One Man’s Bright Idea – “Printboys” Opens

Posted by – Steve Cohen, Director of Community Development

When Randy Palmer retired from GM, he didn’t want to stop working.  He saw a void in the market for professional printing of large volume orders and like a smart entrepreneur he proactively decided to fill it.  As a result, we gathered yesterday to celebrate what his wife Pamela called his “bright idea” – the opening of Printboys Digital Printing at 4409 Interpark Drive.  It was a lot of fun.

It was a family affair as Randy and Pamela Palmer cut the ribbon opening their new business

Mayor Pro-Tem Maureen Hammond formally welcomes Printboys to the City of Auburn Hills

Printboys Digital Printing has the ability to meet all business printing needs ranging from presentation materials to trade show banners.  The company serves a different market than traditional print shops, like Fed Ex Kinko’s, due to the amount and quality of the coping they can do in-house.

One of the printing machines at Printboys which has the ability to process complex, high-volume jobs.

So, we encourage companies in the region, both large and small, to talk to Randy to see how Printboys can meet their printing needs.  If you a church, school, or individual, please note that they can also accommodate small jobs at reasonable prices.

No doubt, this “bright idea” will be a great success.  Randy and Pamela – we wish you the best of luck and welcome to the City of Auburn Hills!

Special thanks to Denise Asker, Executive Director of the Auburn Hills Chamber of Commerce and staff for organizing this ribbon cutting event.