Industry Award Swag

Utley Brothers, Inc. received a total of 7 industry awards from the Worldwide Printing Thermographers Association (WPT) – a partner under the umbrella organization International Engraved Graphics Association (IEGA).

The 13th Annual Excellence in Thermography Awards were presented at this year’s IEGA annual conference. Named the “Freddie” awards, after Fred Nicotera, the “Father of Thermography,” the awards are given to companies for their use and application of the thermographic process (raised printing) on items in a wide range of categories. We were pleased to take home 7 awards.

In addition to 5 second and third place entries, winning categories for the company included:

Business Cards – 100% Thermographed, One Color

Business Cards – Thermographed with an Additional Process

Contest entries were judged at the WPT headquarters in Nashville, TN and displayed at the conference before the awards dinner.  The winning entries were presented to Utley Brothers, Inc., on June 26, 2010.  “These awards recognize the great work of our company, our team members and wonderful customers with a creative vision,” says Duane Harrison, President, “we couldn’t be more pleased.”

The Worldwide Printing Thermographers Association, a trade association established in 1997, recently merged with the IEGA which promotes and advances the art of thermographic printing and the use and application in the printing process. One mission of the WPT is to help raise product quality standards in the thermography printing industry.

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About marathondrew

I am a runner (still trying to to qualify for the Boston Marathon) and I work at Utley Brothers Printing, my family's 3rd generation printing company.
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