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TWG Plus Receives Silver at Sappi Printers of the Year Competition

Press release from the issuing company

Austin, TX – TWG Plus (formerly The Whitley Printing Company) received a Silver Award for the Sheet-fed Magazine category in the 2011 Sappi North American Printers of the Year Competition. Sappi's competition is a highly respected competition evaluating printers on various criteria, including general appearance, innovation, and appropriateness of techniques and materials used to the subject matter.
Kevin Cassis, CEO of TWG Plus said, "As a recipient of multiple Sappi Printer of the Year Awards, we are excited to add another to our collection. As the industry forces printers to diversify their offerings as we have with our multi-channel marketing efforts, it pleases us as lifetime printers to be recognized for our first love, quality print."
About TWG Plus
Based in Austin, TX, TWG Plus is a commercial print provider working with hundreds of clients, in various markets, including a strong presence in the Higher Education community to strategize and deploy effective multi-channel marketing campaigns. To learn more about TWG Plus, visit their website (http://twgplus.com) or follow them on Twitter (http://twitter.com/twgplus).
About the Sappi Printers of the Year Competition
With more than 2100 entries, the Sappi Printers of the Year awards competition is one of the largest in the industry. The awards recognize print excellence and innovation created on Sappi papers within ten categories: Annual Reports, Books, Brochures, Calendars, Catalogs, Digital, General Print, Magazines (sheet-fed & web) and Printer's Own Promotions. The judging criteria are based on the overall impact of the piece, degree of difficulty, and technical excellence by a judging panel of highly regarded print professionals. To view the list of the winners, visit: (http://www.na.sappi.com/education/printers-of-the-year/2011-winners).


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