The Great Lakes Graphics Association will hold its annual Graphics Excellence Awards next week. The celebrations are the culmination of the annual GEA competition, which recognizes companies throughout Illinois, Indiana, and Wisconsin for superb craftsmanship.
The Great Lakes Graphics Association (GLGA) announced the recipients of its second annual Women in Print Leadership Award. This award supports GLGA’s ongoing quest to recognize the contributions of women in the Midwest print, graphic arts, finishing and print packaging community.
The Great Lakes Graphics Association (GLGA) has announced a major donation to the Print and Graphics Scholarship Foundation (PGSF). GLGA recently donated more than $85,000 to PGSF for the dedicated Illinois Education Foundation Scholarship fund endowment.
Glenroy, Inc., a converter and printer of flexible packaging, won five Graphics Excellence Awards from Printing Industries of Wisconsin (PIW) in the association’s 2011 Graphics Excellence competition, including three "Best of Category" awards and two "Awards of Excellence." The statewide competition promotes excellence in print communications and it rewards companies and individuals who produce the best in print media within Wisconsin. According to Rich Buss, president of Glenroy, “We focus on producing high-quality flexographic printing every year. To be recognized by the Printing Industries of Wisconsin as one of the top flexographic printers in Wisconsin is a testament to