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Instant Imprints opens in Abbotsford

Instant Imprints, North America’s franchise network of promotional products and sign retail centres, has opened a new location on McCallum Road in Abbotsford.

The entrepreneurially spirited duo of Dwight Strauss and Jordan Maryniuk bring the first Instant Imprints to town to help local business owners, management teams, schools and community groups promote their organizations with innovative marketing solutions. Instant Imprints blends multiple industries into one single business-to-business retail centre that offers embroidery, screen printing, heat transfers, signs and banners, digital and wide format printing, and promotional products.

“Jordan and I have been entrepreneurs since we were young. Once we met about eight years ago and became friends, we knew we wanted to open a business together,” said Strauss. “After doing our due diligence and determining what business lines up best with our skills, we knew Instant Imprints was the perfect fit. Jordan and I each bring a set of unique strengths that will help propel our business to the next level.”

Local individuals and organizations interested in Instant Imprints’ products and services can e-mail dwightstrauss@gmail.com or call 604-250-8176 or 778-808-6808.

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