It’s time to make sure your company is on the ball.
And Calgary-based Miracle Print can guarantee you get there.
You see, with its specialized pad-printing capabilities, Miracle Print can perfectly emblazon your corporation’s logo – and even a slogan – on virtually anything. Golf balls, for instance.
Think about it. It’s one thing to treat your best customers to a game of golf, but imagine sending them home with a sleeve or two of Wilson® golf balls adorned with your corporate image. Now that’s effective marketing.
|Barb Hey (left) and Heather Free sport their dimples as they display a couple of sharp images emblazoned on golf balls using Miracle Print’s specialized pad-printing technology.|
Your clients will certainly appreciate the classy gesture, but these bouncing billboards have a heck of a shelf life, too. Can you name another medium that would enable you to consistently advertise your company throughout their four- to five-hour golf sessions?
Alberta’s corporate decision-makers are golf fanatics – it’s a well-documented fact. So why not make sure your company is represented as they hit the links to enjoy their favourite pastime?
“We’ve got a massive stock of high-calibre Wilson® golf balls on site,” says Miracle Print president Steve Driediger.
“You’d be amazed at how fast we can turn it around and deliver a shipment of brand-new Wilson® balls, each of which turns into a marketing machine.”
You could say, with logo- emblazoned golf balls, the business is literally in the bag.
So why not book a time with Miracle Print (403.243.6306)? Driediger and his team of expert printers will get you into the swing of things without delay.
Of course, golf balls are just one of thousands of unconventional surfaces on which Miracle Print excels in commercial printing.
“Our experience and the state-of-the-art equipment enable us to tackle virtually any challenge,” says Driediger, whose expertise comes from 18 years of pad printing and graphic arts.
Miracle Print can print on CD players, cameras, stress balls and more – even high heels.
Yes. High heels.
“Yes, we’ve even done unusual items like logos for the heels of high, spiky women’s dress shoes made of acrylic,” says Driediger, who gets a real kick out of pulling off the toughest of jobs.
“A lot of customers have said they simply didn’t know that this kind of printing could be done in Calgary.”
So how do they do it?
Miracle Print uses highly adaptive machines to print your product with your artwork. If you have a part that needs decoration with a logo or instructions for use, Miracle Print produces a high-quality image, shoots a printing plate and transfers ink from that plate to the product with a soft silicone printing pad.
The shape and flexibility of the pad allows it to conform to the contour of the product, leaving behind a sharp, durable image.
“Because of the softness of the pad, it can handle all kinds of different shapes and textures – so we’re not limited to printing on flat objects,” says Driediger. “We can print on simple curves on coffee mugs or compound curves on golf balls.
“We have a great deal of experience at adapting our machines to the unique products supplied by our customers,” explains Driediger. “With three, two-colour machines and a large four-colour press, we can produce a significant volume of printed product.”
Miracle Print also has a large rotary screen press designed to wrap around cylinders. It’s capable of printing on a wide variety of shapes such as bottles, plates, flat products and much more.
Miracle Print’s client list has grown to include manufacturers, the safety supply industry, injection moulders, promotion product distributors and golf pros, to mention a few.
Industrial assignments span numerous types of products, including injection moulders and products used by electronics companies that manufacture global positioning systems (GPS) or hazardous gas systems.
“For example, with injection moulded parts or powder-coated metal products that are used as face plates in electronics equipment, we can take the company’s logo or specific instructional markings they want on their products and put it on with an ink that will bond permanently to it,” explains Driediger. “It’ll be attractive, very sharp and very durable.
“Because we’re a local company, we can do all of the artwork and design work here in-house, and we can produce a product very quickly.”
Do you believe in printing miracles? If not, it’s time to get on the ball.
Call Barb at Miracle Print for scheduling or quotes on printing at 403-243-6306, or e-mail email@example.com.
Miracle Print is located at 4019 - 4th St. S.E. in Calgary.