Digital printing has been quietly advancing behind the scenes for years, but at some point, the industry, and printers (I’ll share in the blame!) stopped trying to educate designers and…
OREGON PRINTING COMMUNICATIONS
WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO PRINT WITHOUT LIMITS?
Oregon Printing Communications has been answering that question for over 40 years. We began as a small, quick print shop and have grown over time to offer offset and digital printing, creative and editorial consultation, graphic design, marketing expertise and a full range of mailing services. Today, Oregon is the leading print and marketing solutions provider serving Dayton, Ohio and beyond.
At Oregon we have multiple generations working side-by-side, giving us an unmatched mix of experience, know-how, and fresh ideas. We offer our customers a deep understanding of offset and digital printing techniques and design principles and a keen eye for editorial content, as well as advice and best practices for generating marketing results.
We believe in sharing our knowledge and whenever possible, we educate our customers —and inspire them to push the limits on their creative projects.
Whatever your vision is, we’ll help you execute it with passion and precision. Whether you’re creating sales collateral or corporate identity sets, creating a start-to-finish fundraising campaign, or you’re just in need of some out-of-the-box thinking, we’d love to hear from you!
Are you ready to print without limits? Contact us to learn how Oregon can help you.
WONDERING WHAT A COMPANY CALLED OREGON IS DOING IN THE MIDDLE OF OHIO?
Our name honors the historic Oregon District, Dayton’s oldest neighborhood and Oregon Printing Communications’ original home. We worked in the Oregon District for 14 years, in what’s now Blind Bob’s saloon. By 1990, we outgrew the space and moved to a new building off of Third Street, just a few blocks down the road. You can still find us there today.
At first, I was surprised when Mark Maio reached out and asked us to help design and print his calendar for 2020. But as I thought about it, I realized…
[From time to time, Oregon’s President, Judd Plattenburg, provides commentary for the Oregon blog about the state of the business, industry, and community affairs.] So, I’ve wanted to do a…