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Harland Clarke Nets 10 Awards For Creative Work
SAN ANTONIO, Texas (4/25/13)--Harland Clarke, a provider of integrated marketing services, payment and security solutions to more than 11,000 financial institutions nationwide, has been recognized for its creative efforts, with 10 awards.

Harland Clarke is a CUNA Strategic Services Provider.

Harland Clarke received seven 2012 American Graphic Design Awards for excellence in direct mail, email and Internet marketing campaigns. Among the clients Harland Clarke worked with in earning the awards was Honda FCU, Torrance, Calif.

The awards are sponsored by Graphic Design USA (GDUSA), a news magazine for graphic designers and other creative professionals.

The GDUSA awards, which spotlight the fastest-growing and most valuable areas of design for business, are prized by advertising agencies, institutional designers and publishers nationwide. This is the seventh year that Harland Clarke has received top honors in the competition.

The company also received two Platinum and one Gold Awards in the 2012 MarComm Awards Competitions. Its Platinum award was for a catalogue created for A.T. Cross and a second Platinum for a campaign developed for PNC Business Credit. A brochure produced for the PNC Business Credit earned a Gold MarCom Award. All three wins are in the direct mail category of the international competition.

Sponsored by the Association of Marketing and Communication Professionals, the annual MarCom Awards competition judges creativity and excellence in the work of corporate marketing and communications teams, advertising agencies, design firms, public relations firms and production companies worldwide.
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