December 4, 2003 MILWAUKEE – Visual Systems, Inc., a manufacturer of book components, overhead transparencies and ancillary products for educational textbooks, recently walked away from the Chicago Book Clinic’s 52nd Annual Book and Media Show with three prestigious awards. The printing company’s entries were recognized for superior interior design, page composition, overall design organization, paper quality, printing and binding quality.
“We’re committed to providing our customers with innovative printing options and designs that can’t be found elsewhere,” said John Burg, president of Visual Systems, Inc. “Our distinctive, award-winning printed pieces illustrate Visual Systems’ vast range of capabilities and services, and we’re honored to be recognized for our unique materials.”
Visual Systems was awarded for the following printed pieces in the school publishing – ancillaries category: Chemistry: Matter and Change (one- and two-color internals); Conceptual Physical Science Explorations (internal components feature .003 poly transparencies) and Warm-Up Transparencies with Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test Practice (also features .003 poly transparencies).
Founded in 1936, the Chicago Book Clinic promotes publishing excellence by providing its members with opportunities to exchange ideas and experiences regarding the publishing industry. The Chicago Book Clinic includes members from the printing, book and media publishing, editorial and design industries.
Visual Systems is a leading supplier of book components, overhead transparency and ancillary products for educational textbook publishers in the United States. Founded in 1961, the company offers a variety of visual communication products, including: book components, binders, textbook inserts, CD Rom packaging, overhead transparencies, supplemental workbooks, teaching aids, lenticular promotional products (3-D and motion), on-demand printing and slide duplication.
To learn more about Visual Systems’ recent award wins, contact (414) 464-8333 or visit www.visualsystemsinc.com.
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