Strine Takes Home Numerous Awards at GAA's Neographics Print Awards
Press release from the issuing company
York, PA, May 6, 2005 -- Strine Printing, the largest commercial and packaging printer in the northeastern United States, won six awards for printing distinction at this year’s Graphic Arts Association Neographics Award. Strine won in the following categories: (1) Point-of-Purchase and Display Category, (2) Finishing Category, (1) Cartons Category – 4 colors or more, (1), Book Covers Category, (1) Cards Holiday/Greeting Category – 4 colors or more.
The Graphic Arts Association is an association of printers serving eastern Pennsylvania, southern New Jersey and Delaware. Its annual competition gives out awards to honor premier printers in its region.
“Being honored by a panel of our peers is gratifying,” says Michael Marconi, Executive Vice President for Sales and Marketing, “Knowing the caliber of the other contestants, it was all the more meaningful to have our print craftsmen validated for their expertise.”
“The categories for which we won were ones where we have great equipment capabilities,” says, Michael Strine Sr., President and CEO of Strine Printing. “Our equipment diversity gives us the ability to offer a comprehensive solution for our customers and we feel that’s an exciting sales proposition.”
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