Allegra Shop Expands Services Into Advanced Signage and Large Graphics
EVANSTON, Ill. - February 19, 2018 - Evanston-based marketing services provider Allegra Marketing Print Signs has recently added new technologies - a Mimaki JFX200-2513 flatbed UV printer and a Mimaki UJV55-320 roll-to-roll printer - to build its roster of business printing services. From life-sized cutouts and murals to application on virtually any surface, the company’s investment in two wide-format printers opens new opportunities for local business marketers.
“Interior designers, retailers, restaurants, hospitals and anyone who has a need for oversized graphics are virtually unlimited by materials,” said Allegra co-owner Kyle Kurz. “Acrylic, glass, metal, wood, decorative panels, and backlit displays for indoor or outdoor use are all within easy reach.”
Kurz and his business partner, Frank Muns, have been active members of the area business community for more than 50 years. “Marketing a small- to mid-sized business or nonprofit has become so much more sophisticated,” said Kurz. “We understand the challenges; we’re a small business, too. Having consistent branding from small business cards to large banners is so important to build awareness and differentiate from competitors.
Kurz also added, "A nice bonus is having one, local resource who can handle it all, tip to tail, and provide the one-to-one, personal consultation that many of today’s online print providers do not.”
Located at 1255 Hartrey Ave., Allegra is a full-service marketing communications provider offering marketing consultation, copywriting and graphic design services, traditional and advanced printing technologies, complete finishing services, mailing services, variable data capabilities, promotional products and print management solutions.
Allegra is locally owned and operated and is a member of Alliance Franchise Brands network, a world leader in marketing, graphics and visual communications, linking more than 600 locations in the U.S., Canada and United Kingdom.
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