On September 20, 2018, Suttle-Straus in Waunakee, WI, hosted a Print Production and Paper Show for local graphic designers and marketers. This open house style event hosted 160 customers and prospects and showcased the company's wide range of capabilities.
Waunakee, WI – Suttle-Straus, a commercial printing and marketing services provider, announced a “Creative Throwdown” contest for graphic designers. The winner receives an Apple iPad.
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.
Not on your ink-stained life, but with the digital revolution, change will be the industry’s constant companion.
To hear industry critics in 2009, especially after the Rocky Mountain News folded, the economy was about to commit a mass murder of the newspaper industry, and eventually print itself.
When the dust settled, very few newspapers went out of business, and those that did were in two-newspaper towns that could only support one. Some publications consolidated, and commercial printers, already prepped for the digital age, managed to make the necessary adjustments to survive the depths of the recession.