Bay Tech Label Wins Gold Leaf Bronze Award for Best Use of Foil/Embossing on a Label

St. Petersburg, FL – Bay Tech Label, a leading provider of custom labels and packaging solutions, announced that it has won the bronze award for Best Use of Foil/Embossing in the label category during the 30th annual The Foil & Specialty Effects Association (FSEA) Gold Leaf Awards Competition.

“Our FSEA Gold Leaf Awards Competition showcases how embellishments have become a catalyst in the printing industry,” says FSEA executive director Jeff Peterson. “The creativity and technology used in the pieces we receive continue to amaze us every year, from greeting cards and book covers to folding cartons and wine labels.” 

The award recognizes Bay Tech Label's innovative use of foil to create a visually stunning label for their client, USN PhedraCut. The label features a metallic, holographic foil that elevates the customer's intricate design. The result is a label that is both elegant and eye-catching.

"We are honored to receive this award from FSEA," said Marilyn Sullivan, Sales Manager of Bay Tech Label. "As consumer brands continue to fight for shelf-appeal, our team is committed to finding creative ways to deliver beautiful and effective labels."

You can read more about the Gold Leaf Awards on Label and Narrow Web

Information about holographic foiling can be found on Bay Tech Label's website, or by getting in touch with their sales team at 800-229-8321. 

About Bay Tech Label

Bay Tech Label is a leading provider of labels and packaging solutions based in St. Petersburg, Florida. The award-winning company specializes in premium printing as well as blank and pre-printed roll labels. 

About Online Labels Group

Online Labels Group is a family of brands dedicated to offering the world's largest selection of custom and blank labels. The company is a privately-held internet retailer and manufacturer headquartered in Sanford, Florida. Online Labels Group serves customers all over the world for their personal and professional labeling needs.