Printing: The Adventures of Frontline
The Frontline Chronicles
Once upon a time, there was a quaint, little print shop called Frontline Printing. The little offset and digital facility resided in a small town in Southeastern Iowa. It lived and breathed ink and toner, stamped a vast array of papers, and housed many friendly people. Because of the love and attention it received from its surroundings, little Frontline grew and grew, until it eventually became a slightly overweight, but still fabulous, corporation.
Frontline Printing served the small community loyally for decades. It colored and cut, stapled and stitched, packed and shipped, day in and day out. Through all the hours Frontline worked, however, there was still something missing.
One night, on a cold winters eve, while Frontline was resting its buzzing machinery, it was presented with a crazy idea. “This little town is too small for me!” exclaimed Frontline. “I’m bigger now, my fabulousness has left me feeling confined in my current environment. I need to see large buildings and be met with more diversity and challenges!”
So it decided to pack up and shuffle out East to the majestic city of New York.
Frontline began serving the hustle and bustle of flustered interns, excited startup owners, and top executives, for the past 7 years.