If You Are In The Cannabis Industry And You Have Print Needs, You Should Be Doing Business With APM PrintWorks
My brother-in-law works for a print company called APM PrintWorks. Lately he has been going to events with me and I have been showing him how much printing work demand there is in the cannabis industry. The cannabis industry needs T-shirts, signs for sign shakers, business cards, flyers, and just about everything else you could imagine. Just at one event a company will need signs for displays at their booth, table wraps, and a laundry list of SWAG items such as custom printed lighters to give away.
I know that there have been many, many companies in the cannabis industry that have put in for printed products with companies, just to be discriminated against because of the nature of the industry they are in. That is crap, for obvious reasons. Printing a marijuana leaf on a business card does not harm anyone, and quite frankly, any company that thinks otherwise should be boycotted as far as I'm concerned.
I can vouch wholeheartedly that the company my brother-in-law works for is all about helping cannabis companies succeed. I love my brother-in-law and his family, and I want them to succeed to. That's why I'm encouraging everyone in the cannabis industry to go through APM PrintWorks for all of their printing needs. APM PrintWorks is already working with several dispensaries and other companies, and all of them have told me how satisfied and impressed they are with the products they have received.
As APM PrintWorks' site says, they are not just a 'quick turnaround' company that tries to get your dollars and then push you out the door. They realize the importance of getting the job done the first time around, and that a deadline is not just a day on the calendar. They realize that companies need their printed products in order to stand out in a crowded industry, so they work as hard as they can to get the job done. My brother-in-law absolutely works his butt off, and if you support this blog, I hope you support him too.
You can contact them for their rates. They do large jobs and small jobs, and can customize orders to fit your needs. I literally walked around events with my brother-in-law and asked him over and over 'Can you print that? What about those?' Literally every time he said either he could product those print products himself, or had someone that could. I know that when The Weed Blog needs any print work done in the future, we are absolutely going exclusively through APM PrintWorks. You can find out more about the company at their website, or you can call them at 503-626-0669 and make sure to ask for Kyle!