1 September 2010
Four Canuck printers get Benny Awards
—It's that time of year again for the annual rite called the Benny Awards—officially the Premier Print Awards—and four Canadian printers have made the cut for 2010.

C.J. Graphics of Toronto, Metropolitan Fine Printers and Rhino Print of Vancouver, and Friesens of Altona, MB, came out on top, with C.J. taking three awards and the other printers one each.

The Bennys-named after the award statue featuring Benjamin Franklin, are administered by the Printing Industries of America and the Graphic Arts Technical Foundation. Michael Makin, PIA/GATF president and CEO, says, "On behalf of PIA/GATF, our 11,000-plus member companies, affiliates and partner organizations around the world, we congratulate the Premier Print Award winners. Their Benny Awards are irrefutable evidence of their graphic communications excellence. The winners and all the entrants are now part of a rich, 50-year tradition representing the continued vitality and quality of the print industry."

The awards ceremony will take place Oct. 3 at Graph Expo in Chicago. For more information, click here.


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