Yay! So glad you are here!
I love helping out print and sign shops!
How did that happen?
Let me sum up:
In 9th grade, I dutifully climbed on the bus along with my classmates.
We were headed out to tour the area vocational school.
My freshmen self eagerly anticipated another field-trip goof-off type of day :)
Upon arrival, we were divided into smaller groups and led through long unfamiliar halls and down a zillion ramps.
Each hallway seemed to have it's own culture.
Down at the end of the last ramp were the macho shops.
Auto body. Smells like grease. No.
Carpentry. Hard labor. No thanks.
Electrical. Too dangerous.
Up one ramp to the next hallway. More girly here.
Medical assistant. Ew. No.
Dental assistant. Same.
Cosmetology. It's like a room of Barbies. No.
Restaurant trades. Well, at least it smelled good.
Data processing. Boring.
Drafting. Cool pencils. But boring.
Up to this point, the focus for my friends and I had pretty much been goofing off and mocking all the students in the shops.
We had laughed till our sides hurt and had every intention of keeping it up as our rowdy group continued down the hall to the next door.
When I walked in that next room, I literally put my hand out and hushed my posse.
I could smell the ink.
See the stacks of paper.
Light tables glowing around the room.
Packaging for fireworks and candies.
The ABDick running in the back.
Apple Macintosh computers along the back wall.
I didn't know it then, but I had found my tribe.
I informed the instructor, "I will be doing this next year."
And I have been doing it every year since.
Designing for print was my first love, then I learned to love sign design as well.
I particularly love helping shops thrive.
From the initial discussion with a client, to literally printing and handling the bindery.
From vague, urgent emails begging for last minute help, to cutting the vinyl, the substrate and assembling the project.
I've done it and I heart printing and signs.
It's given me hands-on experience in every step of getting jobs done.
I'm in a special position to help you out when workloads get heavy.
To speak to your social audience and actually know what I'm talking about.
To follow up on quotes and know what questions might still need asked.
Because I really know how a job comes together.
I really know what it takes to meet deadlines.
I also know that just because it's .eps doesn't mean it's vector ;)
All of this experience means you get a helping hand to sell more printing and signs.
Get in touch today so we can figure out how I can best help you!
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