Timberline Printing and Signs, a printing business with 24 years of
experience, has set up shop at 75 Weibel Ave., offering services to municipalities,
merchants, clubs and individuals.
Proprietor Pam Hauser, who hails from
the Chicago area, will work with customers’ own creations or do the imaginative
work, helping clients show their companies’ best face for an enterprise or
Hauser features digital printing, book
binding, photo albums, business cards, posters, window lettering and truck
lettering. She offers Web site design and full-color printing with a fast
turnaround focusing on customer service.
The business also offers brochures, every-door
direct-mailing services, letterhead, postcards, envelopes, self-inking stamps, decals,
menus, raffle tickets and corrugated plastic.
Available signs include full-color banners
of all sizes, custom canvas printing, magnetic signs, campaign signs, real
estate signs and event signs.
“We will work within anybody’s budget,”
Hauser said. “We believe there is a fair price for everything, and everything
has a fair price.”
She began her career as a service writer
in marinas before serendipitously slipping into the printing industry.
“I used to call sign painters to come and
paint names on the boats’ transoms,” Hauser said. “I loved watching the
painters work, and after a while, I started practicing on a plate-glass panel in
my garage. I couldn’t believe how much I enjoyed it, and that’s how it all
Hauser applied her talents to commercial
sign companies before branching out on her own.
“This is an awesome industry,” she said.
“I love what I do.”
Timberline Printing and Signs is open
Monday-Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Additional
hours are welcome by appointment. Call 580-1000 or 708-1493, and visit www.timberlineprinting.com.