Name of business: BB Prints
Type of business: Screen printing and embroidery
Location: 1435 Ellerd Dr., Turlock
Contact info: 668-8888, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hours of operation: Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
History of business: Locally owned print shop BB Prints has provided the highest level of commitment to the Turlock community for over 30 years. From businesses to schools and church organizations, BB Prints has created designs and materials for a variety of customers throughout the years.
“Customer service is extremely important to us,” said co-owner of BB Prints Marjorie Owens. “We strive to make our customers' experience with us as fun and creative as possible.”
After 25 years in the same location, BB Prints found a new home recently, 2.5 miles away from its original store at 1435 Ellerd Drive.
“We have been in our new location since August,” said co-owner Cynthia Vega. “It’s a different vibe being in a new store but we are excited to start from scratch in our new home.”
Vega and Owens, who had been working for BB Prints with original owners Bruce and Barbars Zehrung, took over the business in March 2007 and since then have built a reputation for servicing schools, church organizations, bands and community events.
“Despite the change of location we have managed to keep our clientele from many years,” added Vega. “Our excellent customer service and commitment to the community of Turlock has kept us going.”
Business specialty: BB Prints is best known for its screen printing that is used for t-shirts, lettering, and colorful designs.
“We have two graphic artists that enable us to develop different techniques and ways to provide a wide variety of ways to use screen printing,” said Owens.
BB Prints also offers businesses embroidery services and graphic designing to create and enhance images for printing.
“Our plan is to expand all of our services and techniques,” said Vega. “There are many techniques that we haven’t tried out yet. Our loyalty will remain to the Turlock community and we hope to be around for many more years to come.”