Hatteras Brings Home Three Awards from Neographics Event

The annual Neographics Awards Ceremony took place on October 5th, 2023 in Philadelphia to honor the outstanding work produced by regional print service providers across a wide range of categories.

Among the standout winners of the evening was Hatteras, which proudly earned three prestigious awards including a Best of Category Award for Product Line Packaging, a Franklin Award for Product Line Packaging, and the First Runner-up in the Power of Print (Best in Show) Category.

Hatteras’ award wins were based on two projects produced for the same client – Peter Thomas Roth, a skincare company with a growing lineup of products. Hatteras closely collaborated with the talented team at Peter Thomas Roth to craft innovative and meticulously designed product seeding kits that not only left an impression on their influencers, but on the Neographics judges as well. (Learn more about one of the winning Peter Thomas Roth projects.)

The ceremony itself was a memorable affair, taking place at the elegant Cescaphe Ballroom in Philadelphia. Attendees were transported back in time with a 1980’s theme event, adding a nostalgic touch to the evening’s festivities. Adding to the entertainment was a comedic performance by a Joan Rivers impersonator.

Hatteras salespeople Savannah Scarpulla and Joe Placa being photo-bombed by a Joan Rivers impersonator.

“This annual gathering provides a great opportunity for the Hatteras team to network with industry peers and be recognized for our employees’ creativity and hard work,” said Hatteras’ Chief Marketing Officer, Michael Noerr.

Hosted by Philadelphia-based Print & Graphic Communication Association, the Neographics’ Power of Print Awards is the nation’s largest regional graphic communications competition, and is dedicated to recognizing the highest level of quality and service within the print industry, with a call for entries sent to more than 5,000 companies each year.

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