NEW BRITAIN, CT—The body of an employee with more than 30 years of service to his printing company was discovered Monday in the rear parking lot of the property that includes his employer, a newspaper and other businesses, the New Britain Herald reported.
Police are investigating the death of a man whose body was discovered in his car Monday morning in the parking lot of 1 Court Street, in the rear of the building that houses the The New Britain Herald, Sir Speedy Printing Center and other businesses in New Britain, CT.
The man was identified by fellow employees as Kenneth Pacyna, who worked at Sir Speedy Printing Center. Pacyna was found in his car around 7:30 a.m. Monday by an employee of The Herald.
BRANFORD, CT—The management of Sir Speedy Printing of Branford, CT, a 20-year-old company specializing in full-color printing, signage and marketing services, announced that they will shed the Sir Speedy brand effective this month.
Sir Speedy Printing of Branford, CT, has changed its name to Mosaic Printing, Signage and Marketing Services. "We realize that many franchise owners may think twice before striking out on their own in this uncertain economy, but for us, there has never been a better time," said Managing Director Al Canosa.
Commercial printer company and personnel news from Printing Impressions’ May 2013 edition, featuring 4over Inc., Bolger Vision Beyond Print, FLM Graphics, Mossberg & Co., Team Services, Quantam Group and Sir Speedy, PIP and MultiCopy.
Sir Speedy, PIP Printing and Marketing Services and TeamLogic IT, have received 2013 Franchisee Satisfaction Awards from Franchise Business Review (FBR). “Our company is focused on serving the needs of our franchisees; educating and training them in key areas, and providing operational tools that give them the greatest opportunity for success in their business,” said Don Lowe, CEO of Franchise Services.
Commercial printer equipment installations and other news from Printing Impressions’ September 2012 edition, featuring FolgerGraphics and Philipp Lithographing.
WESTBURY, NY—Sir Speedy of Westbury, Hauppauge & Melville has announced its acquisition of a Syosset-based Sir Speedy franchise. The acquisition is Sir Speedy of Westbury, Hauppauge & Melville’s fourth in six years and is part of the company’s continuing growth strategy through expansion.
CBS’ “Undercover Boss” television show recently featured FASTSIGNS International President and CEO Catherine Monson, who spent nearly 30 years with franchise printer PIP Printing/Sir Speedy. “The whole process was exhausting and grueling. But it was a load of fun and a great way to get a completely different view into the company and how to make it better,” Monson said.
Commercial printer equipment installations and other news from Printing Impressions’ July 2012 edition, featuring DiscPro Graphics and Marrs Printing & Packaging.