LAS VEGAS, NV (February 11, 2013) — Recognized for its technological, manufacturing, and multichannel marketing leadership, Creel Printing has landed the cover story of February’s Printing Impressions—the industry’s most prestigious magazine. The honor comes on the heels of the Gold Ink awards, where Creel’s merits were unsurpassed.
With more than 20,000 contenders vying for a story each month, Printing Impressions is extremely selective. The publication chooses enterprises that not only serve as industry benchmarks, but those that offer customers the very finest—in equipment, resources, and innovations.
Long known for its high-quality web and sheetfed manufacturing, Creel has developed a formidable digital presence over the last few years. With its 2011 acquisition of Digital Lizard, Creel now stands as one of the largest providers of digital print, cross-media marketing, mobile applications, 2-D barcoding, and Internet-based solutions. All of these are bringing customers new, value-driving marketing opportunities. Creel is also working on a cutting-edge personalization initiative, which it will unveil this spring.
“Creel continues to invest in the innovations and technologies that create growth—for our company and our customers,” said Allan G. Creel, President of Creel Printing. “As a private company, we have greater flexibility to craft unique solutions that really impact our clients’ businesses.”
To read to article, visit www.piworld.com and click on “Current Issue,” or call Creel for a print or pdf copy.
Founded in 1953, Creel Printing is one of the most tenured and awarded family-owned enterprises in the world of print. Ranked among the top 50 commercial printers and 10 largest publication printers nationwide, Creel's capabilities span full-color web and sheetfed printing; variable digital production; digital editioning; integrated publishing solutions; web-based storefronts; digital rights management; and more. Creel operates a state-of-the-art, 250,000-square-foot headquarters in Las Vegas, an Idaho-based digital enterprise, and an open-web plant. Creel holds G7 master certification. The company runs three shifts, working 24/7.