INNOMARK is proud to announce that its print division was recently awarded seven 2020 Print Excellence Awards by Graphic Media Alliance
Graphic Media Alliance, an affiliate of the national Printing Industries of America, annually holds its Print Excellence Awards competition to recognize Ohio, Michigan, and northern Kentucky printers that demonstrate excellence in 35 categories. This year's out-of-region judges were longtime Premier Print Awards judges, Ken Eberhart and Jeff Ekstein.
Graphic Media Alliance President, Jim Cunningham, stated how impressed this year's judges were with the overall quality of the entries. "Ken and Jeff are very experienced judges and printers whose combined expertise spans more than 75 years in print. They were impressed with our members' incredible and creative work. It's easy in today's fast paced world to just get the job done, but our association members continue to demonstrate the pride and dedication to their craft that has made Ohio, Michigan, and northern Kentucky printers some of the best in the world!"
Each of the Gold award winners in the regional competition are entered into an association-wide competition for Best of Category and Best of show prizes that will be awarded in September at the 2020 Grand Ceremony.
INNOMARK received the following awards:
- Gold, Specialty Finishing (Victoria's Secret Mini Gifting Tower)
- Gold, Packaging (NutraClick Cartons)
- Silver, Printer's Self Advertising (INNOMARK Comb invitation)
- Silver, Corporate Communications (INNOMARK Invitation with Hidden Message)
- Silver, Point-of-Purchase (Soma Fragrance Display)
- Silver, Specialty Finishing (Bullet Proof Coffee Carton)
- Silver, Specialty Finishing (Alpha King Carton)
INNOMARK is a proud Graphic Media Alliance member. The company is honored to accept these awards on behalf of its clients and team members. We look forward to competing for Best of Category and Best of Show recognition in the Specialty Finishing and Packaging categories.
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