Repro Graphix’ Prints Unusual Job for Super Bowl
With the Super Bowl in town earlier this year, Repro Graphix’ had the opportunity to print one of its more unusual projects. As a supporter of several arts and community organizations in Indianapolis, Repro Graphix helped create a display that was part of an exhibit tied to the game, featuring an historical display of Indianapolis, printed on 4x8-foot sheets of 3/4-inch plywood, cut to go together like pieces of a puzzle.
The creativity of our presentation led to a contract with the NFL for “printing, lots of printing,” as Brian Hall puts it. “We printed a large number of media guides outlining all activities, Game Day Quick Fact Books, maps, a lot of signage and banners.” Repro Graphix received the NFL Super Bowl XLVI ”Business Leadership Impact Award” for Leadership/Social Responsibility. This award is based on Repro Graphix commitment to community, the event and other businesses. According to one NFL source, “Repro Graphix saved our lives—more than once!”
“Referrals are everything to us,” Jill said. “We have a great team here with tremendous experience, not just on the equipment, but also working with our customers. Our customers have great confidence in our staff, most of them have been around awhile and the customers know them and enjoy working with them.”