PrintAmerica and The Peer Group Merge, Forming Group With Combined $400M in Revenues

Two long-standing industry peer groups, PrintAmerica and The Peer Group, announced that they have merged. The group consists of 14 market-leading companies located across the U.S., representing combined annual revenues of over $400 million. The newly merged group will retain the name PrintAmerica. The organizations making up the new roster of PrintAmerica are highly diversified, offering specialized services including agency, creative and branding expertise as well as automated, programmatic and analytic marketing solutions. These offerings are in addition to extensive print, mail, fulfillment, display graphics, inkjet, and other products and services.

PrintAmerica focuses on strategic renewal and growth of its members by providing opportunities for learning, sharing and collaborating. Of particular importance is growing the network of peer interaction beyond the CEOs and owners and deep within each member company – including operations, sales, marketing, HR, finance and IT. Membership in PrintAmerica also assures disaster recovery and reciprocal back-up agreements across the network.

Members of PrintAmerica include Aradius Group (Omaha, Neb.), Best Press (Addison, Texas), Cohber (Rochester, N.Y.), Corporate Communications Group (Upper Marlboro, Md.), DCG One (Seattle, Wash.), The DOT Corporation (Irvine, Calif.), Garlich (Fenton, Mo.), GLS/Next Precision Marketing (Brooklyn Park, Minn.), Graphic Visual Solutions (Greensboro, N.C.), Heeter (Canonsburg, Pa.), Standard Press (Atlanta, Ga.), The Standard Group (Reading, Pa.), Suttle-Straus (Waunakee, Wis.), and Trabon Group (Kansas City, Mo.).

“We celebrate a major milestone today as we merge The Peer Group with PrintAmerica, another highly-regarded peer group within our industry. Under the PrintAmerica umbrella we will combine decades of experience, leadership, and expertise. Our goal is to create a strong fellowship among the members, while remaining focused on the sharing of technology, innovation, and information to help the leadership of each member company rise to new levels within their markets,” said Michael Marcian, CEO, Corporate Communications Group.
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