A Minuteman Press franchisee in Pennsylvania has acquired an independent printing business and moved location.
Jarrett Giegel and his family have been running their Minuteman Press franchise unit since 2004, but they’ve now grown their operations by taking on Greentree Printing and Sign in the Green Tree suburb of Pittsburgh. Having moved to the area from South Hills in Dormont, the family renovated the premises to reflect the franchise’s branding.
The original independent location has been serving customers in the local area since 1982, but now Jarrett and his family are ready to renew its offering with an exclusive promotional deal. Anyone who buys 500 envelopes will get another 500 printed free of charge.
Like most business owners, Jarrett has experienced his fair share of changes and challenges this year. He explained:
“We have been doing a great deal of mailing services over the spring, summer and fall to support local business during the COVID-19 pandemic, so Every Door Direct Mail (EDDM) is a service in high demand. Of course, there is still a need for printed items like brochures, catalogues and stationery, but also promotional products are growing in demand.”
The family are proud to be able to provide a wide range of different services through their printing franchise business and discuss projects with clients to achieve the desired result.
“Different types of customers require different types of attention and we can address it all during personal consultations through phone, email or safely, in person. The great thing about our franchise is that we often do one thing for a customer and they find success with it and come back for more. Then, we get to tell them we can do many additional things to support their goals.”
“I see reason to be very hopeful about the future as everyone wants to get back to normal life and a good economy."
Alice Tuffery, Point Franchise ©