Owner of Grand Junction printing firm receives award for management skills
Randy Greathouse, owner and president of Precision Printing in Grand Junction, has received a management award from an organization of independent printing businesses.
Greathouse received the award from CPrint during its recent board meeting in Denver. The organization selects a participating printer who has demonstrated the most positive changes over the previous six months.
Todd Nuckols, president of CPrint, said Precision Printing has experienced growth and profitability in the face of increasing competition. “Precision Printing continues to prosper as it focuses on principles and practices geared to exceptional services to both customers and opportunities for staff,” Nuckols said. “Precision Printing is achieving success by being the best print provider for its business customers.”
CPrint is an organization of independent small businesses in North America that strive for professionalism and performance. The CPrint designation is available to printers who demonstrate quality and service by maintaining standards in equipment, software, operations and training as well as employee benefits and working conditions. The program requires onsite certification and participation in continuing education programs.
Precision Printing is located at 615 Colorado Ave. For more information, call 245-1294 or log on to www.ppgj.com.