MILWAUKEE – Visual Systems, Inc., a leading manufacturer of book components, overhead transparencies and ancillary products for educational textbooks, received three awards of merit through the 2003 Premier Print “Benny” Awards competition, sponsored by Printing Industries of America, Inc. The company’s winning entries can be viewed at visualsystemsinc.com.
The following entries, all submitted in the school textbooks category, resulted in certificates of merit:
- “Experience Clay” Textbook Cover: This textbook cover features bright colors and life-like images as a result of utilizing the hexachrome printing process.
- “Exploring Painting” Textbook Cover: Also utilizing the hexachrome printing process, this crisp, vibrant cover offers six eye-catching colors.
- “Decisions for Health” Textbook Cover: This embossed cover, which includes a matte laminate finish, offers bright colors as well as a significant amount of white space.
“Visual Systems has many technical capabilities that allow the company’s printing specialists to create unique and distinctive materials for its customers,” said Jeff Burg, marketing manager for Visual Systems, Inc. “Our investment in the latest printing technologies has helped us both exceed our customers’ expectations and also play a significant role in winning prestigious acknowledgements such as the Premier Print Awards.”
The Premier Print Awards competition has been recognizing organizations that create and produce high-quality printed communications for more than 50 years. In this year’s competition, the entries submitted by Visual Systems were three of nearly 5,000 received entries. Approximately 20 percent of all entries were honored with a certificate of merit.
Visual Systems is a leading book components, overhead transparency and ancillary products supplier for educational and supplemental textbook publishers in the United States. The company offers a variety of visual communication products, including: book components, binders, textbook inserts, CD Rom packaging, overhead transparencies, supplemental workbooks, teaching aids, lenticular promotional products (3-D and motion), on-demand printing and slide duplication.
For more information about Visual Systems’ recent award wins, contact (414) 464-8333 or visit www.visualsystemsinc.com.
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