It is always so easy to work w/Advertisers. They respond quickly and I am usually in a rush with these orders. Their service from placing the order to delivery is awesome. I appreciate it. And I always get what I ordered. That alone is a huge relief.
Advertisers always has great service from the initial quote to job completion. The quality is always excellent.
The service is unbelievable. I had issues putting together my pages and the day and night crews helped get that done and had great recommendations that ultimately made my portfolio much better. Thank you very much! Everyone there is very professional, talented, skilled and helpful which gives me great confidence when trusting my projects to Advertisers. Thanks again!
We especially like to use Advertisers for any challenging projects that require expert partners. Your service is always exceptional!
Advertisers Printing has been our go-to printer for years. The final product is always great and the service is second to none.
My samples arrived today for the Community Music School catalog and I just wanted express my thanks to you and Advertisers Printing for all your efforts and contribution to provide such a high-quality piece for our pro bono client.
I know the school is thrilled with the result and proud to have such a high-caliber piece to represent their organization. I too want to commend you and your colleagues on your flexibility to move our project through the process so efficiently and economically, while maintaining quality. We couldn't have hoped for a better outcome.
We want to thank you for the wonderful job you and your staff did on the recent Life Sciences brochure for the Danforth Foundation. You delivered prompt and attentive customer service, a competitive price, and excellent quality—all under a deadline that redefined "tight deadline." There are few, if any, other printers in St Louis that could have supported us in this effort, while still making the deadline and producing an excellent, high-quality piece.
Thank you for everything.
I'm sure you've heard of us by now—we're the ones who keep your staff after hours as they patiently walk us through nightmare projects and we're the ones you see sitting on your couch a lot looking at paper samples and pantone color charts. But we're also the ones who arc damn grateful for the caliber of work we receive from Advertisers Printing.
We can't begin to tell you how impressed we are with the team that works on our projects. John Heaney and Joe Minoth have done an outstanding job of managing our projects. John. Joe and Kathy have been unflappable in the face of every project we have brought in—regardless of how complicated the project or unreasonable the deadline.
It's obvious you set a high standard for customer service and hire the right people to accomplish that. We are very satisfied customers and look forward to a long-term relationship with your company. (John and Joe will probably run screaming through the press room if they read that line!)
I spent a lot of time hanging around your company around the middle of March, gazing at all the notes of appreciation on the wall while I waited to review the next round of press proofs for our annual report. I am thrilled to join the rest of your clients in singing your praises this year: You and the entire team at Advertisers did an absolutely outstanding job for RGA on our annual report. Every detail -from the crispness and consistency of the colors, to the deft Photoshop work on our image files, to the speed and efficiency of making edits to tho pages - I could go on and on. The entire process was seamless and helped ease my frazzled nerves tremendously (though I suppose I still am a Type A like you).
And did I mention customer service?
Bill, you deserve a gold star - or possibly a nice halo - for being the best scan-do' guy on the planet. What a great feeling for me to know that you took this project as seriously as I did! You were always upbeat, always sons, always in motion. giving me a little push here and there, always with a super sense of humor and more knowledge of the process than any one human should be able to claim.
Words cannot express our deep appreciation to you for helping make the dream of a new "first class" brochure for the Ronald McDonald House a reality. We are extremely grateful to you for the time and effort you put forth to help us produce this at a low cost.
I've had the opportunity to share the brochure with several Board Members, volunteers and friends who have been associated with the House through the years and each person's response has been very similar... "the nicest piece of collateral material we have ever had."
Thank you so much for being a friend to the Ronald McDonald House and the families we serve.
Looks great' we are a go on this. Thanks for all your hard work on getting this job done including other ones in the past. We gave ADVP a shout out on twitter, mentioning you guys and how great you are, and that we would recommend you to anyone. We appreciate all David and you do for us here at the army.
From the beginning of the 200-page history hook project for Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology, l knew that I wanted Advertiser's to print it and you to oversee it. No one anywhere could have done a better job.
Your involvement from the very first meeting prevented costly mistakes; your attention to project details kept production on track and on time, and your oversight brought in the printing and binding under budget.
Most importantly, the quality of the finished product is top drawer, reflecting well on everyone involved. All of us, including the client, arc extremely happy. Thanks so much for your hard work and help.
It is now clear to me that your recent remodeling project was merely an attempt to deal with the growing award problem. A business like Advertisers Printing Company can only build so many square feet of wall space to display so many awards. Of course, leasing a large storage facility is one option. Still, the cost of transporting such a large quantity of awards, and insuring them all, would be prohibitive.
So, it is time to bite the bullet and make changes before you drown in awards. Here are some ideas that might help:
No.l. Compromise Quality. I've worked with your company enough to know where the problem lies. Examples that come to mind are: one-hundred-thousand impression press runs held in register throughout...listening to the client while a job is on press...spending an extra hour to get a job just right on press after investing hours of time in pre-press. This kind of behavior only results in high quality printing, and puts you at severe risk of winning more awards.
No. 2. Compromise Service. Here, I think the "can-do" attitude at Advertisers is the culprit. No request ever seems too much to ask. The fact that you provide the same level of service and attention to detail, whether printing a postcard or a full-color extravaganza, only aggravates the problem. This kind of service gets people talking, and then their friends send you more print jobs, and...it is a vicious circle. More jobs only lead to more awards.
Yes, it is time to stop the madness, before you are forced to close your doors as a print shop and reopen as a printing hall of fame museum. And if this happens, I heard the boss plans to have you stuffed and mounted.