Pictorial Offset Corporation's Gary Pawlaczyk To Moderate Global Warming Panel At APC-NY Meeting
Press release from the issuing company
Carlstadt, NJ, February 22, 2007 - Pictorial Offset Corporation, the leader in addressing environmental issues affecting commercial printing for over 25 years, is proud to announce that it’s Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Gary Pawlaczyk, will be moderating an industry panel for the Advertising Production Club of New York City entitled, "How You Can Help Fix Global Warming: Environmentally Sustainable Advertising and Print Production.”
Global warming and environmental responsibility are hot topics. Corporate brands are looking for ways to not only do the right things for the environment and to practice sustainability, but also to let their stakeholders - customers and shareholders - know the core values of the corporation. The trend of environmentally responsible communications is on the up-swing, but many agencies and corporations don't know how to get started. This session will explain how you and your organization can take meaningful steps that will appeal to customers, clients, individual shareholders, and institutional investors.
Panelists for the presentation will include Lewis Fix, Domtar EarthChoice Environmental Papers, Liza Murphy, Rainforest Alliance, and Don Carli, Institute for Sustainable Communication.
This Ad Production Club session will be held at Sarabeth’s, 40 Central Park South, between 5th Avenue and the Avenue of the Americas, New York City on Wednesday, March 14 from 9:00am until 11:00am.
Both members and non-members of APC-NY are welcome, but reservations are required at www.apc-ny.org.
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