In a world full of clichés, many speak to the importance of doing what you love. But, it’s increasingly rare to find a genuine example of someone loving what they do and pouring their whole heart into doing it. When I met with Tom Lancaster of Litho Press, it was quickly and abundantly clear that Tom hits the ground running

Iconic printer Benjamin Franklin once said, “Without continual growth and progress, such words as improvement, achievement, and success have no meaning.” Continual business growth is something that’s always expected but never really explained. How do you grow? When is the right time to take those bold next steps? These are questions that More Than Ink Printing in Jacksonville, Florida, has

Big Red Printing has been providing quality printing services for businesses and organizations since January 1985. Run by president and owner Gene Walter, along with his partners Caleb Priebe and Joanna Sena, Big Red Printing is making an impact in Norfolk and Columbus, Nebraska. Gene says Big Red Printing’s start in the printing business happened in a way that most

BCP Digital Printing, located in the bustling metropolis of Baltimore, Maryland, is possibly the only full-time, Black-owned book printing company in the United States. Print entrepreneurs get their start in the printing industry in various ways. Some are born into it, watching their family start the business from scratch in the garage and carrying on the family legacy. Others are

Located in the “Valley of the Sun,” Cereus Graphics has called Phoenix, Arizona, home since 1973. If you do the math, you’ll quickly recognize that this one-of-a-kind printing firm is celebrating 50 years in the business this year! Five decades of service is quite a legacy, and it’s been made possible primarily because of the Cereus Graphics team, a group

Located in South Central Illinois, the city of Effingham lies at the intersection of two major interstates and is considered the “Crossroads of Opportunity.” Dan and Madonna Patton of Patton Printing & Graphics couldn’t agree more. Introducing Patton Printing & Graphics In 1982, the Pattons were looking for a building for Madonna’s tailoring business, The Little Thimble. “We ended up

Pioneer [payh-uh-neer] n., One who goes before to prepare or open the way for others to follow. Have you ever stopped to think how much courage it takes to be the first at something? Sure, it’s easy to spout off words like “pioneer” and “trailblazer,” but consider how challenging it is to go your own way and go there first.

Print owners are a one-of-a-kind, stellar group of people. Speak with any number of them, and you’ll quickly find incredible, talented, and hardworking people who simply want to serve others well and make a living in the process. It is a true joy and pleasure to work within the printing industry and meet these incredible men and women stretching themselves

Cleveland, Ohio, is a city known for innovation. From the first indoor shopping mall in 1890 to the first automobile sale in the United States in 1898 to the first blood transfusion in 1905, Cleveland has made its mark as a city of firsts and welcomed others to do the same. Nearly a century later, Gary and Patricia Chmielewski, along

While some people might dream of one day trying their hand at owning a business, others seem to simply fall into it because of their natural giftings. Jeramiah Townsend of Basin Printing is one of those born-to-be entrepreneurs. With a heart for innovation, a passion for helping others succeed, and business organization skills that could rival the famous Marie Kondo,

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