Author Archives: Dave Lewis

Owner of the Business Center on Main Some quick facts about me: Spokesman for the American League of Professional Tax Preparers Guest multiple times on WLW's Bill Cunningham show Featured on WCPO & WLWT Tax expert on WRRM, WGRR, WFTK, WNNF, and WOFX's "Ask The Expert" Eagle Scout

Rolled Canvas

We are one of the few printers in Cincinnati that can provide rolled canvas. Any picture or image can be directly printed onto canvas to give it a unique look & feel.

Happy Valentines day

Yes, we print raffle tickets

Need raffle tickets for your event? We have you covered. We just printed some the The Cincinnati Cafe Racer Motorcycle Club will be using for their charity rally in June.

Sidewalk Signs on Sale

This durable 100% plastic sign stand will not rust splinter or ever need painting. Molded-in handle provides easy portability. Stand can be internally ballasted with sand. Your graphics will be printed on two thick coroplast panels and attached both sides to the A-Frame stand. Panels comes off for easy graphics change. Digitally printed coroplast panels […]

We added a call center to increase productivity

We decided to use the services of Live Reps Call Center to handle our inbound call overflow.

Need Matchbooks?

We can offer great prices on matchbooks for your bar, restaurant, wedding or next event.

Our thoughts and prayers are with the families and community of Newtown

I was dropping my son off at his elementary school at the time of this tragedy. Our thoughts and prayers are with the community of Newtown.

Diamond Palace

Another killer install. We removed all the graphics from the old Lunar and installed all the exterior graphics for the new Diamond Palace Nightclub.

Happy Thanksgiving

I hope everyone had a good Thanksgiving! We are for the most part recovered from our turkey comas and look forward to getting back to work. There is a lot of printing in Cincinnati that needs to be done!

History of Postcards Around the World

The world’s first documented postcard is from 1840, sent to a writer by the name of Theodore Hooke in London. It bore the newly debuted black penny stamp and is the cause of some chagrin. It is likely to have been sent by Theodore himself to himself as a joke on the postal service as […]