WILLIAMSON WINS 2005 PREMIER PRINT AWARDS
Shown are (top row, from left) Rick Reinbold, Jesse Williamson, Woody Dixon, Derek Price; (middle row, from left) Bill Davis, Carolyn Babb, Diane Williamson, Jerry Williamson; and (bottom row, from left) Bill Schleier, Bill Gonzales, and Bob Lesnieski.
The Premier Print Awards, the International Graphic Arts Competition sponsored by the Printing Industries of America (PIA), is universally recognized as the most prestigious competition honoring excellence in print. There were 15 countries participating this year with a total of 5,200 entries.
Williamson Printing swept the 2005 International Competition with a total of 12 "Bennies," the "Oscar" of printing, for Best of Category. Also, Williamson won the "Silver Sponsors Award" for overall achievement, garnering 121 total awards.
"Our 375 Team Members deserve all of the credit for this outstanding achievement, again this year, for they consistently bring their professional touch to every printing project," said Jerry Williamson, CEO.
Williamson took top honors in a broad range of products and services, including direct mail, annual reports, product brochures, calendars, posters and special innovation.
"We would not be able to achieve this top recognition without our good customers, who bring us challenges that allow us to do justice to some of the most creative print work in the world," said Jesse Williamson, President.
"We extend our heartfelt thanks to our customers and Team Members, who deserve all of the credit."