Farmingdale, NY (11/29/2011) – Connie and Darryal Chandler, owners of the Humble TX
Minuteman Press digital print franchise, welcomed dozens of local business owners to celebrate the completion of improvements and additions to their state-of-the-art printing center.
They celebrated the additions with a special ribbon cutting ceremony with the Lake Houston Area Chamber of Commerce, as well as the Community Chamber of Commerce of East Montgomery County on November 8th before opening the shop for the crowd of over 100 to check out.
Connie and Darryal started to assess their machines and what they needed to do to upgrade their services a little over a year ago. They first started the improvements to the building by tearing down some of the walls and re-painting allowing for more space for their equipment and for employees to work. They have also added several new machines that allows for them to make wide form banners and posters as well as laminate anything to meet customers’ requests.
“It truly has been a long time coming. We updated everything we could in the building and made improvements like paint the main room. It was time. There is so much happening with the field of digital printing, we wanted to make sure we were right there with all of the upgrades,” Connie Chandler, co-owner of Minuteman Press of Humble, said.
The home offices of Minuteman Press, along with Regional Vice President Pete Scaglione,
congratulate the Chandlers on the renovations they accomplished with their store. Their dedication to their print center shows how passionate they are as small business owners. We wish them all the best in the future undertakings.