For Immediate Release — May 13, 2019
(Lancaster, PA) Intellicor Communications has been recognized for outstanding achievement in the Neographics 2019 Power of Print® Competition. Competing against hundreds of entries from printing and graphic firms throughout Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware, Intellicor received two Best of Category Awards and eleven Franklin Awards for Excellence.
The winners were announced Wednesday, May 8, 2019 at the Graphic Arts Association’s 2019 Neographics Exhibition and Award Ceremony held in Philadelphia. More than 350 industry professionals were in attendance at the event, the nation’s largest and oldest regional printing competition.
Intellicor Communications President Dean Baker, said, “Looking at all the beautiful work on dis-play at the Neographics Awards Ceremony provided a wonderful reminder of how impactful printed communications can be. The tactile interaction between reader and content material is far more engaging and memorable than the experience one has with a computer screen or mobile device. It’s no wonder marketers continue to include printed campaigns in their marketing mix, especially for customer acquisition. Thank you to our clients who trust Intellicor to produce these award-winning pieces."
Intellicor Communications received awards for a variety projects, including posters and art re-productions, magazine series, publications, self-promotion, booklets, annual reports, programs, invitations, presentation kits, greeting cards, brochures, and environmentally friendly printing, as well as design.
Julia Farmer, Intellicor’s Vice President of Operations, said, “We’re grateful to our clients who continue to trust us with their projects. Our customer service and production teams collaborate with our clients to take those projects from concept to award-winning reality. The expertise and dedication of our team members show in every piece. I’m proud of the work we do together. It’s an honor for our teamwork to be recognized by Neographics.“
Established in 2017 by Jeff Bozzi and Michael Hurly, Intellicor Communications offers comprehensive offset and digital print, mail, fulfillment, promotional products, and integrated marketing solutions. With over 200 employees, Intellicor Communications handles large, complex pro-jects, while maintaining a focus on small details and customer service. The company does business on a national level, but decision-making remains local
The Graphic Arts Association is a 350-plus-member trade association headquartered in Trevose, PA representing the printing industry in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware. Printing is the fifth largest manufacturing industry in the country and our region ranks fifth in volume. The Graphic Arts Association is an Affiliate of The Printing Industries of America.