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Compu-Mail Honored Twice with Award Presentations This Month

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October 30, 2012

Grand Island, NY, October 30, 2012 - Compu-Mail received awards from two prestigious print industry competitions earlier this month in conjunction with GRAPH EXPO 2012, held this year in Chicago, October 7th-10th. President and CEO Michael Vitch personally accepted the Printing Industries of America “Benny” statuette on behalf of the company, for its Best of Category Premier Print Award. Compu-Mail was also honored with a Silver Award in the annual Gold Ink Awards, produced by Printing Impressions magazine. Both awards recognized Compu-Mail’s 2012 calendar and Charity Connection campaign.

Printing Industries of America’s Best of Category Premier Print Award, in the Campaign category, was presented for Compu-Mail’s 2012 Charity Connection campaign. Best of Category winners are presented with a coveted bronze statuette of Benjamin Franklin, the “Benny.” Compu-Mail also received two Awards of Recognition, the second highest honor in the competition, in the categories of Calendars and Direct Mail Campaigns, Business-to-Business.

Printing Impressions magazine, producer of the annual Gold Ink Awards, awarded Compu-Mail with a Silver Award for Compu-Mail 2012 Calendar in the Digital Printing, Calendars category. Winning pieces in the Gold Ink Awards were chosen based on print quality, technical difficulty and overall visual effect.

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