I have been in business for close to 20 years. Shortly after forming my first company, I realized how important it is to stand out in the community, and that by giving back we are rewarded in so many ways.
In 2005, my husband and I formed Blue Dog Printing & Design, taking my company, Designing Wright, to a new level. As Blue Dog Printing & Design, we have participated as a sponsor in many community events. Chester County is a fantastic place to live and work, and has many opportunities for friends and neighbors to enjoy events designed to bring people together. For several years, Blue Dog sponsored the Rotary Club’s Chili Cook Off (our “Blame It On The Dog” chili was a crowd favorite). Blue Dog continues to support the Exton Region Chamber of Commerce with print sponsorships at all of their major events including the golf outing, annual dinner and community casino night. For many summers, we have contributed to West Whiteland Township’s Miller Park Concert Series and Fourth of July Fireworks. This year, we are excited to once again to partner with the Greater West Chamber of Commerce as the Official Digital Print Provider of the Iron Hill Twilight Criterium.
While events like these are fun, Blue Dog works on an everyday basis to give back. Over the years, we’ve built a foundation of non-profit organizations as customers. As each one became a part of the Blue Dog family, we were happy to sponsor some of their fundraising events. The mutual benefits got me thinking about all the other non-profits that could gain from a partnership with Blue Dog and I set out to create a program especially geared to non-profits. We are known to many as the Non-Profit Printer.
Each non-profit is different—so we work with each one to develop a program that helps them make the most of their marketing budget.
If you are involved with a non-profit and would like to learn more about how Blue Dog can become your non-profit printer, click here!
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