Prince George’s Chamber of Commerce – Excellence in Business Awards – November 13, 2010 The Prince George’s Chamber of Commerce is rolling out the red carpet for our annual black tie celebration honoring those businesses and individuals who have demonstrated successful business growth, strong community involvement, and leadership in Prince George’s County. And the Nominees are…… Continue reading →
Gray Graphics Corporation nominated for the seconded year in a row for the prestigious Prince Georges County Chamber of Commerce – Excellence In Business Awards Business of the Year.
Gray Graphics Corporation was a proud sponsor of Second Chance Employment Service Last Kiss of Summer 7 fund raising Gala
On September 23, 2010 Gray Graphics Corporation was a proud sponsor of Second Chance Employment Service Last Kiss of Summer 7 fund raising Gala. Second Chance Employment Service is a non-profit organization geared towards assisting victims of domestic violence and human trafficking regain their footing in life.
“I would first like to thank Gray Graphics for hosting last month’s event. They showed many new innovations and opened a way of thinking in relation to our environment and how we all can become good stewards. They also gave us a great tour of their capabilities and ensured we left with the latest knowledge… Continue reading →
Governor O’Malley Continues “Jobs Across Maryland Tour” in Prince George’s County, Declares Capitol Heights Maryland’s ‘Capital for a Day’
Today, Governor Martin O’Malley continued his “Jobs Across Maryland Tour” in Prince George’s County where, joined by Maryland’s Executive Cabinet, Capitol Heights Mayor Darryl Miller, Prince George’s County Executive Jack Johnson, Senators Ulysses Currie and Nathaniel Exum, other local officials and area residents, the Governor declared Capitol Heights Maryland’s “Capital for a Day.” Governor O’Malley focused his visit on job creation and strengthening small businesses with a visit to Gray Graphics in Capitol Heights, and touring the future site of the Capitol Heights Town Hall.
10,000 packages containing black and gold engraved invitation cards, inauguration ceremony program booklets and photographs of the President and Vice President was printed and delivered on time.