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PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP Selected CRW Graphics As A Commercial Print Supplier
PENNSAUKEN, N.J. (July 2010) - PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP selected CRW Graphics as a commercial print supplier.
Winner of 2010 "Benny" Award for "Best of Category" for On-Demand and Digital Printing Campaign by CRW Graphics
PENNSAUKEN, N.J. (June 2010) - Every year for the last six decades, Printing Industries of America holds the "Premier Print Awards," which includes the "Benny" Award, a universally recognized symbol for excellence in printing. Winning a Premier Print Award is one of the most coveted achievements for any printer. We are proud to announce CRW Graphics as the winner of the 2010 "Benny" Award for "Best of Category" for On-Demand and Digital Printing Campaign. Continue...
PENNSAUKEN, N.J. (March 2010)- In the aftermath of the tragic earthquake that devastated Haiti in January, CRW Graphics contacted the United Nations to ask if there was anything we could do to help in the relief effort. As the only printer who volunteered services to the UN, we donated the printing of 50,000 "Haiti remembrance" postcards, commemorating the massive earthquake that occurred on January 12th. Continue...
PENNSAUKEN, N.J. (February 2010) - Leveraging its expertise in personalized direct mail communication, CRW Graphics donated the printing of 50,000 postcards in support of U.S. troops. CRW Graphics is partnering with Xerox in its Let's Say Thanks® program, a free and easy way for the public to send messages to U.S. servicemen and women stationed overseas. The nationwide program has postcards designed by children ages 6-14 available at www.letssaythanks.com for people to select their favorite and write a message of support to the troops. To date, more than 25 million people have sent well-wishes to the troops through the Web site and at local card drives across the country. Continue...
PENNSUAKEN, NJ - CRW Graphics won an Exceptional Website Award in the Printing Industries of America Web2awards contest for its customized Saks Fifth Avenue Invitations on Demand web-to-print site. CRW was one of only 16 companies to win an Exceptional Website Award.
"These awards highlight the role the Internet has come to play in the printing industry. By recognizing excellence in print-related websites, the Digital Printing Council helps to encourage each printer's advancement in doing some portion of their business in the 'cloud," said Julie Shaffer, vice president, digital technologies for Printing Industries of America. Continue...
Green printing company, CRW Graphics, has been steadily building its reputation in the region as an environmentally-sensitive printer. And now CRW is a recognized recipient of the GreenWorks Environmental Recognition Award, a special green initiative developed by Agfa Graphics. Continue...
CRW Graphics, a green printing company, won several awards in 2008 for its community outreach efforts.
On May 7th, the company was awarded the 2008 Philadelphia Cares Day "Gold Team STAR Award" winner for companies with fewer than 100 employees. CRW employees and their families participated in Philadelphia citywide clean-up of its schools. Spearheaded by Cindy Wollman, VP Development, CRW's team spent the day at William Penn High School in North Philadelphia, cleaning and painting bathrooms and landscaping the school grounds. Continue...
PRINTING INDUSTRY NEWS
NEW YORK, NY - According to new research, digital media is no substitute for traditional printed media. A recent survey conducted by Harris Interactive on behalf of Earthtone suggests that most people choose how they consume media based on personal preferences.
Research shows that the majority of U.S. adults think that printed media is easier to read than the digital equivalent. Interestingly, most adults reported that they feel more comfortable when they have something on paper than when it's on screen, suggesting that we make an instinctive association between things we can touch and feel and things that are 'real'. Click here to read more.
STAMFORD, Conn., September 29, 2009 - New research from Pitney Bowes Inc. (NYSE:PBI) has a clear message for colleges and universities trying to engage alumni and keep the donation pipeline flowing: use the mail.
Commissioned by Pitney Bowes, the polling firm International Communications Research surveyed approximately 1,100 college graduates and post-graduate school respondents about their preferences for receiving information from the school they attended. Results showed that 57 percent of respondents prefer to receive correspondence, news and other communications by mail versus 31 percent by e-mail and only three percent via social networking sites. Click here to read more.