Showing posts from October, 2015

Stay Top of Mind Everyday with Useful & Eye-Catching Promotional Products!

We all know there are many different ways you can promote your business. Custom business cards, posters and other print media can appeal to your customers, but have you thought about using branded promotional items ? There are many promotional products that you can use to showcase your logo and keep your brand in front of your customers daily. You will start their day with a branded coffee cup, and end their day when they're making notes with your pen. There are thousands of promotional products that Lake Printing can create for you - but the key is to find one that will be used by your customer and represents your branding. Here is a list of promotional products that are popular, highly used, and fun! Selfie Stick As hilarious as this particular item may seem, it's going to get used. You'll see people everywhere using their selfie sticks to capture moments at angles they wouldn't be able to get with just their arm. This item make it's way to all differ

5 Reasons to Market with a 2016 Promotional Calender

It can be very hard to get people's attention today. Companies are using a wide variety of platforms to capture attention, promote their brand, and increase sales. Some of the higher cost methods that companies are using include commercials, billboards, radio ads, and other print advertising . A lower cost way to attract attention for your company can be a promotional calendar. A  2016 promotional calendar  can speak to your customers every day, reminding them why they love coming back to you. Now is the time to place your promotional calendar order for your business, and here are a few reasons you'll want to place your order now! Lake Printing provides a great option for your companies 2016 promotional calendar . Here are five great reasons why you should consider calling us for your calendar printing needs. Calendars Are Useful Calendars are still a useful way to keep track of your schedule, important dates, or even just the day of the week. In a digital age peopl

The History of Lake Printing

Lake Printing has long been one of the most trusted printing companies in the USA . We have built that trust over sixty-six years in this community and have expanded our reputation coast to coast. Although, we've started small, we have grown a national reputation through hard work, top of the line equipement and dedication to our customers. There have been a lot of changes and challenges over the last 66 years,  but all of them have increased our skill and ability to produce quality print products to serve you. Here's a glimpse of Lake Printing in the past, and our evolution to becoming a one of the best printing companies in the United States. Then Lake Printing began in 1949 as a small letterpress shop in a basement located in Lake of the Ozarks, MO. As Lake Printing's reputation for quality printing and excellent service grew, we made numerous equipment purchases which enabled us to enhance and improve both our quality and services. In 1989, additional multi-co

Welcome to Our Blog

Welcome to Lake Printing's first blog post! We are located on HWY 54 in Osage Beach, MO, and we have been serving our community and the nation since 1949. Our printing services are diverse, and we provide our customers with large and small print needs alike. As you follow our blog, we will keep you updated on our printing processes, how we continue to go green, our promotional products and more. Today we're going to introduce you to our printing company at the Lake of the Ozarks  and show you why we're such a great fit for you and your printing needs. About Lake Printing Lake Printing began in 1949 as a small Letterpress Shop in a basement located in Lake of the Ozarks, Missouri. In 1990 we moved into our present home: a 30,000 square foot facility on a 40-acre tract in Osage Beach, Missouri. We boast top of the line Presses to handle projects of all sizes from wide format pieces to large runs. We also offer many additional small press printing at the Lake of th