Minuteman Press Post Oak Recognized at the Graphic Excellence Award Gala

By | August 1, 2014

Minuteman Press Post Oak gained local and regional recognition by earning the Best of Division One and the Gold Division One Award as well as 16 Best of Category awards, 2 Awards of Excellence and 2 Awards of Merit at the 2014 Graphic Excellence Award Program, produced by Printing Industries of the Gulf Coast, the local graphic communication association. The company was recognized in Houston at the 28th Annual Graphic Excellence Awards Gala.

The Graphic Excellence Awards competition recognizes print excellence and is the major regional show for the printing and imaging industry. The pieces entered in the competition represent the finest printed materials produced by the leading printers and designers in this region of the country. Competing firms include: commercial printers, quick printers, trade binders and finishers, graphic art designers, as well as corporate and government agency print centers.

“This annual regional print competition affords a unique opportunity for Minuteman Press Post Oak to not only recognize our clients, but showcase the superb craftsmanship of our employees,” stated Goroh Numata, President.

The Printing Industries of the Gulf Coast’s membership is comprised of over 145 firms in the Houston, Beaumont, Bryan/College Station, Victoria/El Campo, and Corpus Christi areas. Printing Industries of the Gulf Coast is affiliated with Printing Industries of America, the world’s largest trade association for the graphic communication industry.

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