Local business feature - Little Rock Printing

Starting in 1994 as a drafting company, Little Rock Printing took advantage of an increased and early public demand for colour photocopying. Founder Rick Kroeker was quick to respond to this business need and took a leap of faith by leasing a photocopier and offering his services to a former employer in need of photocopies.

With a unique appreciation for the industry, Brian Kroeker would follow his father’s footsteps, joining the family business in 2004 and becoming the President of Little Rock Printing. Little by little, their printshop would become a downtown destination for world-class printing.

Today, as a full e-commerce and commercial printing business, Little Rock Printing provides high quality prints, labels, business cards and other marketing materials for small businesses and larger corporations. And Brian is all too aware of today’s business needs, as he notes, “A small business has the same demand as a large business, they want to look really good.”

Little Rock Printing is located between two future Green Line stations, at Ramsay/Inglewood and 26 Avenue S.E., which will provide Calgarians with easier access to Little Rock’s bespoke, flexible and creative printing experience.

“Having an infrastructure project like the Green Line only adds more access to us for people that need to get stuff,” explained Brian.

Little Rock believes in treating every client with a high level of care and support, regardless of order and business size, and recognizes that everyone deserves their order delivered as promised, to a timely and professional standard.

Offering local pick up, custom pick-up dates, and no minimum order size, Little Rock is perfect for every business’ printing needs.

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