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Small and large quanities # 10 color envelopes as low as 179.00 for 1,000. Call for details.
Customized Shirts, Jackets, Hats and Bags for your company and much more.
Signs, Banners, Posters, Large letters
We handle a wide variety of mailing services from design and print to addressing and mail processing.
Copying & Printing - We have the Offset and digital facilities to produce your business cards, flyers, brochures, catalogs, newsletters, booklets, labels, carbonless forms, printer-safe & true-color letterhead & envelopes etc.
Marketing - Banners, posters, trade show displays, brochures, postcards, rack cards etc.
Mailing - Address lists, postal presorts, address verification, EDDM, occupant & targeted direct-mail programs using priority, first or standard mail classes etc.
Personalized Garments - Business attire, corporate casual apparel, sports apparel, sweatshirts, t-shirts, hats etc.
Promotional Products - Advertising specialties, collateral materials, company logo items, corporate event specialty items, corporate identity packages, plaques, pens, mugs, padfolios, notebooks, bags, clocks, magnets, banks, calendars etc.
Chess players at all levels of skill are invited to take part in an upcoming tournament.
The City of Wilmington recently honored a community leader by naming a street in his honor.
Mike Purzycki, Wilmington's mayor, joined with members of the community recently to launch a new co-working, service delivery space to be run by Wilmington teens. The space is a REACH Riverside project.
In order to make it easier for people to do their holiday shopping, and to help support local businesses, Mike Purzycki, Wilmingtons mayor, and Patrick Carter, the director of the Department of Finance, want to remind everyone that parking is free in downtown Wilmington at the moment.
LaDaye Johnson and Jaron, his brother, were passing out free turkeys to needy families recently when Wilmington police told them to stop, since they didn't have a permit. However, a local pastor offered to let the brothers use his parking lot for the giveaway, and the story had a happy ending.
The City of Wilmington is sponsoring a job fair soon, and Mayor Mike Purzycki invites any resident interested in seeking employment to dress to impress a potential employer, and attend the event.
Last year, Wilmington proclaimed September as Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) Month in the city, and is celebrating the occasion again now.
Wilmington is making fans available to residents of the city free of charge, providing they meet a few guidelines. Mike Purzycki, the mayor of Wilmington, and Jennifer Prado, the city's constituent services director, made the announcement recently, as temperatures continued to soar above even Wilmington's normally humid, hot summers.