Brown Printing Receives Eight Star of Excellence Awards From Printing Industry Midwest

(Press Release) Waseca, MN, April 2011—Brown Printing Company received eight Star of Excellence Awards, including Best of Class, in the annual awards hosted by the Printing Industry Midwest.

The Star of Excellence Awards recognizes those responsible for the creation and production of printed communications in the Midwest. The competition promotes excellence in print communications and rewards companies and individuals who produce the best in print media. Brown received Best of Class Awards for Hearst’s Esquire: Big Black Book, M Music Media’s Music & Musicians, and International Artists Publishing’s American Art Collector. They also received certificates of merit for Lafayette 148, Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams, Food Network Magazine, Dwell, and AFAR.

This was a very close competition with a very impressive standard of entries,” explained PIM President David Radziej. “The judging process was very challenging. Brown should be proud of their company’s achievements and the excellent work done by their employees.”

“It is an honor to be recognized by the industry as a company that produces top quality, award winning material,” explained Volker Petersen, President and CEO. “These awards are also a testament to our clients’ commitment to excellence, and we are proud to partner with such outstanding companies.”

Editor’s Note: Effective April 1, 2011, Printing Industry of the Midlands (PIM) and Printing Industry of Minnesota (PIMN) merged to become the Printing Industry Midwest.

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