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The Hennegan Company Captures Best Of Show Award At 2005 Pianko Print Excellence Awards

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FLORENCE, KY, April 25, 2005 - Robert Ott, Jr, President and Chief Executive Officer of The Hennegan Company, announced today that The Hennegan Company, the leading provider of ultra-fine printing in the US was the 2004 Best of Show recipient at the 2005 Print Excellence Awards sponsored by PIANKO and Heidelberg. The Grand Ceremony was recently held April 21st in Columbus, Ohio. “The Print Excellence Awards are of particular value to all of us at The Hennegan Company because it is a great platform for our local printing community, which is one of the largest in the country” cites Ott. The Hennegan Company triumphed in the Best of Show category with a luxurious M·A·C Cosmetics brochure printed with exciting metallic inks in an intriguing format. Hennegan swept the ceremony by also winning seven Best of Category Awards and a Judge’s Award. Mr. Ott isn’t the only one to express such excitement over the new award recognition. Michael Fleury, Hennegan’s Executive Vice President of National Sales states “all nine awards we won conveys a very important message to our customers; we will continue to deliver creative and technical leadership that are faster, better and more exciting. Our insight, experience and knowledge of decorative inks and unusual substrates will continue to make a big difference. We know how to make our customers 8-color artwork really shine, and that was apparent to the judging panel.” Founded nearly 120 years ago, The Hennegan Company lists many industry-leading, household name companies across the U.S. and around the world as customers. The majority of The Hennegan Company’s job content consist of sophisticated, colorintensive materials such as annual reports, catalogs, inserts and FSIs, point of purchase displays, brochures and other collateral. PIANKO is the trade association for the printing and graphic arts industry in Ohio and northern Kentucky with membership at 600 companies.