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Vic and Sandy Triolo of First Impressions Litho to be Honored at Franklin Awards

Press release from the issuing company

Ridgefield Park / NJ, May 12, 2003 –Vic and Sandy Triolo, of First Impressions Litho in Plainview, NY, will be honored at the May 15th Association of Graphic Communications’ (AGC) 51st Annual Franklin Event. They will be receiving the new Benjamin Franklin Industry Service Award at the event next week. The company was founded in 1966 and since then, has not only become a fixture in the printing community but a visible Long Island civic activist as well. Besides the high quality print they produce, the Triolos work tirelessly work for organizations such as the Boy Scouts, the Institute for Student Achievement and the Mercy Center Ministries. “We are sincerely humbled to be chosen by the association of Graphic Communications for this first Benjamin Franklin industry service Award,“said Victor Triolo, TITLE. “Our thanks go to the AGC for being the beacon that will attract continuing generations to outstanding careers.” “We were thrilled to hear about Vic and Sandy’s honor. They have been a loyal Agfa customer for many years, during which time we have seen First Impressions Litho expand,” said Agfa’s Susan Wittner, Marketing Director. “It is especially exciting for us at Agfa, as Robert Stabler, Agfa’s president, is being honored with the AGC’s Power of Communications award at the same event.” For information about the 2003 Annual Franklin Event contact the AGC at telephone 212-279-2100 ext. 107.