6210 Langdon Court • St. Louis, MO 63134
(314) 427-0106 • printmedia@sbcglobal.net
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Print Media is a family owned and operated commercial printer in St. Louis, Missouri. In business for more than twenty years. In addition to letterheads, envelopes, business cards, tags and custom forms we can also supply full color printing in small or large quantity. We specialize in printing books and booklets in quantities from 25 to as many as 10,000. You'll find us extremely competitive on ticket printing. We print raffle tickets and admission tickets including copyproof admission tickets. There are hundreds of printers, just in St. Louis but we're REALLY different.

Print Media has been providing affordable printing and graphic solutions for over twenty years

1.) Does your existing printer offer a written guarantee?

Don’t assume he does. Most printers do not offer a written guarantee! You can see our written guarantee on the
 “About Print Media” tab.  Many other printers simply say “they guarantee their work”.

2.) Does your printer’s pricing change as often as the weather?
Do you
wonder why, that often times the pricing is higher or lower than it was on the previous order, even though there have been no copy changes? Our pricing is consistent, we use a high end Print Management System that assures consistency.



3.) Does your printer offer a “Lending Library”?

We currently offer many marketing books to our regular clients. Like the local library, clients are able to borrow these books for up to 2 weeks. These materials help our clients develop powerful marketing programs.

4.) Does your printer offer Consumer Awareness Guides to assist print buyers?

Originally published a few years ago, these guides are now being updated because of recent technology changes. They are available throughout our website. These are just a few of the titles:

“6 Mistakes To Avoid When Choosing A Printer”

• “3 Easy Ways To Save Money On Printing”

• “5 Costly Misconceptions About Printing”

• “The 3 Basic Ways Printers Get Your Materials

Printed”

• “How To Avoid 7 Printing Rip-Offs”

• “How To Get A 2-Color Letterhead Effect For

Almost The Price Of 1-Color Letterhead”

• “How To Tell Good Printing From Bad”

• “11 Reasons It’s Frustrating To Deal With Printers”

5.) Does your printer use (or abuse) Voice Mail? Unfortunately, in today’s business world folks think voice mail is wonderful. The sad truth is, many employees abuse it by failing to promptly return calls. When you call Print Media you get a “real” person, NOT voice mail!

6.) Does your printer pick up & deliver for free? It used to be all printers provided this for free, many however have either started charging for deliveries or hiding the charges in their ever increasing price. At Print Media it’s always free!

7.) Does your printer’s pricing change as often as the weather?

Do you wonder why, that often times the pricing is higher or lower than it was on the previous order, even though there have been no copy changes? Our pricing is consistent, we use a high end Print Management System that assures consistency.

8.) Does your printer offer suggestion? Print Media will occasionally offer suggestions on reducing the price or improving the look of a printed piece.

9.) Does your printer support the IBM PC? Many printers offer little if any support for PC programs like Microsoft Office©. Print Media supports Microsoft Excel©, Publisher© and PowerPoint©, just to name a few.

10.) Does your printer treat you like a king? We at Print Media understand the future value of a loyal customer, regardless of whether his orders are large or small.

How We’re
REALLY Different:

3 Easy Ways To Save Money On Printing

Savings #1:Order a one year supply instead of a couple of months. An example of this would be if you ordered 1,000 letterheads, blue ink, on a good 24 lb, 25% rag. The cost might be about $85.00. If you ordered
2,000 sheets it would be about $66.75 per thousand. You doubled
the quantity and saved over 21%. 5,000 would be about $53.75 per
thousand. Understand that printing has two components in pricing.
The first component is set-up costs — which are charged on every
job, and the second component is run time. It’s best to run as many
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- Even Ink?

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How to tell good printing from bad
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