Bay Area AlphaGraphics Provides Solutions to Local Businesses as They Prepare to Reopen
AlphaGraphics, a leading provider of printing and marketing solutions in San Francisco for more than 30 years, continues to provide essential products and services for companies in the Bay Area as California begins the process of reopening for business after the coronavirus shutdown.
The center, located at 840 Sansome St., is seeing increased demand in recent weeks for new signage communicating COVID-19-related messaging such as social-distancing requirements and health and safety guidelines.
"As the economy restarts, business owners and property managers are recognizing that they have critical new information to share with employees, customers and the general public," said Manuel Torres, the owner of AlphaGraphics. "The circumstances are continually changing, but we have a team here that can work with clients to identify the solutions that will work best for them. We're ready to consult with them and share our expertise to provide the exact products they need."
Torres and the AlphaGraphics team have recently created floor graphics to mark off social-distancing standards and wall signs encouraging people to stand six feet apart and wear safety masks on elevators. In addition, the center has produced yard signs and "graduation in a box" packages for graduates whose ceremonies were canceled, business-related backgrounds for video conferences and a medical manual for health-care facilities made of synthetic paper than can be sanitized and reused.
"San Francisco's own DNA is founded on 24/7 energy and the city's ability to create and innovate. The members of the AlphaGraphics team share that energy, and we are problem-solvers and innovators," Torres said. "We're here to make our customers look good. The key to that during these challenging times is working closely with them to understand what will help them succeed in this new environment."
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