Ramsey Press Recognized For Print Quality In Competition
Press release from the issuing company
Mahwah, NJ – July 30, 2007 - Ramsey Press of Mahwah, New was awarded a Benny, the highest honor in the 2007 Premier Print Awards, for their entry “The Ayer”.
The Premier Print Awards, the graphic arts industry’s largest and most prestigious worldwide printing competition recognizes outstanding achievement in print production. Ramsey Press received their “Benny” for booklets (4 or more colors, printers with 21-50 employees.
The Premier Print Awards are the printing industry’s oldest and largest worldwide graphic arts competition, hosted by PIA/GATF. In its 58th year, the annual contest recognizes those responsible for the creation and production of print communications. The event promotes excellence in print communications and rewards companies and individuals who produce the very best in print media.
This year, over 5100 entries were received from printing and graphic arts firms from around the world, and judges awarded the Benny to the top entry in each category. “As a woman-owned, high-quality, boutique commercial printer, the competition can be tough,” said Nicole Colon, President of Ramsey Press. “But we are very proud of our work and even more proud of our client satisfaction with our work. It’s an honor to be recognized by the industry as a company that produces award winning print.”
Michael Makin, president and CEO of PIA/GATF, agrees. “The Benny winners represent the best our industry has to offer. This years entries were outstanding. There were entries from companies in 18 countries. Despite the fierce competition Ramsey Press, through hard work and dedicated craftsmanship, produced a piece worth of the Benny.”
Ramsey Press will receive their Benny Award at The Premier Print Gala, which honors all the companies that had the top award conferred upon them. The 2007 Gala is scheduled on Sunday, September 9 at the Chicago Hilton, Chicago, IL
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