The Print Shop reopens


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Highland County Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Melissa Elmore and Robyn Coomer, left, of the Classic Real Estate Co. are pictured with representatives of The Print Shop, which recently reopened for business on Northview Drive in Hillsboro.

Highland County Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Melissa Elmore and Robyn Coomer, left, of the Classic Real Estate Co. are pictured with representatives of The Print Shop, which recently reopened for business on Northview Drive in Hillsboro.


After a short, partial closure for renovations, the Hillsboro location of The Print Shop, located at 1115 Northview Drive, has reopened for business.

The Hillsboro location will continue to be open Monday through Friday from 11 a.m. through 3 p.m. and by appointment. It will continue to offer the same services and a few new ones such as same day color and black and white copies, website design, custom software solutions, app development, and inventory management software. With an on-site team, customers will be able to interact face-to-face with developers to get the exact solution they’re looking for.

With the combination of experience in print media and software design, The Print Shop not only has the ability to fulfill software and website needs, but can print and create all of the related physical media as well. The goal of the reopening is to better serve the customers of Highland County with both print media and software solutions.

The Print Shop recently came under new management. Andrew Daniels, the current owner, purchased the company in January of 2016 and has been running the company since. Jim Davis, the previous owner, continues to consult for the company in an advisory role ensuring the transition of ownership continues to remain as seamless as possible.

“Ensuring that customers continue to be well taken care of remains a top priority, both with existing services and new ones we add,” said Daniels.

Daniels is a graduate of Westfall High School near Circleville and hold a master’s degree in financial economics from Miami University. He manages both the Washington Court House and Hillsboro locations. Daniels is a longtime resident of Fayette County, has been involved with the community for many years, and looks forward to getting more involved with the Hillsboro community as well.

Submitted by Lauren Hamilton, The Highland County Chamber of Commerce.

Highland County Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Melissa Elmore and Robyn Coomer, left, of the Classic Real Estate Co. are pictured with representatives of The Print Shop, which recently reopened for business on Northview Drive in Hillsboro.
http://www.timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2017/07/web1_Print-Shop-pic.jpgHighland County Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Melissa Elmore and Robyn Coomer, left, of the Classic Real Estate Co. are pictured with representatives of The Print Shop, which recently reopened for business on Northview Drive in Hillsboro.

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