2001 Gold Ink Award Winners Announced

Each year a panel of distinguished professionals judge entries in 37 print media categories.
For fourteen years, the Gold Ink Awards has been considered the nation's most prestigious print competition. This year is no exception. With almost two thousand entries from companies all around the country, the Gold Ink Awards remains the standard bearer of excellence for the highly competitive and ever-evolving printing industry. This rigorous competition is judged by top-notch professionals, all who are experts in the print world.

Some notable winners from the world of independent publishing are bronze medallist John Deere, 2000, printed by Graphic Arts Center of Portland, OR, and pewter medallist Robosapiens (MIT Press), printed by Quebecor World of Kingsport, TN. Both of these books also won "IPPY" Awards from this publication.

Winners of this prestigious event are able to tell their clients that they have the technology, the experience and the commitment to quality that results in outstanding printing, job after job...and they have the award to prove it.

2001 Winners were honored at the Gold Ink Awards and of Fame Banquet on September 10, 2001, during Print Expo 2001 in Chicago at McCormick Place.

The competition is open to all creators and producers of printed materials, which inludes: advertising agencies, book publishers, catalog publishers, color separators, corporate publishers, designers, direct marketers, magazine publishers, paper companies, prepress and imaging centers, printing buyers, printing manufacturers, and public relations firms.


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