Please, investigate AlphaGraphics
AlphaGraphics was founded by entrepreneur Rodger Ford in Tucson, Arizona, in 1970. A pioneer and an innovator, Ford’s vision was to create Business Centers that offered customers the latest visual communications technology. After building the company’s operating systems into a successful and profitable business model, AlphaGraphics began franchising in 1979. In 1984, the company became the first desktop publishing retailer. By the late ’80s, AlphaGraphics was aggressively pursuing the global marketplace, becoming the first U.S. printing franchise to expand internationally.
In 2001, the company moved its headquarters to Salt Lake City, Utah. Today, there are more than 280 AlphaGraphics franchises located in the United States, Brazil, China, Hong Kong, Saudi Arabia and the United Kingdom.
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