Intellicor Communications

08 JUNE 2018

Intellicor Communications Receives Nine Awards in Neographics Regional Printing Competition

Neo Graphics Award Winners

For Immediate Release — June 8, 2018

(Lancaster, PA) Intellicor Communications has been recognized for outstanding achievement in the Neographics 2018 Power of Print® Competition. Competing against hundreds of entries from printing and graphic firms throughout Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware, Intellicor received three Best of Category Awards and six Franklin Awards for Excellence.

The announcement was made in May during the Graphic Arts Association’s 2018 Neographics Exhibition and Award Ceremony held in Philadelphia. More than 350 industry professionals were in attendance at the event, the nation’s largest and oldest regional printing competition.

Intellicor Communications President Dean Baker, said, “I’m so appreciative of our clients who trust Intellicor with their important projects; and proud of our employees who bring our client’s creative concepts to life through print.”

Intellicor Communications received awards for a variety projects, including catalogs, magazines, publication inserts, folders, annual reports, and presentation kits, as well as design.

Julia Farmer, Intellicor’s Vice President of Operations, said, “These awards are a reflection of the knowledge and dedication of our customer service and production team members. I’m proud of the way they collaborate and am thrilled that their expertise and team work have been recog-nized.”

Owners Jeff Bozzi and Michael Hurly created Intellicor Communications in early 2017 to bring together four organizations from Lancaster, PA and Beverly, NJ: commercial and direct mail printers Pemcor, Intelligencer, and AE Litho; and AIM Communications, an integrated marketing firm. With this collaboration, Intellicor Communications offers comprehensive offset and digital print, mail, fulfillment, promotional products, and integrated marketing solutions. With over 180 employees, Intellicor Communications handles large, complex projects, while maintaining a fo-cus on details and being responsive to client needs. The company does business on a national level, but decision-making remains local.

The Graphic Arts Association is a 350-plus-member trade association headquartered in Tre-vose, PA representing the printing industry in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware. Print-ing is the fifth largest manufacturing industry in the country and our region ranks fifth in volume. The Graphic Arts Association is an Affiliate of The Printing Industries of America.