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Appalachian’s Office of Printing and Publications receives PICA awards

thumbnail_t.jpgBOONE—Appalachian State University’s Office of Printing and Publications has received three awards from the Printing Industries of the Carolinas (PICA).

The awards were presented during the annual PICA Awards banquet, which was held Jan. 19 in Greensboro.

uwcflyer_t2.jpgstaffupdate_t2.jpg A staff newsletter and a writing center flyer produced by Appalachian State University’s Office of Printing and Publications have received awards from the Printing Industries of the Carolinas.

The Office of Printing and Publications’ awards were:

Best of Category for Internal Communications (1, 2 or 3 colors) for the “Staff Update” designed by Angie Norris and produced by Chris Earp

Best of Category for Single Sheet Fliers (1, 2 or 3 colors) for the “Writing Center flyer” designed by Ed Gaither and produced by Chris Earp

Award of Excellence for Letterhead (2 or 3 colors) for the printing of Appalachian’s letterhead with layout completed by Angie Norris and production by Chris Earp

The Office of Printing and Publications is part of the Thomas W. Reese Center for Graphic Arts and Imaging Technology in Appalachian’s Department of Technology.

The office supports the educational mission of the university by providing printing and other related services to the campus community.

Since 1966, the PICA Awards have been the premier symbol of excellence for the graphics industry in the Carolinas. PICA protects and promotes the common interest of the printing industry and helps its members prosper, both individually and collectively, through fellowship, education and cooperative action.

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