Award Recipients

2015

2014

2013

2012

2011

2010

Award Recipients

2015

2014

2013

2012

2011

2010

2010 Award Recipients

Recognized by the Positively Print “Exemplary Award” are:


  • The Xerox Corp.  With a longstanding history of promoting print, Xerox’s television campaign about print, which began airing on Sunday mornings a few years ago, targets the executives and corporate decision-makers who often watch the current events talk shows that air on Sundays.  The commercials describe the different ways in which print achieves results.
  • Five major Magazine Publishers—Conde Nast, Hearst Magazines, Meredith Corp., Time Inc. and Wenner Media—joined forces to conduct what may be one of the largest print advertising campaigns ever to promote the vitality of magazines as a media. Bearing the tagline “Magazines, the Power of Print,” the campaign challenges the misconceptions surrounding magazines through a visually appealing mix of colorful imagery and clever wordplay.
  • Printing and Graphics Association – Mid-Atlantic.  With the tagline of “Print Grows Trees,” this campaign by the Mid-Atlantic PIA affiliate has strongly countered the public notion that e-materials are environmentally friendly while print is not. The program, which can be modified and copied by others, is an example of how much a single entity can do to support—and promote—print.

Recognized by the Positively Print “Distinction Award” are:


  • Hewlett-Packard (HP).  HP’s efforts to promote print were international in scope and even made it to the Cannes Young Lions International Advertising Festival competition. Targeted at marketing professionals, HP’s campaign additionally made use of two publications to support its efforts.
  • Individual Print Advocate: Warren Werbitt & Pazazz Printing. Usually, print advocacy efforts come from organizations who are armed with expensive promotional campaigns or fancy support materials. But Warren Werbitt—founder of Pazazz Printing in Montreal—has unabashedly, and singlehandedly, advocated for print throughout his career. Werbitt has promoted his passion for print in decidedly unconventional ways—most notably through two YouTube videos, “Printing’s Alive” (parts 1 and 2), which humorously and dramatically show the necessity of print in the world. The videos have been viewed by well over 200,000 people.

2010 Award Recipients

Recognized by the Positively Print “Exemplary Award” are:


  • The Xerox Corp.  With a longstanding history of promoting print, Xerox’s television campaign about print, which began airing on Sunday mornings a few years ago, targets the executives and corporate decision-makers who often watch the current events talk shows that air on Sundays.  The commercials describe the different ways in which print achieves results.
  • Five major Magazine Publishers—Conde Nast, Hearst Magazines, Meredith Corp., Time Inc. and Wenner Media—joined forces to conduct what may be one of the largest print advertising campaigns ever to promote the vitality of magazines as a media. Bearing the tagline “Magazines, the Power of Print,” the campaign challenges the misconceptions surrounding magazines through a visually appealing mix of colorful imagery and clever wordplay.
  • Printing and Graphics Association – Mid-Atlantic.  With the tagline of “Print Grows Trees,” this campaign by the Mid-Atlantic PIA affiliate has strongly countered the public notion that e-materials are environmentally friendly while print is not. The program, which can be modified and copied by others, is an example of how much a single entity can do to support—and promote—print.

Recognized by the Positively Print “Distinction Award” are:


  • Hewlett-Packard (HP).  HP’s efforts to promote print were international in scope and even made it to the Cannes Young Lions International Advertising Festival competition. Targeted at marketing professionals, HP’s campaign additionally made use of two publications to support its efforts.
  • Individual Print Advocate: Warren Werbitt & Pazazz Printing. Usually, print advocacy efforts come from organizations who are armed with expensive promotional campaigns or fancy support materials. But Warren Werbitt—founder of Pazazz Printing in Montreal—has unabashedly, and singlehandedly, advocated for print throughout his career. Werbitt has promoted his passion for print in decidedly unconventional ways—most notably through two YouTube videos, “Printing’s Alive” (parts 1 and 2), which humorously and dramatically show the necessity of print in the world. The videos have been viewed by well over 200,000 people.