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As a new year unfolds, so does the leadership at Oregon Printing. After more than 30 years of growing and nurturing the business, president and CEO Judd Plattenburg has decided to step down as president. Mike Green, who’s been Judd’s right-hand man since the beginning, will now assume the leadership role.

Judd, who has guided Oregon through remarkable growth, is not leaving but merely shifting his focus. “Buying Oregon in 2000 was a milestone,” he said, “But evolving from a quick print shop to a full-service  design, print, and mail house in a digital world really spotlights the trajectory we’ve experienced.” While his passion now leans more toward personal exploration of art and photography, he will continue to cultivate client relations and remain a cornerstone of Oregon’s leadership team in his new capacity as owner and CEO.

Mike Green, a 20-plus-year veteran at Oregon, steps into the role of president, having been the force behind much of Oregon’s day-to-day operations. “It’s about continuity,” Mike emphasized. “Our goal is ensuring that this transition is seamless for our clients. The same dedication to quality and service that we’re known for will not only continue but also grow.”

Mike Green, a 20-year veteran of Oregon, takes over as President with a pretty good vision of where he wants to take the company.

Both Judd and Mike share a profound love and respect for Oregon, its role in the Dayton community, and the commitment to their customers. “This transition is more than just a change in leadership, it’s a reaffirmation of our values, a nod to our past achievements, and a step toward future innovations,” Judd explained.

Going into 2024, Judd plans to ramp up Oregon’s marketing efforts, spotlighting the shop through more informative blogs, dynamic social media, and insightful newsletters. And under Mike’s leadership, with support from an experienced and highly capable team, Oregon is poised for continued success and committed to delivering on innovation and dedication to both clients and the Dayton community.