Being a printing and communications company located in the rapidly evolving place that is Downtown Dayton is exciting, to say the least! I feel like Dayton is truly turning a…
Dayton is where we all call home and we feel a strong loyalty to it. We know where it’s been, and we care about where it’s headed. Oregon is a proud supporter of so many things that make Dayton thrive.
In one way or another, through donations, in-kind support, and volunteer work, we support the Arts, Culture, Non-Profits and general vibrancy of Dayton. We support The Dayton Art Institute, Dayton History, The Contemporary (formally DVAC), PechaKucha Dayton (PK Night), TEDx Dayton, AAF Dayton, Advocates for Basic Legal Equality, The YWCA Dayton, WYSO Public Radio, The Beavercreek Wetlands Association, Clothes that Work, Culture Works, The Miami Valley Hospital Foundation, The Ronald McDonald House, Camp Joy, Equitas Health, The Miami Valley School, The Omega Community Foundation, The American Veterans Heritage Center, and so much more.
By helping local nonprofits as well as Arts & Education organizations tell their story, we feel like it helps the tide to rise in Dayton. And when the tide rises, all the boats rise. Our goal is to help Dayton continue to thrive.
Oregon also cares about the world we share. We’re an outdoorsy bunch, so to us, protecting the planet just makes sense. We do that the way we always have by being as efficient and effective as possible. We’ve never had the luxury of extra materials to waste, so sustainability isn’t just a fad—it’s the way we operate.
Plus, we’ve eliminated hazardous materials from our pressroom and switched to vegetable-based inks and water-safe solvents. WE use FSC Certified paper whenever possible and we recycle all our scrap. And we’re always looking for ways to further cut waste.
[The story below is a follow-up to a post we wrote three years ago about local artist Ali FitzHarris. We were thrilled to get a chance to catch up with…
A Mindset to Win In business, mindset is everything. I didn’t always believe that, but the longer I survive as a business owner, the more I recognize how true it…