February 12, 2013
Member takes gold and silver print awards
New Chamber member, Flottman Company received 10 Print Excellence Awards in an annual competition hosted by Printing Industries of Ohio, Northern Kentucky. The Flottman Company received one gold award and nine silver awards. The 2013 awards, judged by three out-of-state officials, included more than 450 entries from 60 companies competing in 34 categories.
Flottman's gold award-winning piece featured a miniature folded literature insert printed with portions of invisible ink. The piece will go on to compete for Best of Show and Best of Category at the Printing Industries of Ohio, Northern Kentucky August 2013 Grand Ceremony in Columbus. It will be honored as a representative of the entire Southwest Printing Region in the National Competition.
"What an honor to receive a GOLD Print Excellence Award. As a company, we are privileged to represent our industry and our partners in receipt of the prestigious gold and nine silver awards," said Tom Flottman, CEO of the Flottman Company.
The additional award-winning entries featured seven Flottman partners: St. Xavier High School, Bakery Crafts, Antioch Shrine Foundation, ITW‐Evercoat, Rxperts Printing Alliance, Proteus Packaging and Braintree Laboratories. Flottman also received four awards for self‐promotional materials designed by its marketing and design teams, highlighting the company's Rxperts Printing Alliance partnership and Brilliant Communications multichannel marketing campaigns
Founded in 1921 and headquartered in Northern Kentucky, The Flottman Company is a full-service graphic communications firm, providing strategic marketing and design services. Its accolades are numerous:
- Business Courier Green Business Award (2012)
- Two MARCOM Platinum Awards for Creative Excellence (2012)
- University of Cincinnati Tri-State Family Business of the Year Award (2010)
The privately-held, family-owned business has been featured in the New York Times, Family Business Magazine and on CNBC.
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