Catalog Age Magazine Presents 13 Catalog Awards to RR Donnelley Customers
Press release from the issuing company
CHICAGO, August 1, 2003 - Catalog Age magazine presented 13 esteemed Catalog Awards to RR Donnelley customers for outstanding quality and presentation. The judges for the prestigious 18th Annual Catalog Awards selected 83 finalists in 24 categories from a field of more than 300 entries. A total of 51 awards were presented during the 2003 Annual Catalog Conference in San Francisco.
RR Donnelley customer catalogs that garnered a 2003 Catalog Award and the RR Donnelley manufacturing facilities that produced the work include:
The Territory Ahead, Spring 2002 - Lancaster, Pa
Galls, 2002 Buyer's Guide - Mattoon, Ill.
Hanna Andersson, Holiday 2002 - Lancaster and Lancaster's
premedia center, Pa.
Harry and David, Jan.- Mar. 2002 - Lancaster, Pa.
Harry and David, Season's Greetings 2002 - Lancaster, Pa.
Harry and David, Cool Fruit 2002 - Lancaster, Pa.
Harry and David, Summer 2002 - Lancaster, Pa.
Levenger, Spring 2002 - Lancaster, Pa.
Jackson & Perkins, Holiday Gifts 2002 - Lancaster, Pa.
Yankee Candle, Early Fall 2002 - Lancaster, Pa.
Galls Vehicle Equipment, 02D - Mattoon, Ill.
Yankee Candle, First Frost 2002 - Lancaster, Pa.
Catalyst Communications, 2002 Cycling Guide - Lancaster, Pa.
"Each year we look forward to participating in the Annual Catalog Conference and sharing in the success of our customers as many of them are honored with distinguished Catalog Awards," said Steve Zuccarini, president, catalog and retail, RR Donnelley. "We are strongly committed to partnering with our customers to understand their businesses needs and produce catalogs that feature the right merchandise and showcase the right look - both critical to helping them succeed in this fiercely competitive marketplace. "
Profiles of the Annual Catalog Award winners will be featured in the September 2003 issue of Catalog Age magazine.
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