Detroit Printing Craftsmen Present Budco With Five Gold Awards
Press release from the issuing company
DETROIT, May 6, 2002 -- Budco, the marketing services firm, received five Gold awards from the Detroit Club of Printing House Craftsmen in the organization's 13th Annual Gallery of Superb Printing competition. The awards recognized Budco's creative work.
Award winning pieces, Budco clients, and creative staff include:
* Festival of Trees Invitation for Children's Hospital of Michigan
* Encore Newsletter for General Motors Corporation
* 2002 Mark of Excellence Brochure for General Motors Corporation
* Corporate Brochure for HoneyBaked Ham Company, Michigan Division
* Night of Excellence Invitation for Children's Hospital of Michigan
The purpose of the Gallery of Superb Printing competition is to recognize the very best printing and supporting creative work in Southeastern Michigan.
Budco is a marketing services firm that helps organizations solve business communication problems and build dialogue with their customers by developing and executing marketing solutions. The company uses a variety of traditional and digital marketing competencies in innovative ways to do this. Founded in 1982, the company's vision is to be recognized as the leader in providing dialogue business solutions, measured by customer loyalty, attracting outstanding, life-long employees, community recognition and financial growth. Clients include Allied Domecq, Ameritech, DaimlerChrysler, Ford Motor Company, General Motors, Health Alliance Plan, HoneyBaked Ham, Honda, McNeil Consumer Health Care a division of Johnson & Johnson, and Walt Disney Co. Additional information about Budco is available at www.budco.com
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