International Paper recently featured a piece designed by the Suttle-Straus Creative team. This interactive awards night invitation included variable data on both the box sleeve and "poker chip" RSVP. The invitation turns into a miniature craps board complete with actual dice. It was printed on Accent Opaque paper and is displayed in the Accent Opaque website gallery showcasing inspirational ideas. We're excited to be featured for this fun employee Awards Night piece!
Suttle-Straus, a commercial printing and marketing services provider in Waunakee, is hosting a complimentary webinar titled "Convert Website Visitors Into Leads and Revenue."
The winner of the 2020 Suttle-Straus Creative Throwdown poster contest was Anneliese Kanter-Cronin with her piece "Use your voice and vote!"
This week on 60-Second Super-Cool Fold of the Week, Trish Witkowski, founder of Foldfactory, recognized our client, YMCA of Dane County, for a cleverly designed fundraising mailpiece that included a stepped waterfall booklet inside. We're excited to be featured for the fourteenth time on the Fold of the Week series!
Suttle-Straus, a commercial printing and marketing services provider in Waunakee, is hosting a complimentary webinar titled "Your Back-to-Business Omnichannel Marketing Campaign."
Suttle-Straus was featured in the Wisconsin State Journal in an article about student graduation celebrations on Monday after we printed 61 banners with pictures of Waunakee High School seniors for lightpoles on Main Street in downtown Waunakee.
Suttle-Straus was featured on the NBC 15 news Tuesday on the topic of Coronavirus precautions in support of the #JustAsk campaign with the Greater Madison Chamber of Commerce.
Suttle-Straus, a commercial printing and marketing services provider in Waunakee, is hosting a complimentary webinar with Trish Witkowski, President of Foldfactory.com, titled "The Secrets of Engaging Mail."
Suttle-Straus is pleased to announce that it is an award winner in the 2020 Graphics Excellence Awards (GEA), a competition owned and managed by The Great Lakes Graphics Association (GLGA). The competition is an annual event that recognizes and rewards printing and finishing companies who combine fine craftsmanship with technology to produce outstanding finished products. Suttle-Straus has been recognized in the GEA competition for over a decade.