Waunakee, WI – Today, Suttle-Straus, regional marketing solutions provider, announced that Ted Straus, 43, has been promoted to President of Suttle-Straus, Inc. effective January 1, 2015. Straus succeeds John Berthelsen who has been in the role since 1981 and will be retiring at the end of the year.
Printing Excellence in the Tri-State Region Recognized Suttle-Straus Announced as Multi Award Winner
Pewaukee, WI – The Great Lakes Graphics Association (GLGA) has announced that Suttle-Straus, Madison area communications provider, is an award winner in the 2014 Graphic Excellence Awards competition. The judging was concluded on March 19 with over 1000 print entries in the competition. The GEA competition is one of the largest printing competitions in the nation.
Suttle-Straus won a total of 37 awards for outstanding achievement in their production over a wide variety of categories. The company received one Best of Division, along with five Best of Category, 11 Award of Excellence, and 20 Certificate of Merit for entries, representing a variety of products.
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For the fourteenth year in a row, Suttle-Straus, Waunakee based communications company, has again been recognized as an industry leader. The Printing Industries of America (PIA) awarded the company for its exemplary human resources practices in its 2013 Best Workplace in the Americas (BWA) program.
The company was the recipient of the coveted “Best of the Best” designation, top recognition in the program, the ninth time it received the top tribute. Begun in 2000 to specifically honor companies that provide a superior work environment, BWA is judged by a panel of highly respected HR professionals with decades of experience. All of the winning companies actively show their employees that they care about their work environment, their personal goals and ambitions, as well as the needs of the company.
Suttle-Straus’ Ted Straus, Executive Vice President was inducted into the Soderstrom Society by the National Association for Printing Leadership (NAPL) on Sept. 7. Straus was one of 15 industry luminaries to join the ranks of the exclusive and prestigious organization.
Suttle-Straus, Inc. of Waunakee has named Jim Twieg to the newly created position of Director of Technology. In this role he is responsible for the continued enhancement of the company’s technology systems and workflows. With this promotion, Jim will also be joining the Executive Team of the company.
Suttle-Straus was highlighted on foldfactory.com’s Super Cool Fold of the Week video directed to professional designers. The website’s Chief Folding Fanatic, Trish Witkowski, is known for her 60-second Fold of the Week video series that is emailed to subscribers and featured on the website. The piece earning recognition was a self-promotion black box with an enclosed origami style fold, sometimes referred to as a “fortune teller” or “cootie catcher.”
Suttle-Straus employees participated with “Go Red for Women” on February 1st by wearing red to raise awareness of Heart Disease in women. February is Healthy Heart Month with many marketing events and efforts designed to raise awareness and promote a heart-healthy lifestyle.
In exchange for a donation Suttle-Straus employees had the opportunity to wear their sneakers to work on January 25th for the Coaches vs. Cancer event. Coaches vs. Cancer is a nationwide collaboration between the American Cancer Society and the National Association of Basketball Coaches.