Maracle chooses Joanne Gore Communications to promote its 100th anniversary in printing and publishing

Joanne Gore.
Joanne Gore.

Maracle (Oshawa, Ontario), a major source for digital and commercial (sheetfed and web) printing, has chosen Joanne Gore Communications (Toronto) to help tell their fascinating story to a new generation of print buyers as they approach their 100th year in business this Fall. The company specializes in graphic design and publishing solutions, backed by almost a century of printing experience. The company is known and trusted throughout Durham Region, the GTA and all of southern Ontario as a reliable printing and publishing partner. Over the past few years, it’s been investing heavily in new technology and equipment to position themselves for today’s new print customers – a testament to their foresight and community commitment.

George Sittlinger.
George Sittlinger.

“We’re thankful to our loyal and long-term customers and partners in the financial, educational, publishing and commercial industries,” said George Sittlinger, President of Maracle. “We’re blessed to share this milestone with everyone who has helped us grow and thrive over the last 100 years.” Maracle helps companies reduce costs, optimize production time and increase quality with graphic design, print and bindery services all under one roof. Maracle’s reputation for producing high-quality printed and bound products is a testament to its longevity in an industry where digital technologies and trends have been major disruptors, forcing generations of print professionals to struggle for survival in an always-on, app-driven, instant-gratification world.

“Celebrating 100 years in the print industry is an incredible achievement and milestone reserved for only the best companies”, said Joanne Gore, Founder of Joanne Gore Communications and a regular marketing columnist in Graphic Arts Magazine. “I’m honoured that Maracle chose us to help tell their story and capture the attention of a new generation of print buyers.” Celebrations for Maracle’s centennial anniversary will get underway this September and will include special events, product launches, a new website and much, much more.

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Tony Curcio is the editor of Graphic Arts Magazine.