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1st Apprentice printer to be awarded at NPA

Friday, 08 March 2002
By Print 21 Online Article

Tom Englesman with Paul Drury at Darling Harbour

Tom Englesman, general manager of Australian Paper in making the presentation, paid tribute to the young winner from the Queensland School of Printing. “The industry needs to look to its future with the encouragement of young people such as Paul. Australian Paper is pleased to be able to assist in giving recognition to young people starting out,” he said.

Paul Drury confessed to being in the dark about printing until he returned to his education after leaving school early. His prize-winning piece was a promotional advertisement for Oxfam. He expressed an ambition to one day own his own printing business.

Previously the Australian Paper Award was given to the design student who designed the Print Awards poster.

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