ArborOakland Group Wins Seven Awards for Outstanding Printing

ArborOakland Group Recognized at Gallery of Superb Printing Awards Dinner

Warren, MI, April 17, 2012 – ArborOakland Group, a Royal Oak, Michigan-based company, announced it was recognized at The Detroit Club of Printing House Craftsmen's Annual Gallery of Superb Printing awards dinner on April 17th, winning seven awards. The Gallery of Superb Printing awards program is held each year to recognize deserving companies for outstanding workmanship in the printing industry. ArborOakland is a leading integrated marketing services provider located in Michigan.

AOG received three Gold awards for its LaFata Cabinets Brochure, DeBartolo Performing Arts Book and Charlevoix Hospital Brochure; three Silver awards for Capelli Financial Services, Mercedes Benz Financial Thank You Card, and Westec Preliminary Mailer; and one Bronze Award for St. Joe’s Black and White Holiday Ball Invitation.

Paul Cartwright, Vice President of Sales & Marketing for ArborOakland Group, said, " It makes me very proud to be part of this great team.  Everyone has a part in our success and these awards are because of our entire sales teams’ efforts to satisfy our customers and, because of this, we continue to be a leader in the printing industry.  All of us should hold our heads high and be proud of what we do each and every day."

Entries in The Gallery of Superb Printing are judged based upon the quality of the piece. They are evaluated on registration, ink coverage, color intensity, dot structure, binding quality and finishing, overall appearance and difficulty. To receive an award, each printed piece must display an exemplary level of craftsmanship.  
For over 40 years, ArborOakland Group has been working with corporations, educational institutions, municipalities and ad agencies providing them with integrated marketing solutions to help them effectively and efficiently Speak Visually to their customers and prospective customers.

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