Menomonee Falls, WI – (April 8) – Each year, the Printing Industries of Wisconsin hosts the Graphic Excellence Awards competition, which acknowledges graphic arts companies throughout the state that demonstrate superb craftsmanship in creating and producing visual artistry.
Competing against over 1,100 entries, Arandell was awarded five distinctions in three different categories. The most prestigious of the awards is Best of Category, granted in the Web Press Printing, Coated Paper (four or more colors) category. Three clients’ printed works were selected to win Awards of Excellence in the Stochastic Printing and Web Press Printing, Coated Paper (four or more colors) categories. Arandell was also awarded a Certificate of Merit in the Product Catalogs (four or more colors) division.
Jim Treis, Arandell’s Executive Vice President of Sales & Marketing expressed what these awards mean to the company. “The Graphic Excellence Awards are a tribute to the hard work of Arandell’s associates and to our clients’ execution of beautiful marketing pieces. I know I speak on behalf of everyone here when I state that we are very proud of the work that we produce and we are honored to work with our clients.”
The Graphic Excellence Awards honor those who create and produce the best print media. The statewide competition has promoted excellence in print communications for the past eight years. The Printing Industries of Wisconsin is the state’s graphic arts trade association, representing an industry with more than 44,000 employees and $7.3 billion in annual sales.
Arandell Corporation is known internationally as the expert in the art and science of catalogs. The privately-held printer produces and distributes high-quality printed materials for the world’s leading catalog and retail marketers from its state-of-the-art facility in Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin. For additional information visit www.arandell.com.
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