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Keeping Up with the PSPs

Brain Squad members offer hypothetical titles for a reality TV show.

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COULD THE EVERYDAY drama at your shop entertain millions on television? The situations PSPs find themselves in are often hard to believe. (Just check out our True Tales section.) In a recent Brain Squad survey, we asked our members this question: “If there was a reality TV show based on your company, what would it be called?” Check out what some of our stars from the Brain Squad had to say below.

  • “How to Continue Expansion Without Space.” — Tommy Melendez, Master Graphics NYC
  • “Three Chicks and a Couple Dudes” — Gina Kazmerski, Image 360 Woodbury
  • “Mission Impossible: Event Edition” — Jared Smith, bluemedia
  • “Panic in the Print Shop!” — Barbara Allen, Fresh Artists
  • “What Can’t They Do?” — Britt Hoff, H n H Sign Company
  • “Communications Masters” — Wade Neff, Strategic Factory
  • “Controlled Chaos – Creative with Heart” — Kelly Mank, Time4Printing
  • “Hair on Fire” — Rick Mandel, Mandel Graphic Solutions
  • “The Fast & The Furious” — Brian Adam, Olympus Group
  • “Daily Dose of WrapStar — Kristin Scribner, WrapStar Pro
  • “The Durso’s Get It Done” — Ann Durso, Express Sign & Graphics, Inc.
  • “Print & Install 9-1-1” — JimWhite, Go Graphix
  • “So This is Art…” — Jim Dittmer, JDA Creative Color
  • “His, Hers, and Ours” — Michael Greenwald, NextPage
  • “That Sh*t Was Cray” — Jon Sherman, Flavor Paper
  • “Box of Chocolates… Each Day is Full of Surprises!” — Kristi Duvall, The BoxMaker
  • “Stewarding a Business for Christ” — David Kaiser, Digitype Design
  • “The Office-Print Edition.” My staff are quite odd. — Tim Bezner, Westmount Signs and Printing Co.
  • “Takes a Village” — Kim Magraw, Vivid Sign
  • “A company with high integrity and stands behind their product. A competitive price quality product in a timely fashion.” — Bob Kissel, KDM POP Solutions Group

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