Being featured on Manufacturing Marvels speaks to the growing visibility Walsworth has in the markets we serve.
Marceline, Mo. (PRWEB) October 22, 2013
Walsworth Publishing announced that it will be featured tonight on national cable TV channel The Fox Business Network® during The Willis Report.
Walsworth will be spotlighted in a segment called Manufacturing Marvels® that will air between 8:30 and 8:44 p.m. Central time. The story will focus on Walsworth’s state-of-the-art printing capabilities, as well as the new solutions recently rolled out at the new walsworth.com website, including app publishing and content marketing.
The segment includes Walsworth CEO Don O. Walsworth, President Don Walsworth, and several other Walsworth employees, as well as footage from the company’s plant facilities in Marceline, Mo. Walsworth is highlighted for its abilities as a full-service provider from traditional “ink on paper” to “the newest approach for today’s marketplace” with Walsworth Apps.
“Being featured on Manufacturing Marvels® speaks to the growing visibility Walsworth has in the markets we serve,” said President Don Walsworth. “The reason for our increased presence is the commitment our people have demonstrated to our customers and to the products we produce.”
About Walsworth Publishing
Walsworth Publishing Company is among the 50 largest printing companies in the U.S. and top 10 book printers. The company is also the only American- and family-owned publisher of yearbooks. Started in 1937 by Don Walsworth, current leadership is under the second and third generations: Don O. Walsworth, CEO, and his son, Don Walsworth, president. The company, which began printing yearbooks in 1947, operates from administrative offices and printing and binding facilities in Marceline, Mo., a prepress facility in Brookfield, Mo., a sales and marketing office in Kansas City, Mo., and a printing facility in Saint Joseph, Mich. Additionally, Walsworth owns the Donning Company Publishers in Virginia Beach, Va., a specialty book publisher, and The Ovid Bell Press in Fulton, Mo., a printer of journals and magazines.