Victor Printing Celebrates 100 Years and Four Generations of Family Ownership
SHARON, Pa. - January 4, 2019 - Victor Printing, Inc. announced it is celebrating 100 years as one of the area’s most innovative trade printers, serving clients in a 500-mile radius. Since 1919, the family owned commercial printing company has provided customers with high quality products, unsurpassed customer service and a wide variety of in house services.
Victor Printing founder William Victor Richards started in the printing industry in the basement of his parents' home in 1919, after returning from World War I. Today, Richards' grandsons, Bill and Terry Richards, have continued to grow and expand the business.
"When my grandfather founded the company, I don't think he had any inclination that 100 years later there would be four generations of Richards working for the company," said co-owner Terry Richards. "I've personally had the pleasure of working here for over 40 years, and am very proud of the progress we've made."
Victor has made significant changes over the years, expanding their capabilities and services related to technology to meet their customers’ needs. The one thing that has remained constant is their goal of offering the highest quality products and services and achieving complete customer satisfaction.
While Victor Printing remains an expert in what they started out in 100 years ago, they have continued to add equipment and technology to increase product capabilities.
From commercial printing, digital printing with variable data, wide-format machinery has allowed Victor to print impressive colorful graphics for vehicle wraps, wall murals, and window graphics. Utilizing more than just paper, custom products can be created with metal, wood, acrylic, glass and other substrates. Victor has been recognized as a go-to for unique projects. Working with clients to create distinct, unique marketing solutions.
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