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Two Renowned Print Shops Become One

New deal to enable facility expansion, more jobs.

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The Major Graphics team, from left: William Reynolds, VP of sales; Jeanna Reynolds, VP; Billy Reynolds Jr., owner and president; Deborah Bonnett, consultant. | Credit: Gene Zaleski, The Times and Democrat

The Major Graphics print shop in Orangeburg, South Carolina, recently purchased the book of business and existing equipment of the nearby Bonnett Printing company, marking the combination of two shops with more than 150 years in business, The Times and Democrat reports.

The acquisition of Bonnett’s assets means that Major Graphics will add more than 1000 customers to its business portfolio, the article says. As a result, Major Graphics is looking to expand its 5000-square-foot space and add to its payroll of 10 employees.

Bonnett Printing was founded in 1933, and Major Graphics has roots going back to the 1950s.

“We wanted to do this deal because of Bonnett’s book of business being such an established book,” Major Graphics owner Billy Reynolds Jr. told the paper. “They have been down there for four generations. They have quite a book of business with a loyal, loyal customer base. … It means the world to us to have that and to continue to call on and carry on the printing tradition that Bonnett established many, many years ago.”

Read more at The Times and Democrat.

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