Print It Plus is celebrating its 25th anniversary in business by hosting the October networking mixer of the Central Palm Beach County Chamber of Commerce.
The mixer will take place at the Print It Plus offices at 11420 Okeechobee Blvd. in Royal Palm Beach on Tuesday, Oct. 8, between 5:30 and 7:30 p.m. Print It Plus is a 25-year member and trustee of the chamber.
“As area residents, as well as local small business owners, Kim and I are extremely proud to be celebrating this milestone of 25 years,” said David Leland, president of Print It Plus. “We’re proud to say we’ve grown and evolved as technology has changed, and we look forward to serving the community for another 25 years.”
David and Kimberly Leland opened Print It Plus as a two-person operation in 1988. Today, it employs a dozen experts in the printing and graphics industry.
“We give tours of our operation, and people are always amazed to see what goes into creating a great printed product,” Vice President Kimberly Leland said. “It takes a combination of excellent customer service, designers, as well as state-of-the-art equipment.”
During the festivities, Print It Plus will be unveiling its new brand, which will include a new logo, and a whole series of upgraded equipment. These upgrades allow the company to build upon its strong reputation for offering printing and marketing services to local businesses in Royal Palm Beach, West Palm Beach, Wellington and the Palm Beach County area.
Improvements also include a new, more user-friendly web site to be launched soon, and new environmentally friendly plate makers and UV coating system. Print It Plus also has recently upgraded its digital department with equipment that allows the company to print full color letterhead and envelopes in small quantities.
The event costs $10 for chamber members in advance and $15 at the door. The cost for future members is $20.
Print It Plus specializes in turning printing and marketing ideas into profitable solutions. Owned and operated by the Lelands, Print It Plus has won numerous state and national awards for its graphic design and quality print work.
ABOVE: David and Kimberly Leland