Amsterdam Printing Celebrates 115 Years as a Leader in Promotional Products
Amsterdam Printing, Amsterdam, N.Y., is embarking on its 115th anniversary. This year, Amsterdam Printing will celebrate their customer relationships, quality products, employees and partnerships.
The organization began in 1898 when Abraham Singer opened his one-man print shop in the rear of his New York City apartment. He moved the business to Amsterdam, N.Y. in 1909. By 1925, Amsterdam Printing was producing bridge score pads, personalized with an advertiser's name on each page. As the business evolved, so did the product selection. Today, Amsterdam Printing offers thousands of promotional products including pens, calendars, drinkware, key chains, apparel and so much more.
"Our 115 years in the industry has been an amazing progression within an evolving market," said Tim Broadhead, president at Amsterdam Printing. "And we continue to ask the important questions like 'How can we help our customers stand out from their competition?' 'How can we help a company bring their brand to life?' 'What is the latest technology and how can we incorporate it into our products?' 'What are the new trends in promotional products?' We know these answers because we have taken the time to understand the landscape and our customers. We aren't a vendor. We are an innovative partner, who is thankful, as we enter our 115th year, that our customers count on us for the success of their brand."
The organization, an affiliate of Taylor Corp., services clients in all areas of small business as well as education and non-profit markets with personalized promotional products. Amsterdam Printing prides itself on providing the highest quality products with a customer satisfaction guarantee.
For more information, visit www.amsterdamprinting.com.