We are a creative, full-service, single source business partner for all of your printing, copying, marketing and mailing services and promotional products with the following areas of expertise:
Copying & Printing - We have the Offset and digital facilities to produce your business cards, flyers, brochures, catalogs, newsletters, booklets, labels, carbonless forms, printer-safe & true-color letterhead & envelopes etc.
Creative Design - We can take your idea from a sketch to the final product.
Blueprints & Posters - B&W blueprints, color blueprints and high resolution posters.
Marketing - Banners, posters, trade show displays, brochures, postcards, rack cards etc.
Mailing - Address lists, postal presorts, address verification, EDDM, occupant & targeted direct-mail programs using priority, first or standard mail classes etc.
Personalized Garments - Business attire, corporate casual apparel, sports apparel, sweatshirts, t-shirts, hats etc.
Promotional Products - Advertising specialties, collateral materials, company logo items, corporate event specialty items, corporate identity packages, plaques, pens, mugs, padfolios, notebooks, bags, clocks, magnets, banks, calendars etc.
Social Invitations and Cards - Wedding invitations & packages, announcements, holiday greeting cards, personal stationery etc.
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To get help on your next project or to place an order, visit our Customer Service section, visit our Products & Services section for a list of some of our products and services. For software downloads and answers to common printing questions, visit our Resources & Support section. We hope you enjoy your visit to our site. If there is anything we can do to further improve your experience, please let us know. We are always looking for ways to better serve our customers.
The 20th Annual Pennsylvania Taste of Elegance Chef Competition will see a mixture of first-time contestants and returning area chefs pitting their pork entres against all the rest.
Good news concerning the cleanup and redevelopment of a former Allentown industrial site arrived recently, in the form of a revolving loan from the federal government.
The West End Alliance is finalizing its plans for a daylong food festival in September.
This fall Allentown residents will have a new option for dining and entertainment, as the Ninth Street site of the now closed Robatas restaurant becomes home to Sugar Hill Jazz Club.
The Allentown School Board has produced not only a budget free of tax increases, but has also found the money to hire an equity officer.
Three goats have been tasked with ridding the storm water basin adjacent to a municipal building with the tangle of Japanese knotweed that has overrun it.
Allentown City Council made a formal request of the Pennsylvania Legislature for help saving its own and nearby Bethlehems 911 communication centers
Allentown newest high school has had no problem enlisting a student body, with about 30% of the districts eighth graders applying to be the schools first freshman class.
Students from Cleveland Elementary School began attending their temporarily assigned schools on Friday, February 27.
A new Starbucks will open for business in Allentown this spring, and it may well have an impact on the value of property in its neighborhood.