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Did you know that flyers were among the earliest printed pieces ever produced? Called broadsides, these single-sided sheets were used primarily for advertising and political purposes.

Flyers remain as popular as ever in today’s business world. They’re easy to produce, easy to distribute, and, most importantly, easy to scan and read.

We print sales flyers in a variety of sizes and stocks of paper, from black and white to full color. So the next time you need help producing a flyer, give us a call.


Full Color Flyers or Sell Sheets
Only 17¢ each
Limited time only - restrictions apply
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We are excited to announce our newest member of the family – a Hewlett Packard 64" wide format latex printer. As we celebrate our 125th anniversary, we are reminded that the printing industry has seen many changes during that time. Through the years we have adopted new technology ranging from letterpress, offset, digital printing and now wide format.
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Design with your printer in mind.
When you design your file, make the file the actual size. In other words don't supply a business card in the middle of a letter sized file. Also, supply your file as a 1-up file and not multiple up on a page. We have software that will populate the print page accurately and cost effectively for you.
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Understand what bleed is. 
Your file may be a full letter size print. You want no white border around the edge so you design a page that is 8.5 x 11" in size. When it comes to trimming this down to size we have no room for error and you will probably end up with a slight white margin. This is because even the best printer may move a fraction during printing. The best way to avoid this is to add bleed to your document. Basically this means create your document 1/8 inch larger around each edge. This does no mean magnify your document by a couple of percent, it means add extra area that will be trimmed off. Leave text or images that you want in the finished document within your trim size.
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Use high resolution images.
Images that may look great on your monitor may not translate to sharp images when printing. Your computer screen has a resolution of 72 dpi where the typical laser printer prints at 600dpi. When that image is enlarged it will look blocky and unappealing. Graphics for a website are not good for printing. For best results in printing, use images that are 300 dpi at their finished size.
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Every product you sell needs a brochure. It's one of those Business 101 things. We know what papers to suggest to create a quality and professional looking brochure. Our design team can also listen to your concepts and ideas, and help you create an attention-grabbing promotion piece.
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We are celebrating 125 years of quality service to our customers. Thank you all for your support and patronage throughout the years. We look forward to serving your printing needs in the future.
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