Intelligencer Scores in Recent Awards Competitions
Press release from the issuing company
(Lancaster, PA May 28, 2004) — Lancaster, PA-based Intelligencer Printing Company recently took home seven BOLI (Best on Long Island) awards. Intell won the top honor for 4-color printing plus a Gold, two Silvers, and three Bronzes, as well as seven awards at the annual Neographics competition, including four top Franklin awards and three Best of Category awards.
"Seven must be our lucky number this year," says Dean Baker, Intelligencer's Vice President of Sales and Marketing. "This recognition from our peers is most appreciated. It's a great way to say 'thank you' to Intelligencer's production team for their outstanding work."
The BOLI awards are sponsored by the Long Island Advertising Club, a non-profit association of advertising firms that promotes the work of marketers and advertisers in the Long Island region. A total of 13,094 entries were submitted in 93 categories. Intelligencer came away with seven commendations, including the top honor for 4-color printing, a BOLI award for the Armstrong World Industries' annual report. The Gold was awarded for the Lutron Electronics' brochure in the 'Four or More Colors' category.
The Neographics 'Power of Print' contest, which is based in Philadelphia, is sponsored by the Graphic Arts Association, one of the nation's largest regional graphic communications contests that rewards quality workmanship in the graphic arts, packaging, converting, design, and publishing industries on the East Coast. In addition to four top Franklin awards, Intelligencer landed three 'Best in Category' awards, including Best Catalog for an Armstrong brochure and Best Booklet for the Lutron brochure.
Founded in 1794, Intelligencer Printing Company is one of the oldest operating commercial printers in the U.S. With annual sales of over $40 million, the company is well known for its high-end color work and its leadership in the adoption of new technologies. Intelligencer serves clients in many industry sectors, including retail, direct mail, financial, pharmaceutical and high-tech. In addition to sheetfed presses, the company also houses heatset web presses—all equipped with finishing lines—a full bindery, as well as a comprehensive mailing operation.
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