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Old School Knowledge in a Modern Digital Shop… Just ask Colin

Colin Pawlowski gives his print customers something most shops can’t provide – 37 years of experience in printing, “old school knowledge” in a modern digital print shop.
“I know the importance of deadlines”, Colin adds, “I give a fair price, quality work and good service.”

Clients of The Anderson Press include many local businesses as well as customers from around the GTA. “They’re always pleased, and they always come back,” Colin says. Although he serves a variety of businesses and organizations, he’s developed a particular niche with real estate agents.

“Agents need short run digital printing with a fast turn-around”, he explains, noting that he does many feature sheets, flyers and postcards for agents, and pointing out the slogan on his promotional brochure that reads, “An Agent’s Dream Come True”.

“Plus, I don’t promise something I can’t do”, he adds modestly, although the shop is brimming with a wide assortment of print brochures, cards flyers, posters and leaflets.
Colin doesn’t want the business to get too big, and therefore, forget his customers. There seems to be no chance of that happening, especially with Colin’s watchful eye on every project that comes through the door.

“For my clients,” he explains, “I’ve been here so long I know each of their needs, what to watch for, exactly what they want.”

The shop promises 24-hour turn around, from the time a file is given the OK. Customers always have a chance to see a printer proof to ensure it’s what they are expecting.
A long-time Beaches resident himself, Colin is a strong supporter of two significant charities. The Anderson Press sponsors the Toronto Power Wheelchair Hockey League and one of its teams, STORM, as well as Birchmount Basketball.

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