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Who Will Win Package of the Year?

October 30, 2013

Find out at a special event in November.


The New Jersey Packaging Executive Club (NJPEC) board and Package of the Year awards committee invite the industry to celebrate the year's leading accomplishments in packaging. The Package of the Year Awards provides a glimpse into the year’s best packaging designs and innovations.
 
NJPEC is hosting a banquet and tricky tray auction to honor the manufacturers of the best designs and innovations. The gala dinner ceremony and exhibition will be held on Thursday, Nov. 14, 2013 at the Madison Hotel in Morristown, NJ.
 
A distinguished panel of judges selected the 2013 Package of the Year award winners. The most coveted awards went to:
 
  • Elizabeth Taylor White Diamonds Holiday 2013 is the name of the entry selected by the judges for the coveted Package of the Year Award; Color Optics by Arcade produced it for Elizabeth Arden.
 
  • Signature Brushes by Laura Mercier is the name of the Student's Choice Selection. It was produced by Gurwitch Products for Laura Mercier.
 
Find out who the winners of the remaining Gold, Silver, Bronze, and Special Awards are as you network with fellow industry executives and bid to obtain prizes of your own in the tricky tray auction. Head to www.njpec.com and reserve your company’s table now.
 
Reservations to attend the 35th Annual NJPEC Package of the Year Awards Dinner may be made online at http://www.njpec.com/package-of-the-year-awards-banquet.html
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