Wallace Appoints Steve McGrath to VP of Commercial Print Sales And Marketing
Press release from the issuing company
LISLE, Ill., Nov. 13 -- Wallace Corporation, a recognized leader and provider of comprehensive first-class printing services, announced today Steve McGrath's promotion to the newly created position of Vice President of Commercial Print Sales and Marketing. McGrath will be responsible for leveraging the expertise and capabilities of Wallace's 16 print facilities to deliver creative printing solutions to meet client needs.
"Steve is a creative and innovative business strategist who has a record of accomplishments at Wallace," said Mike Duffield, Wallace's President. "His commitment is ideal for this position because he brings a mindset that stretches Wallace's print capabilities and creatively addresses client needs."
McGrath has more than 25 years experience in the commercial print industry. Previously, he served as Wallace's director of commercial print marketing as well as president of its Hillside print facility, its largest web printing facility.
"Wallace is uniquely positioned because its flexibility and creativity can handle anything from large corporate accounts to smaller projects," said McGrath. "It's gratifying to have worked for more than 25 years in the printing industry and apply that knowledge to help our clients' protect their investment in good design, while delivering award-winning printing with effective marketing results."
Prior to Wallace, McGrath was president of Post Printing for 13 years. Wallace acquired Post Printing in 1996. Before Post Printing, McGrath sold commercial printing for Winnebago Color Press. As its manager of special markets, he solicited, secured and developed national printing accounts.
McGrath's career began at an advertising agency where he served as a graphic designer.
The Wallace commercial print group is comprised of 16 commercial print locations in the U.S., and operates more than 165 web, sheet fed and digital presses. Specializing in printing high-end advertising, marketing, promotional, and internal communications, the commercial print group serves leading corporations, advertising agencies and design firms in local markets and nationwide.
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