It’s October, and Fall is in full swing! Halloween stores remain crowded with excited trick ‘r’ treater’s, and horror movies are creeping into our televisions.
At PrintWorks, we like to think about the foods of the season. For this month’s recipe, we highlight a spooky staple: Carrot Cake!
Feel that breeze? Much like the descending leaves, we float into Fall.
Here at PrintWorks, nothing says Fall quite like crisp, refreshing apples. For September, we wish to share our recipe for caramel apples with the PrintWorks community!
Greetings, Folks! For this week’s Spotlight we’d like to
introduce you to Mary Culp.
Mary is the head of our Accounting department and has held that position for her sixteen years with the company. While she never had an interest in printing, typically working in the food and beverage industry, Mary came to PrintWorks when her daughter was first starting school. She was looking to change her working status from full-time to part-time, freeing up time to be there for her daughter during such an exciting transition.
Today, we introduce Tom Rolón, our lead salesperson!
Tom originally started working at PrintWorks over 35 years ago. While his career initially began as a letterpress operator, he has held other positions as a driver, bindery worker, department manager, purchasing agent, and estimator. Today, he enjoys watching the growth of new and existing businesses through print media.
Next up in our Spotlight series is Leanne Martz!
Leanne is head of PrintWorks’ Screenprinting department. She oversees the printing of shirts, hoodies, tote-bags, or anything else we need screenprinted. Leanne has been in her department for one year, but she previously worked in the art department upon joining the company two years ago. This made for a seamless transition for Leanne, who appreciates a more “hands on” experience when merging images with their products. In her eyes, there’s nothing better than holding the finished project in her hands.
Sorbet is a frozen dessert made from sweetened water with flavoring (typically fruit juice or fruit purée, wine, liqueur, or very rarely, honey), and was already known in China since the Seventh Century B.C.