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Premier Press joins Two Sides to help promote sustainability of print and paper

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Premier Press joins Two Sides to help promote sustainability of print and paper

June 25, 2013 - 22:22
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CHICAGO, IL, June 25, 2013 (Press Release) -Premier Press has been a family-owned and operated business for over 35 years, providing a single source solution for award-winning offset printing, digital on-demand printing and wide format printing for oversized graphic arts solutions.

"Premier Press' goal is to be a forerunner in the battle for true sustainability, and we demonstrate our commitment through our certification to the Sustainable Green Printing Partnership, by being 100% wind-powered and by operating a carbonless footprint business. Joining Two Sides not only gives us the opportunity to share our own sustainability story, but also to spread the word that print on paper is a dynamic, effective and sustainable way to communicate."

Chip Chipman, Purchasing Manager/Sustainability Coordinator

About Premier Press

Premier Press has been a family-owned and operated business for over 35 years, providing a single source solution for award-winning offset printing, digital on-demand printing and wide format printing for oversized graphic arts solutions. The company specializes in handling quick turn times, while bringing innovation and creativity to handle difficult projects. Their facilities include a 70,000 sq. ft. warehouse that houses inventory, storage and fulfillment services, packing, kitting, book binding, die-cutting and complete mailing services. Premier Press succeeds with the most demanding quality-conscious customers because they invest in state-of-the-art technology, have a staff of experts for every part of the process, and offer 24/7 full service from concept and color, to print, wide format, bindery, letter shop, mailing and fulfillment services.