We are third-generation family owned and operated Commercial Printing business. We also specialize in the transition and purchase of small to mid-sized commercial printing businesses. To date, we have a 100% success rate that we attribute to developing trusted working relationships with the current business owner(s) to ensure their business, staff, and clients are taken care of and, in turn, creating a seamless and successful transition and a brilliant start to your first taste of retirement.
Our story started in the early 1960's when our founding father (and grandfather), Edward, laid the ground work for our family business. He was born an entrepreneur and inventor and had a keen ability to identify the needs of people and businesses and provide a fitting solution. Couple that with his ability to make friends wherever he went and a heck of a lot of grit and he had himself a little business.
In 1973, following his graduation from Rider University, with a degree in Business, and service as a Naval flight office, Edward’s son, Skip, joined the company and worked with his father to expand it into a nationwide commercial printing business - bringing a majority of the production needs in-house.
In 2005, after graduating from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, with a degree in Accounting, earning a CPA designation, and working in Philadelphia at a public accounting firm, Brian joined the family business. Brian brought a fresh perspective and an unwavering dedication to client service and quality, while also bringing the family business into the digital printing revolution.
Since Brian's start and proven success in the industry - he has also noticed how fortunate his grandfather and father have been in the transition of the business from one generation to the next. He's also acutely aware that this isn't always the case. Through his deep relationships in the industry, he has become a trusted option to business owners seeking to transition out of their business but also wanting their legacy - years of blood, sweat and tears - to live on.