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Legacy Prints holds open house in Polo Aug. 5
POLO, Ill. — The grand opening of Legacy Prints in Polo, Ill., will feature free colorful T-shirts for everyone who RSVPs to firstname.lastname@example.org and attends the event.
“The idea is to introduce people to our unique, cost-effective, non-traditional way to turn out terrific-looking T-shirts,” said owner Marty Cox.
Those who attend the open house at 607 S. Division Ave. in Polo from 3 to 6 p.m., Tuesday, Aug. 5, will also be eligible for free business cards in drawings that will take place every half hour.
“Again, it’s an effort to let people know how fast and well we can design and print their business cards for less,” Marty Cox said.
Marty and Christie Cox of Legacy Prints have been in business since 2000, when they started working out of their Polo home. They have expanded the family operation by moving to a new 5,000-square-foot location.
“But we wanted to stay in Polo since we’re already surrounded by people who helped us grow our printing business,” Marty Cox said.
Wife and business partner Christie added, “Our new location allows us to become a one-stop shop for the ever-expanding printing needs of businesses throughout our area and beyond.”
Those who attend the open house will get to see a lot of that expansion. The ribbon-cutting is at 5:15 p.m. The open house will also give attendees the opportunity to win one of the many prizes that showcase the items provided at Legacy.
“Business printing needs go beyond forms, letterheads and marketing publications in today’s business world,” Marty Cox noted. “We can meet those needs with our expanding line of trade show and business displays, marketing material, and so much more.”
The new line of products also include certified Cornhole games, customized canvas wrap photos, and website design.
“We’re very excited about what we have to offer and can’t wait to show people we can do the work quickly, efficiently and many times, for less!” Marty Cox said.
Lower overhead, new equipment, and employees trained in getting the job done right the first time help contribute to the idea of producing quality work for a lower price than the competition.
Finger foods and beverages will be served at the open house.
To find out more about Legacy Prints, visit www.legacy-prints.com.
Posted July 29, 2014