Wallace Wetmore Printing Wins Best In Show At 2002 PIGC Competition
Press release from the issuing company
LISLE, Ill.--May 14, 2002--Wallace announced its Houston, TX location, Wetmore Printing, received the Printing Industries of the Gulf Coast (PIGC) highest honor, The Best in Show Award, as well as three additional awards; Best Use of Ink, Bronze Annual Report, and Third Runner Up Best In Show.
The 2002 PIGC winners were selected from hundreds of entries throughout Texas-Louisiana, area. The PI Gulf Coast Award competition (www.pigc.com) involves a thorough judging process that recognizes excellence in printing. Being named a winner is considered a prestigious mark of distinction.
"Receiving the coveted Best In Show Award is a great honor, and demonstrates to both the printing industry and our clients, the excellence Wallace Wetmore Printing has achieved in printing," said Bill Johnstone, president of Wallace Wetmore Printing. "We also wish to thank our clients who provide us the opportunity to produce award-winning printed pieces."
Since 1947 Wetmore Printing has been located in the Houston area. In 1997 they became part of the Wallace company(www.wallace.com/comprint), and continue to serve leading corporations, advertising agencies and design firms in the Houston area and nationwide.
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