Toronto – Ontario, July 23, 2010 – Print Three Franchising Corporation (PTFC) president, Andrew Hrywnak, was chosen as one of PrintAction magazine’s Canada’s 50 Most Influential Printers for 2010. The prestigious list known as the PA50 is now in its ninth year and consists of individuals who have influenced the direction of Canada’s printing industry, as well as influenced the direction of an established printing company.
With over 55 Print Three locations in Canada, Hrywnak leads Canada’s largest print-franchise network, supported by a 150,000-sq-ft production facility in Toronto. Hrywnak is dedicated to equipping his franchises with the most up-to-date digital print and procurement technology that ensure complete customer satisfaction. This dedication has earned him a spot on the PA50.
“I am very excited about being chosen as one of Canada’s 50 Most Influential Printers,” says Mr. Hrywnak. “Over the last few years, I have witnessed dramatic changes in the print industry and the biggest opportunities are yet to come for those companies, like Print Three, that study the print industry and recognize trends and opportunities for growth.”
From this year’s listing of Canada’s 50 Most Influential Printers, PrintAction is asking the print public to vote for who is the most-influential printer for 2010. A full explanation of the voting process, including the voting form can be found at:
PRINT THREE FRANCHISING CORPORATION – www.printthree.com
Print Three is the recognized leader in digital printing and Web-to-print service offerings for all business and corporate clients. With 55 locations across Canada, Print Three is one of Canada’s largest owner-operated printing networks.
PRINTACTION – www.printaction.com
Since 1961, PrintAction has been providing comprehensive analysis of local and global issues affecting the people in the graphic communications industry. Each month, PrintAction, through its parent company, Young Blood Publishing, delivers unmatched content about the strategies and aspirations of Canada’s most innovative and technologically sound printing companies. Combining independently researched news with the most interesting personalities and applications, PrintAction is the magazine read most by the professionals of Canada’s graphic arts industry.