80 Year Old Central Wisconsin Printing Firm Wins Best Of Show Award
WISCONSINREPORT.COM (06/21/2012) - Fey Printing of Wisconsin Rapids, WI has received the Best of Show award at the Great Lakes Graphics Association's annual Graphics Excellence Awards celebration. Over 1,000 entries were submitted from printers across Wisconsin, Illinois and Indiana. The GLGA is one of the largest printing trade organizations in the country.
The winning entry was a business to business promotional campaign, produced for Neenah Paper of Alpharetta, Georgia, designed by Design Army of Washington, DC.
With 12 individual pieces included in the kit, judges commented that the visual impact was overwhelming as Fey Printing was able to produce a variety of extremely difficult custom printed pieces to create a complete message.
This is the sixth consecutive year that Fey Printing has won an award for each project submitted.
Carrie Otto, Print Production Manager at Neenah Paper indicates a close relationship with Fey Printing is expected to continue on into the future.
"We have come to rely heavily on Fey Printing and they continue to exceed our expectations by producing high quality pieces on time and on budget," Carrie Otto said.
"Our working relationship with them has become a true partnership which will continue for years to come," Otto continued.
Fey Printing president Scott Gasch says he and the company are honored to receive high recognition among Wisconsin printers. He's even more elated, because Illinois and Indiana made "the road to the top even steeper".
"A major component of our success is the important relationship between client, designer and printer," Gasch said.
"Neenah Paper and Design Army are a dream to work with, and it's obvious they recognize the importance of great design," Gasch added.
2012 marks Fey Printing's 80th year of continuous operation in Wisconsin Rapids. Known for producing complex print projects, Fey Printing's extensive in-house capabilities are what allow for a smooth transition from concept to completion.
According to the judges, every element of the entry contributed to its overall excellence and complimented what could be done with a piece of paper.
Gasch is happy with the work of the Fey Printing staff, but, gives some of the credit to the design work by Design Army of Washington, DC.
"It's easy to do great work with great design", Gasch explained.
Fey Printing's five divisions are headquartered in Wisconsin Rapids, WI including state of the art printing equipment to handle a broad spectrum of printing, bindery and fulfillment services.
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