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Pictorial Uses Windpower Paper In Museum Tour Book

Press release from the issuing company

Carlstadt, NJ, February 3, 2006 – Pictorial Offset Corporation, the largest privately-owned, single-facility commercial printer in the United States, proudly announces that The Art of Liberty: A Tour of the Exhibitions and Collections of the National Liberty Museum book was produced using 10 tons of Mohawk paper generated by Wind Power. Pictorial Offset Corporation received a Certificate of Wind Energy Allocation from the Mohawk Paper Mills showing their support of sustainable energy by purchasing 10 tons of blue white matte 100 pound text paper. The paper was manufactured with wind-generated electricity for the 130-page The Art of Liberty book. “This is an example of how commercial printers fit into the sustainability initiatives of corporations as they exhibit their corporate social responsibility and how they communicate that initiative to their customers, shareholders and constituents,” says Donald Samuels, Managing Partner of Pictorial Offset Corporation. “At Pictorial, we take pride in being an industry leader in bringing new solutions and valuable sustainability processes to our clients.” Samuels went on to say, “Pictorial was the first commercial printer in America to address the issue of socially responsible printing communications for corporate clients through our ISO and FSC certifications.” The Art of Liberty, published by the National Liberty Museum in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, is a collection of contemporary glass and bronze sculpture, paintings that accent the historical and human focus. Works of art by world famous masters from Chagall to Chihuly are prominent throughout the Museum and The Art of Liberty book. To learn more about the National Liberty Museum, please visit www.libertymuseum.org.

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