Eugene, OR – Central Print & Reprographic an Eugene based printing and signage company is delighted to announce that they have just celebrated 46 years of service in the Oregon area. The company which first opened for business in 1972, has seen many developments over the years, including the dramatic changes that the internet has brought, and yet through solid management, excellent customer service and high-quality products have continued to grow and expand.
Rather than fight against technology, Central Print & Reprographics have always embraced it, and utilized it to their advantage, never being afraid to step outside of their comfort zone, and living on the cutting edge. The latest example of this involved accepting digital files for sign printing, meaning that they can service a much wider area, and are not limited by geographical restrictions. In addition, they have also launched and developed their Facebook page, to help them communicate with their customers via social media.
“I am both delighted and proud of what we have achieved with Central Print & Reprographic, and the fact that we are now celebrating 46 years in business, is in my opinion a remarkable achievement,” said Drew Smith of Central Print & Reprographic. “Business always changes and evolves on a daily basis, so to stay competitive over such a long period of time, is a testament to our excellent members of staff. However, far from being complacent, we have many new ideas in the pipeline, and are looking forward to the next fifty years.”
Central Print & Reprographic Services was founded in 1972 by Wes Smith and has been a family owned and operated printing business for over 40 years. Their emphasis is to keep things local and provide the highest quality product to their customers at the lowest possible price.
For more information about the company and their products, visit their website at https://www.centralreprographics.com/
Company Name: Central Print & Reprographic
Contact Person: Drew Smith
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Address:47 W 5th Ave
Country: United States