Learn How to Make Print Work
Welcome to “The Printworks,” a new blog from Thomas Printworks and Wide-Format Impressions. In this blog you’ll get our insider tips and tricks for all things print and marketing. You can also indulge in our informative and useful insights as the premier provider of marketing supply chain management, direct response marketing and everything print.
With more than 60 years of experience, we’ve seen the industry evolve and have focused on finding creative solutions for our customers and seizing new opportunities to grow with them.
A little about us
We started with a focus on traditional blueprints servicing the architecture, engineering, and construction industries. We never would have imagined that our business would now be in its third generation of family ownership and have more than 600 employees spanning 28 locations in the U.S.
Thomas Printworks hasn’t just survived, but thrived as a leading choice among the A/E/C industry for commercial printing needs. We’ve been able to do so because of how we build relationships with our customers and stay up to date on the latest technology in the trade. We set the standard for our customers rather than following it. Today, Thomas Printworks is a recognized name in the industry with locations also in the Houston, Austin, San Antonio, Phoenix, Minneapolis, Orlando, West Palm Beach, Fort Lauderdale, and Miami metropolitan areas.
Thomas Printworks has lasted over 60 years because of our name and the quality of service our clients expect and rely on from that name. For our Dallas customers, you can even find our original location still in operation after all these years. The technology, processes, and product demands may change, but what won’t change is our dedication to providing friendly and professional service.
Welcome to our blog as part of the growing community on Wide-Format Impressions. Join us as we all continue to grow and learn from one another.
Brianna Long has been managing and directing the marketing department at Thomas Printworks for more than 20 years. As Marketing Director, she coordinates advertising campaigns, customer promotions and store remodels. Brianna plays an instrumental role in the branding of the largest family-owned reprographics company in the nation.