Wallace Wetmore Printing Produces 5 Winners in Design Competition
Press release from the issuing company
LISLE, Ill.--June 18, 2002--Wallace announced its Houston, TX location, Wallace Wetmore Printing, produced 5 pieces that were recently named winners at the 12th annual prestigious Quorum Design competition held in Bella Artes, Mexico. The Quorum awards recognize exceptional achievements in graphic design throughout Mexico.
In the annual report division three annuals were named winners, and Wallace Wetmore was honored by having printed all three. They also printed the Gold Award winners in both the corporate and commercial brochure categories. The five winning entries printed by Wallace Wetmore represent five top design firms located in Mexico.
"We sincerely thank our customers in Mexico for the opportunity to transform their creative ideas into beautiful award-winning printed communications," states Bill Johnstone, president of Wallace Wetmore Printing. "We are continuing to grow our presence in Mexico, establishing Wallace Wetmore as a premiere printer for the design community," he added.
Wallace Wetmore has been servicing the Latin American market for more than 20 years, and has been located in Houston since 1947. 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, as well as throughout Mexico and the United States.
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