Pittsburgh, PA—The Print and Graphics Scholarship Foundation (PGSF) is pleased to announce a partnership with The Peer Group for ongoing funding of scholarships and the eventual establishment of an endowment. This pledge is being made by the group in order to demonstrate their commitment to the industry and in recognition of the 60th anniversary year of PGSF. The eleven companies in The Peer Group represent major markets across the country with over $400,000,000 in revenues, providing print, direct mail, large-scale graphics, and creative marketing services.
At its recent meeting held in Madison, Wisconsin, The Peer Group jointly decided that each member company would contribute an annual $1000 donation to PGSF. Based on the number of companies in the group, within just a few years it will reach the minimum endowment level of $25,000.
Companies in The Peer Group include the following:
Name City, State
Cohber Press Rochester, NY
Corporate Press Lanham, MD
Dome Printing Sacramento, CA
GLS Brooklyn Park, MN
Great Lakes Integrated Cleveland, OH
Lake County Press Waukegan, IL
NPC Claysburg, PA
Suttle-Straus Waunakee, WI
The Dot Irvine, CA
Trabon Kansas City, MO
Worth Higgins Associates Richmond, VA
“PGSF is dedicated to promoting careers in the graphic arts, and we are pleased to provide this vehicle for The Peer Group to do the same,” said John Berthelsen, VP-Development for PGSF. “With the establishment of this group effort, they have demonstrated a great model for others to follow and provided a perpetual testament of their dedication to the industry.”
Bill Woods, the Executive Director of The Peer Group, added, “For many years, The Peer Group has been known as a select, progressive collection of independently-owned print communications companies from across the United States. With this commitment to the Print and Graphics Scholarship Foundation, the members of our group continue to demonstrate their leadership by investing in the future of the industry.”
For information on how you or your organization can contribute to the future of the graphic arts industry, please contact John Berthelsen at email@example.com or visit the site at www.pgsf.org.