Morristown, NJ, October 18, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- The New Jersey Packaging Executives Club announces its 36th Annual Package of the Year (POY) Awards Banquet will be taking place on Thursday, November 20 at The Madison Hotel in Morristown, NJ. Advanced registration is encouraged as last year’s event was sold-out. Registration information can be found at www.njpec.com.
The NJPEC POY Awards provides a glimpse into the year’s best packaging designs and innovations, and this year’s program saw a record number of submissions. An elite panel of judges made-up of top packaging executives from Estee Lauder, COTY, Avon, Elizabeth Arden and more selected the winners in several categories. Packaging students from various universities also named a Student’s Choice winner.
The winners will be announced at the Awards Dinner and more than 80 submissions will be on display during the event. Along with the awards ceremony, the popular Tricky Tray auction will take place.
“The Package of the Year Awards Banquet will be the final highlight of an exciting year for NJPEC. Attendees will have an opportunity to network with their peers and celebrate our industry’s most outstanding design and engineering achievements,” said Howie Greenberg, President of NJPEC and Sales Manager of Allstate Paper Box Company.
Reservations to attend the 36th Annual NJPEC Package of the Year Awards Banquet may be made online at http://www.njpec.com/package-of-the-year-awards-banquet.html. For more information on the POY Awards, please contact Peter Gould, firstname.lastname@example.org or Karen Hadden-Wolf, email@example.com.
To donate to the Tricky Tray contact: Holly Benda, firstname.lastname@example.org or Stacey Rimassa,Stacey.email@example.com. The POY Awards, Tricky Tray and other NJPEC activities help fund numerous scholarships that are awarded yearly to deserving students.
North Jersey Packaging Executives Club (NJPEC)
Founded in 1962, NJPEC is an organization of packaging professionals from all disciplines in the industry, who share information and hands-on business experience. The culture of NJPEC is comfortable, collaborative and professional; creating an environment of learning, and business networking. Members invest their time, skills and knowledge to strengthen the packaging industry with talent and innovation. Numerous scholarship programs and mentoring opportunities are offered to support those entering the packaging field. The members of NJPEC are shaping the future of packaging. For more information visit: www.njpec.com