A Grantham printing and design company that started as a small shop in the town center has “grown significantly” during its first 15 years in business.
Print Bureau, owned by Jerry and Vicky Levick, started in 2008 as a small shop on Vine Street, providing a digital printing and design service.
Fifteen years later, the business now operates out of a facility in the Alma Park industrial estate and has “grown significantly” since it began.
To celebrate the company’s anniversary, an open house is held. Vicky explained that this is because “many local people don’t realize that we are at her doorstep”.
“The open house is open to any company or merchant and we invite them to come say hello and learn a little more about what we can do for them,” Vicky continued.
“From business cards and banners to beautifully embroidered uniforms and safety boots, we have everything to meet your business needs.”
Print Bureau moved from its original Vine Street store to the Withambrook Park Industrial Estate, before finding its current home in Alma Park in 2014.
Vicky said, “We have grown significantly over the years, investing heavily in equipment and technology to stay ahead of today’s demands and serve customers from local merchants to blue-chip national companies.
“We pride ourselves on our fantastic service and as a company we have grown nationally through word of mouth and referral.”
She described the Print Bureau team as “fantastic and multi-talented”.
The company supplies embroidered and printed workwear, PPE and display equipment, as well as its design and digital printing services.
Vicky added: “We differ from other companies in the fact that we design and print everything in-house, which means that we are in full control of the entire process, from design to completion, and can offer fast turnaround times to meet customer needs. demands of our clients.
“We can print on many solid surfaces and recently printed a custom desk for a Bath Rugby fan, produced an eight foot cutout of a grandpa, combined font and 3D lettering for a yacht, and printed the door to the bedroom of a boy to match. A space themed bedroom!”
The open house is on Friday, July 28 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. A free pig roast will be available, as well as a display of some of Print Bureau’s products.
Learn more about the business and the open house. here or by emailing email@example.com.
There will also be a raffle for prizes and discounts for visitors, who will be able to meet supplier brands such as Portwest, Kustom Kit and Uneek Clothing, as well as the Print Bureau team.