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  • slider 14 Dec 2012        By: Ginger

Custom printing is actually so much fun, we kind of geek out on it around here. We are the commercial printer of choice for hundreds of professional graphic designers. Why? Because we are willing to work with each print project to meet the exacting standards of the design community. We understand that the finished product must make the end client happy. This is what we specialize in, happy customers.

So, whether the custom printing is a basic brochure for AT&T’s new coverage plan, or an elegant program for the Emmy Awards, we always give it the attention it deserves. Because for us every print job is a black-tie affair with focus on producing the highest-quality print piece a press can generate.

custom hangtag printingOne of our professional designers created this piece for Heineken. It is a bottle necker, or bottle hang-tag, with a custom die cut which opens to reveal whether or not the bearer is a winner. Of course, we would argue that since the piece hugs a bottle of Heineken, the bearer is, by default, a winner!

So bring us all your custom printing projects. Whether brochures, hang-tags, rack-cards, catalogs, posters, booklets, calendars, notebooks, and various other promotional items, we provide you with the knowledge, technology, and support rarely found in the industry. Even if you have a particularly challenging project, we can make it happen. Call one of our friendly experts at 800-930-6040! We are ready to geek out on printing with you!

2 thoughts on “A Black-Tie Affair

  1. We have 3 wine makers that we do there marketing. I believe they would be intreasted in you products.

    If you have a catalog and samples
    I will show them. Love the above design.

    Dellich Advertising
    105 Holland Drive
    Butler, Pa 16002
    Attn: Jerry Dellich

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