Allegra Marketing Print Mail and Image360 in Windsor Under New Ownership
WINDSOR, Ontario — November 12, 2018 — When the right time and right opportunity converge, something special is sure to follow. Such were the circumstances for Pat and Teresa O’Halloran who recently became the new owners of Allegra Marketing Print Mail and Image360 on Huron Church Road in Windsor.
The sister companies provide full-service branding solutions for area companies, from business cards and brochures, to large-scale sign installations and oversized graphics.
Pat is no stranger to the graphics communications industry, joining the Allegra Windsor-West team more than 20 years ago. He has developed and implemented marketing plans for a wide range of industries including health care, financial, nonprofit and retail.
Pat was instrumental in the launch of Allegra’s sister brand, Image360, in 2015.Teresa brings an extensive background in customer service and joins Pat in the management of their two companies.
“This is a wonderful opportunity to combine our expertise and continue to help local businesses grow,” says Pat. “Our dedication to customer service and exceeding expectations remains the same. Our team has always been focused on helping area business owners and marketers achieve their organizational goals.”
Allegra features advanced printing technologies including full-colour printing, complete finishing services, mailing services, variable data capabilities, promotional products, graphic design, marketing consultation and web services.
Image360 provides professional graphic solutions to maximize the creativity and visual impact of indoor and outdoor signage, environmental and vehicle graphics, wayfinding solutions and promotional displays.
Located at 1800 Huron Church Road, Allegra Marketing Print Mail and Image360 are members of the Alliance Franchise Brands network.
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