Allen Press wins one gold, two silver awards in the annual Gold Ink Awards competition

LAWRENCE, Kan. – September 22, 2016 In this year’s Printing Impression’s Gold Ink Award competition, Allen Press won a gold and silver award in the Scientific & Technical category and a silver award in the Trade Magazine, Web category.

The Mineralogical Record won the gold award, Orchids won the silver in the Scientific & Technical category and Creative Quarterly won silver in the Trade Magazine, Web category.

Winning pieces were chosen on the basis of print quality, technical difficulty and overall visual effect. Nearly 800 entries were submitted to the competition this year.

“To win a Gold Ink award, every visual element of the publication needs to be at its peak—the design needs to be beautiful, the materials high quality and the printing flawless,” says Randy Radosevich, Allen Press CEO. “It requires strong teamwork, good communication and trust between the publication team and the printing team. We are very pleased to attain this level of success in partnership with our customers.”

The Gold Ink Awards is an annual competition open to all creators and producers of printed materials and has more than 50 categories to enter.

About Allen Press, Inc.
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For further information, contact:
Bridget Bowles, Marketing Communications Manager, Allen Press, Inc.
bbowles@allenpress.com \ (785) 865-9568

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Premier Print and Gold Ink Awards Reflect Growth for Allen Press

Lawrence, Kan. – September 10, 2015 – Although Allen Press is best known for its long history with scholarly journals, the company has also consistently earned recognition– and awards– for its excellent printing capabilities outside of the scholarly realm. In this year’s prestigious Gold Ink and Premier Print award competitions, Allen Press won equal numbers of awards for scholarly/trade publications as it did for other publications.

In the Gold Ink Awards, Allen Press won three Silver awards in the Directories, Trade Magazine, and Scientific & Trade Journals categories. The award-winning publications were the 2015 3×3 Illustration Directory, Creative Quarterly, No. 37, and The Mineralogical Record, Volume 45, Number 3, respectively.Hoover Digest was awarded Bronze in the Scientific & Technical Journals category, and the 2015 Ames Percherons Calendar earned a Pewter award for Calendars. Gold Ink Award submissions are judged on print quality, technical difficulty, and overall visual effect.

Three of those publications, the 2015Ames Percherons Calendar, the 2015 3×3 Illustration Directory, and The Mineralogical Record, also won Certificates of Merit in the Premier Print awards. The final Premier Print certificate was awarded to Allen Press’s newsletter FrontMatter.

“The skills and techniques that we have honed while printing detailed scientific publications are transferable to other specialized publications, such as image-rich illustration directories and mineral records, says Dean Mills, Director of Plant Operations. “Our production team enjoys the challenges of each unique publication.”

Throughout its history, Allen Press has focused on the quality of its printing and providing attentive service while adapting to changing customer needs.

Both the Gold Ink and Premier Print Awards will officially be presented on September 13 in Chicago.

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Bridget Bowles, Marketing Communications Manager, Allen Press, Inc.
marketing@allenpress.com | tel 785 843 1234