Cleveland, Ohio – March 2012
Great Lakes Integrated (GLI) is honored to receive 57 Print Excellence Awards from the Printing Industries of Ohio – N. Kentucky.
“Our award-winning entries combine the creative talents of our clients and our team’s commitment to quality” said GLI President and CEO James Schultz. “We dedicate ourselves to producing exceptional print materials that help our clients stand out and communicate effectively with their audiences.”
Each year, the Printing Industries of Ohio – N. Kentucky holds its Print Excellence Awards Competition to acknowledge printers that demonstrate excellence in 34 awards categories. This year’s awards drew over 450 total entries. The entries were graded by a panel of three out-of-state expert judges.
Awards were broken down into three categories – Gold, Silver and Bronze. Each Gold award winner in the regional competition is entered for Best of Category and Best of Show awards in an association-wide competition during August 2012 at the Grand Ceremony in Columbus, OH. At last year’s ceremony, Great Lakes received a Best of Northern Ohio Region award in the category of Booklets.
Great Lakes Integrated received the following awards for its print work in annual reports, booklets, books, campaigns, catalogs, corporate communications, digital printing, magazines, pocket folders, specialty finishing and specialties:
15 Gold Awards
20 Silver Awards
22 Bronze Awards
About Great Lakes Integrated
Based in northeast Ohio, Great Lakes Integrated is comprised of three divisions: Great Lakes Print, a leading full-service printer; GLDirect, a MFSA certified database management and fulfillment center; and AKSESS, offering the latest technologies to provide instant Internet access to all brand-building assets. A proven leader and innovator in graphics communication and marketing support services, Great Lakes Integrated helps communications professionals optimize their marketing communications investments.
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Cleveland, OH 44109-1186
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