Franklin/Trade Graphics Repeats Honor as South Florida Business Journal’s 2006 Business of the Year
Press release from the issuing company
MIAMI, FLORIDA – February 9, 2006 - Franklin/Trade Graphics, LLC of Miami, Florida was honored by the South Florida Business Journal as the 2006 Business of the Year in the General Business Services, $10 - $25 million category. The company also won Business of the Year in 2005.
More than 130 companies from South Florida were considered for awards in 14 categories. Approximately 600 people attended the awards ceremony on February 9, 2006, at the Broward County Convention Center. The award honors companies that demonstrate excellence in business growth, employee benefit programs and development, and community involvement in civic and nonprofit groups. Additional criteria are corporate philosophy, products and services, awards, goals and mission, innovations and diversity initiatives. On site visits were conducted by teams of judges before they rendered their decisions.
“We continue to follow the lead of our corporate partners in giving back to our community and creating a rewarding work environment for our employees. We are delighted to receive this prestigious honor two years running,” said Peter Dunne, President.
Franklin/Trade Graphics, LLC, is a full-service commercial printer that specializes in handling the quality and service needs of corporate accounts such as Carnival Cruise Lines, Diageo, Microsoft, Miami Dolphins, Florida Marlins, Burger King and a host of other local and national accounts. The company offers complete communications services including digital photography, design, sheet-fed and non-heatset web printing, bindery, mailing services and fulfillment. Franklin’s newest market area being served is the digital short run and variable data color segment with the industry’s premier production machine, the Xerox iGen3 digital press.
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