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PRINTING United Alliance Celebrates 2022 Ben Franklin Honor Society Inductees

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The BFHS recognizes and honors the nine new individuals joining the society based on their significant contributions to the advancement of the printing and graphic communications industry

Fairfax, Virginia — PRINTING United Alliance, the most comprehensive member-based printing and graphic arts association in the U.S., today announces that nine industry notables have been inducted into its prestigious Ben Franklin Honor Society (BFHS). The inductees were welcomed in a private virtual ceremony on November 17. More information about BFHS can be found at printing.org/communities/interest-groups/ben-franklin-honor-society

Ben Franklin Honor Society Industry Leadership
The historical BFHS recognizes and honors individuals who have made significant contributions to the advancement and betterment of the printing and graphic communications industry through meritorious service. The society comprises Alliance members and other industry leadership.

The 2022 BFHS inductees are:

Christopher Bernat, Print Mannschaft
Paul Cousineau, Cousineau Consulting
Gary Field, Cal Poly University
Steve Johnson, Copresco
Charles “Pat” McBride, Envision Printing
Gerry Michael, GA Michael & Associates
Jeff Stoudt, The Printing Industry of the Carolinas
Jeff White, Print and Graphics Scholarship Foundation
Trish Witkowski, FoldFactory.com

“Each of these individuals has made unique contributions to the printing industry,” says Ford Bowers, CEO, PRINTING United Alliance. “The breadth of their endeavors is remarkable, and I look forward to seeing their continued contributions in the years to come. On behalf of the Alliance, I extend heartfelt congratulations to this year’s inductees for this distinguished honor.”

PRINTING United Alliance Membership
For more information about joining PRINTING United Alliance to engage with programs such as the BFHS, visit printing.org/join.


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