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    Kennedy Health

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    Perfect has worked with Kennedy Health for almost a decade, printing the system’s hospital marketing materials. Our work includes postcards to promote satellite locations, patient information documents, promotional items such as magnets and many other patient and corporate communication materials.

    Drexel University

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    This admissions brochure was printed for a series of “Admitted Students Days” that long-time customer Drexel University held in spring 2017. The 5.5 x 8.5, eight-page brochure was printed on a smooth cover stock in CMYK. The brochure contained a schedule for the day as well as a campus map to help students find their way around campus.

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    Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia

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    As part of our hospital printing expertise, Perfect works with The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) to produce a variety of marketing and patient materials. A recent one-sided flyer for the hospital’s Lewis Society was printed with our HP Indigo digital technology. We also print materials such as postcards for office relocations and brochures for fundraising and sponsorship campaigns, like the Daisy Days Runway fashion event invitation, which was a 5 x 7 invite and insert printed in CMYK with an AQ satin coating.

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    The College of Physicians

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    Perfect recently printed this events brochure for The College of Physicians of Philadelphia’s Mutter Museum. The brochure highlights the activities, lectures and programs being held at the museum in 2017. The 4-color 5.5 x 8.5 brochure used an opaque cover stock.

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    Living Beyond Breast Cancer

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    One of Perfect’s newest customers, Living Beyond Breast Cancer (LBBC) is a non-profit organization based in Bala Cynwyd, Pa., that provides programs and services to help people whose lives have been impacted by breast cancer. LBBC produces various print materials to promote its events, provide information to patients and caregivers, and educate the breast cancer community. Its goal is to connect people with trusted breast cancer information and a community of support. Perfect has produced a number of projects for LBBC, including direct mail, fundraising materials, annual reports, invitations and educational pamphlets. The projects featured here include LBBC’s annual conference brochure, an issue of its Insight newsletter and a postcard inviting attendees to an educational event that was part of LBBC’s Breast Cancer 360 initiative.

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    Marlin Finance

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    Part of Perfect’s experience in financial printing has come from helping long-time customer Marlin Finance produce materials to promote its equipment leasing and finance programs to small businesses, manufacturers, dealers and vendors across industries such as healthcare, IT, food service and security & surveillance.

    We print postcards, brochures and booklets to support Marlin’s marketing campaigns. We also handle Marlin’s frequent direct-mail letter campaigns utilizing our variable printing capabilities. We print, fulfill and mail thousands of letters, envelopes and inserts each month as part of Marlin’s ongoing communication with its customers and prospects.

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    The Franklin Institute

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    The Franklin Institute

    This beautiful trifold brochure was used by The Franklin Institute to invite guests to the East Coast premiere gala celebrating the opening of “Vatican Splendors,” a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see the Vatican’s paintings, sculptures and artifacts. The exhibition held at The Franklin Institute contains works of some of history’s most celebrated artists, including Michelangelo, Bernini and Guercino.

    The invitation for this gala needed to match the beauty and significance of the works being exhibited. To create a special sense of inspiration, the brochure was printed on a metallic paper with an aqueous satin coating. Gold foil stamping provides an extra touch on the cover to help the design impress.

    Rutgers University

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    High-end custom designed brochure targeting international students.

    Intriguing images and the use of color are an important piece of any creative. Rutgers-Camden recently produced a brochure targeted to its international student body. The design and content needed to provide an overview of the State University of New Jersey as well as highlight all that Rutgers had to offer International students.

    Designed by Rutgers Professor Allan Espiritu, also the designer at GDLOFT, the brochure combined design and print techniques such as solid blocks of color printed with a transparency effect to view the image underneath. Since economics is always an issue, a translucent fly sheet was produced with pertinent statistics that are subject to change. The fly leaf not only added visually to the piece, but can be replaced as necessary without reprinting the brochure in its entirety.

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    Promotional collateral and on-site signage for the annual Philadelphia Flower Show.

    The PHS Philadelphia Flower Show is the nation’s largest indoor flower show, which blooms every March at the Pennsylvania Convention Center. Inspired by the culture and gardens of Great Britain, this year’s PHS Philadelphia Flower Show, is entitled “Brilliant!”

    Perfect has provided printed materials for the PHS Philadelphia Flower Show for 10 years. Over that time, we have earned trust and built a solid relationship with PHS.

    This year, in addition to printing posters in several sizes, invitations, group mailings, and several brochures, we handled the very important project of printing the event tickets. The challenges of this job were programming the various barcodes and human-readable codes, testing the bar-codes to avoid delays during the show, and providing the security needed due to the value of the tickets.

    The tickets were color-coded by various types (general admission, student, tour operator, etc) and contained a single-use bar-code along with a human-readable code. All data programming was done in-house; our Nexpress digital press accommodated the variable data of changing colors and adding sequential numbering within the print run. We ran proofs for the tickets to be tested on the customers’ scanners, and all test sheets from the tickets were treated with utmost security and shredded.