In-Print 2014 Judging is Monday
On Monday morning, the judging of the In-Print 2014 contest will begin at IPMA headquarters, in Kearney, Mo., outside of Kansas City. Of the 420 entries, nearly 60 percent were printed on toner or inkjet devices and just 40 percent on offset presses, a big shift from just a few years ago when offset printing dominated the contest.
Sponsored by both IPG and the In-Plant Printing and Mailing Association, In-Print 2014 is the only national printing contest exclusively for in-plants. This year's lineup of judges will feature a seasoned medley of in-plant managers from different regions and industries:
- Chris Anderson, Deseret Mutual Benefit Administrators/IPMA contest chair
- Christopher Donlon, Kohler Corp.
- Alvin Griffin, Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools
- Mike Lincoln, State of Colorado
- Steve Weigel, Iowa State University
IPG Editor Bob Neubauer and IPMA Executive Director Carma Goin will be on hand to oversee the judging. Neubauer will also video the selection of the Best of Show winners. This video will be shown during the IPMA awards banquet in June to reveal the two Best of Show winners (offset and non-offset).
To get an inside peek at the judging next week—and an early glimpse of some of the winners—check IPG's Facebook page throughout the day on Monday: www.Facebook.com/inplant.