Ginny's Printing

TouchPoint Print Solutions Purchases Ginny’s Printing
January 1, 2012

TouchPoint Print Solutions has acquired Ginny's Printing, headquartered in Austin, TX. Ginny's is the seventh acquisition of TouchPoint Print Solutions. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.Founded in 1971, Ginny's Printing is a full-service printing, mailing, fulfillment and technology company.

Ginny's Printing Acquired By TouchPoint
December 2, 2011

OAK BROOK, IL—TouchPoint Print Solutions has acquired Ginny’s Printing, headquartered in Austin, TX. Ginny’s is a provider of printing and document management services in the Southwest and is the seventh acquisition of TouchPoint Print Solutions. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

Small/Quick vs. Franchise Printers — War of the Worlds
August 1, 2008

CONSIDER FOR a moment the impact that the Internet revolution—and prior to that, the desktop publishing movement—has had on copy shops, small commercial and quick printers. In the last 15 years alone, ink-jet and laser printers have become staples of the home office, turning making copies into do-it-yourself projects. On the Web side, Internet specialists such as VistaPrint and PrintingForLess have harvested bread-and-butter elements of commercial printing—business cards, letterhead, brochures, folders and signage—with point-and-click ease. And in this corner, wearing the blue and white trunks, from the fighting city of your home town, are the battle-tested small commercial and quick printers. They are

Ginny’s Printing Acquires The Lithoprint Co.
June 4, 2007

AUSTIN, TX—Ginny’s Printing and The Lithoprint Co., both based here, announced they have merged, the Austin Business Journal reported. The companies will retain their respective names and continue to operate at their existing facilities.Ginny’s President Michael Martin told the paper he didn’t anticipate any major changes to Lithoprint’s operations, and that there wouldn’t be any…

Ginny’s Donates Money Toward Children’s Charity
April 30, 2007

AUSTIN, TX—Ginny’s Printing has stepped up to the plate for a worthy cause, donating $100,000 in money and services for the Center for Child Protection, according to the Austin Business Journal. Cash donations of $2,000 a month will be made over a 36-month period, with another $28,000 worth of in-kind services to be provided. The printer will also commit at least 40 employee volunteer hours per month over the three-year term, the paper reported. The Center for Child Protection is a children’s advocacy center that provides care for youngsters who are suspected victims of physical and sexual abuse, and for those who have witnessed a violent

Acquisitions Resume, Cautiously
August 1, 2000

ROSELLE, NJ—While it's nothing like the mad rush of M&A activity the industry saw two years ago, there has been a cautious spate of mergers and acquisitions in the graphic arts sector in recent weeks. Perhaps the most unusual announcement came from Bellevue, WA, where business-to-business Internet company acquired Howard Press, a $30 million privately-held printing company based here, for $1.4 million in restricted stock and $12.6 million in cash, plus $5 million in debt refinancing. This is the fifth acquisition by ImageX in the last 15 months, and a rare example of a "dotcom" company buying a "bricks-and-mortar" operation. Howard Press becomes a wholly