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Barbara & Dick Royston attend Salt Elements Ribbon Cutting Ceremony


Dick & Barbara Royston, owners of Color Pages Printing & Graphics, attended a ribbon cutting ceremony for Salt Elements on Tyrone Blvd. in St Petersburg. Dick & Barbara learned that the new business involves breathing in highly purified Siberian salt to alleviate respiratory problems.

It was discovered that the mine workers in the Siberian salt mines did not have the normal miner respiratory problems. As a result Europeans have been using the breathing-in salt therapy for 200 years.

Salt Element owners, Jo & Biil Mayfield, decided to open their new business of salt breathing therapy as a result of researching the business aspect of salt breathing therapy.

Mayor Kriseman, St. Petersburg Chamber President Chris Steinocher, Salt Element Owners Bill & Jo Mayfield and others are pictured above for the July ribbon cutting ceremony.


Color Pages Printing & Graphics owner, Barbara Royston attends Bill Young’s Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

Barbara - Bill Young Ribbon Cutting
On Tuesday September 4th, 2012, Color Pages Printing & Graphics Owner, Barbara Royston, attended Congressman Bill Young’s Ribbon Cutting Ceremony at his Pinellas Park Headquarters alongside former Mayor Bill Mischler, members of the City Council, local Chamber of Commerce members, long-time supporters of the Congressman and Bill Young’s family.

Color Pages Printing & Graphics Featured on Bay News 9 for RNC Welcome Signs

>> Click this link to see the full Bay News 9 story on Color Pages’ RNC posters.

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Bay News 9 interviews Barbara Royston, owner of Color Pages Printing & Graphics
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Bay News 9 reporter Melissa Eichman and Color Pages Printing & Graphics owner Barb Royston
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Republican National Convention Surfing Elephant Vinyl Banner being printed at Color Pages Printing & Graphics

Color Pages Printing & Graphics Receives Awards in Statewide Print Competition

Color Pages Printing Wins PAF Award
(St. Petersburg FL) —For the seventh year running, Color Pages Printing & Graphics received two first place awards at the 25th annual Florida Print Awards, the printing industry’s largest and most prestigious statewide graphic arts competition. The Printing Association of Florida (PAF) presented the awards to elite Florida-based printing, graphic arts companies and schools during a banquet on August 3, 2012 at the Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Resort in Lake Buena Vista, Fla.

Color Pages Printing & Graphics received the first place award in the Category Notecards & Birthday Cards for 20-year veteran Art Director Karana Brown’s rebranding of a local Village Inn franchise collateral and internal print items. The other first place award in the Category Booklets & Brochures was awarded for St. Petersburg College’s Center for Public Safety Innovation, National Terrorism Preparedness Institute – “Emergency Response for People Who Have Access and Functional Needs: A Guide for First Responders”. This field tool was designed by St. Petersburg College’s Center for Public Safety Innovation.

Color Pages Printing & Graphics, a 20-plus year local color printing and large format printing company is a Florida Certified Woman Owned Business and a City of St. Petersburg Certified Small Business Enterprise.

The Florida Print Awards recognize individuals, companies and organizations responsible for the creation or production of print communications. The competition promotes excellence in the industry and recognizes companies and individuals who produce the best in print media. PAF, host of the Florida Print Awards, is the state’s largest graphic arts trade association.

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