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Triangle Printers earns top honors in regional competition

Apr 28, 2011 12:00 AM

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Skokie, IL-based Triangle Printers Inc. received four awards including for outstanding achievement in the 9th Annual 2011 Pinnacle Print Awards Competition, a two-state printing competition hosted by the Printing Industry of Illinois/Indiana Assn. (PII).

The Pinnacle Print Awards competition recognizes outstanding craftsmanship in the creation and production of printed materials in Illinois and Indiana.  The competition promotes excellence in print communications and rewards companies and individuals who produce the best in print media.

Triangle’s “Harlem Irving Companies Corporate brochure” won “Best of Division” and “Best of Category” in booklets, four or more colors. The cover was on Touche paper with gold foil and varnishes. The body was printed in five colors plus a varnish and an aqueous coating. Production also involved diecutting, scoring and an inside pocket.

“The Harlem Irving Companies Corporate brochure was one of the most challenging projects Triangle has ever worked on,” says David Saltzman, president of Triangle. “We are proud of our winning team. They put a lot of time and effort into this piece to make it look spectacular.”

An “ATT 2010” invitation won a “Certificate of Merit” in the 1, 2 or 3 color invitations category. This was designed by  Maryles Graphic Design. It used two different Curious Metallic papers and silver ink.

Triangle also won a “Certificate of Merit” in the 1, 2 or 3 color invitations category for a “JFK 50” invitation. This was designed by Hannah Handmade Cards for the 50th gala at the John F. Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C.

“It’s an honor to be recognized by the industry as a company that produces top quality, award-winning materials,” says Triangle founder Harvey Saltzman.