3cenveotwowebcroppedCenveo has merged its south-Seattle ColorGraphics plant with the facility in Kent, where CG’s envelope, bindery and mailing departments have been housed for several years. The address is 6520 S. 190th St., Kent, WA 98032. Current and prospective customers are encouraged to call 206-682-7171 to arrange a visit. At right, from left, are Scott Strayhan, VP/envelope sales, Pacific NW region; Mark Swisher, VP/GM Pacific NW Region; and Brian Anderson, director of sales, ColorGraphics Kent.


Darran Sherriff has joined ColorGraphics/Cenveo as manager of the Kent plant. The Ireland native has 20 years’ experience in printing and has managed six plants in four states and on two continents.

Scott Capestany has been promoted to editor-in-chief of Media, Inc., after a year as a feature writer for the leading local trade publication for the film/video/audio industry, He formerly was creative director at Capestany Films, with offices in Seattle and and Beverly Hills…  Serum, the healthcare division of HackerAgency, has named Robert Grammatica EVP/managing director. He comes from RAPP Worldwide, where he was global chief healthcare officer and managing director of the flagship New York City office.. BrandQuery, based in Mount Vernon, with offices in Seattle, has hired Travis Baechler, formerly with Precor, as a designer and Michelle Rhodes, who worked at the agency seven years ago, to handle accounting and office administration duties… Paradigm Communications Group has named Andrew Waite as associate editor for its Alaska Beyond and Horizon Edition Magazines. Before moving to Seattle, he was an magazine editor for The American Occupational Therapy Association in Washington, D.C…. TedLeonhardt.com LLC has promoted Allison Durazzi to marketing director. Before joining TL.com in the Spring of 2015, she was with Washington Lawyers for the Arts.


Hornall Anderson did this brand redesign for Progresso to launch the soup season. The new label design displays both the Progresso name and what’s inside the can. The rebrand includes a new wordmark  that “embraces  the brand’s heritage while modernizing its look and feel for greater impact.” The rebrand includes the full line of Progresso foods, stocks and condiments.


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