About Barb Pellow

A digital printing and publishing pioneer, marketing expert and Group Director at InfoTrends, Barbara Pellow helps companies develop multi-media strategies that ride the information wave. Barb brings the knowledge and skills to help companies expand and grow business opportunity.

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By Charles Gehman on Aug 07, 2014

Barb, thanks for sharing this great piece about a great company! GLS is inspirational for so many others in the industry

Congratulations to Gary Garner! Wishing you continued great success in the future!

 

By Gary Garner on Aug 08, 2014

Thank you Chuck for your kind words. Also thanks to Barb Pellow who came out to visit us at GLS recently and asked to tell our story. It feels good to see something positive that reflects all of the work we are putting into the transformation of our business. Special recognition and appreciation to Jayme Wisely and our entire GLS team for their effort of positioning our company for the future!

 

By Pete Rivard on Aug 08, 2014

I attended their ribbon cutting ceremony for the Digital Studio, Barb. One interesting note is that they have cross-trained their prepress workforce to be able to staff any position in the Digital Studio as needed, including the position of Digital Press Operator.

 

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