24 November 2009
3rd annual Young Printer Award given out at Strategy09
TORONTO—At the recent Canadian Printing Industries Association (CPIA) Strategy09 conference the Young Printer Award was given to Mark Menzies, vice president IT and marketing with Menzies Printing.

The Young Printer Award is given to an individual who owns or works in a print shop and is under the age of 35, said CPIA president Bob Elliott. “We’re trying to promote the younger generation coming in and staying in the industry with this award. Mark was chosen because of his impressive resume. He has been in the family business since high school, working on weekends and starting on the CSR when he came out of university. As vice president of IT and marketing he is now involved in all aspects of the business along with his father, Grant Menzies.”


Mark Menzies
In addition to working at Menzies Printing, Mark is very involved with the CPIA in Alberta, said
Elliott. He also worked with the printing side of the recent World Skills competition and volunteers with a charitable organization for autistic children.
— Val Maloney
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