AlphaGraphics Kansas Metropolis Acquires Precedence Printing and Advertising | Information


KANSAS CITY, Mon., June 5, 2021 / PRNewswire-PRWeb / – AlphaGraphics Kansas City, a print marketing company, today announces the acquisition of Priority Printing and Marketing, a Kansas City-based company.

Linda Winter and her team at Priority Printing and Marketing served the community for over 25 years, providing high quality printing, advertising and creative services until Linda’s death in early 2021. Winter was known by her team and clients as a dedicated and creative businesswoman. AlphaGraphics Kansas City strives to continue their legacy.

“I have admired Linda’s passion for printing and her clients for many years,” said Haley hair, President, AlphaGraphics Kansas City. “She was more than a saleswoman, really a friend to so many of her customers. It takes a very special person to have the loyalty and respect that Linda’s customers have for her. We have huge footsteps to fill! But one of them The great thing about this merger is that Linda and I have the same passion for quality and service. “

AlphaGraphics Kansas City is a regional leader in the visual communications industry, providing bespoke printing, signing, shipping and marketing solutions for local businesses. The AlphaGraphics Kansas City team will support new customers with advanced features such as online ordering portals, variable data and additional printing options. AlphaGraphics will also integrate additional functions for apparel and promotional items.

About AlphaGraphics Kansas City

Located in the creative Crossroads Arts District, AlphaGraphics Kansas City is a certified, women-owned company specializing in helping businesses solve marketing problems. The printing company’s production specialties are digital color and large format printing. AlphaGraphics Kansas City also offers integrated marketing services with products such as agMail +, an advanced mailing service.

SOURCE AlphaGraphics Kansas City

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