Company History

Print It! opened in 1983 as Kopy Shop Printers.  It was founded by Lynn Owen and was originally located on North First Street in Seneca next to the Journal Tribune (now the Daily Journal).  The primary service the company rendered in its early years was the production of church bulletins for the Seneca-area churches.

In 1990, Keith Mantell purchased the shop with a partner.  Keith changed the focus of the business to concentrate more on printing for schools and started more work for small businesses.  He also moved the shop to a building near Tractor Supply that is now owned by Ideal Steel.

Our current owner, Mike Wallace, purchased the business in February 1995 and changed the name of the company to Print It! as a better representation of the services the company offers.  Mike also moved the business to it's current location on Radio Station Road.  The building was originally built by Mr. Gallimore and housed the radio station - the name sake for the road the building is on.  The 1000 foot radio antenna is still used by 98.1 - but the station is located in Greenville.

We pride ourselves in meeting deadlines, taking care of our customers and working with you in a professional manner.  That's probably why we do business with most of the large companies and organizations in the area. Today, we offer a wide range of graphic design services, promotional products, and professional printing services.

If you would like to talk to one of our customer service representatives, please call 864-882-3609. We would be happy to discuss how we can help your business succeed and prosper.