Former Rainier Color employees join ColorGraphics Seattle
Press release from the issuing company
April 22, 2004 -- ColorGraphics is pleased to announce John Turville has been named Regional Operations Manager and Ian Tolmie, National Accounts Manager at ColorGraphics. Along with John and Ian, ColorGraphics was able to welcome Will Hoard and Dave Sullivan to their sales staff as well as Dianne Noe and Katherine Rossi as Production Planners, Mark Ketter and Jefferson Dunlap in Prepress and Jonathan Weiss as lead press operator.
John Turville previously held the position as General Manager of Rainier Color in Seattle. Ian Tolmie was formally the National Sales Director for Rainier Color. According to Chris Madison, President of ColorGraphics, Inc, “The plan for ColorGraphics has always been to continue to strengthen our presence in the North West as unique opportunities develop. We view the addition of these two printing professionals in the Seattle market as very positive step in carrying out that strategic direction.”
Consistently ranked as one of the top commercial printers in the United States and the winner of many industry awards, ColorGraphics was founded in 1957. It is the largest family owned commercial printer on the west coast with plants in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle and Orange County California. It has operated its Seattle facility since 1997.
For further information, contact Brad Barnard, Director of Sales and Marketing, Seattle (206) 682-7171 or Doug Stewart, Chief Administrative Officer in Los Angeles (323) 307-5228. ColorGraphics administrative offices are located at 150 North Myers St., Los Angeles, CA. 90033. The ColorGraphics website is: www.colorgraphics.com
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