By: bubs98
Kwik Print
Big fan of these guys, they have helped me make a lot of money up north!!I don't live in Traverse City, but do quite of bit of business (sales) up there during the summer months. Blaine & his staff are top notch. Very Professional service & most importantly, if you have a problem or special circumstance... Blaine will go above & beyond and do whatever it takes to get the job done and make sure I have everything I need, when I need it. Sounds easy enough, but some many shops just can’t get it right. Been relying on Kwik Print since 1995 for all my proposals, direct mail & general printing needs. My only beef is that they do not have a 2nd location in the Metro-Detroit area. I don't get the same level of customer service or quality down state that I do up in sleepy little Traverse City. They are a locally owned company, 3rd generation owner and they know the value of having loyal customers who they treat very well! Everything a good print shop should be.I would highly recommend this business.
By: Kathryn F.
Snap Printing
I recently purchased a local business and had to have new invoices made. I was referred to Snap! Printing by another local business owner and I couldn't be happier with their service. They LISTEN to the customer, they are efficient, and they create a great product. I had the pleasure of working with Arek and he was very helpful and honest about what would be in my best interest regarding cost and design. The best part was the price point. I had business cards made a few months ago somewhere else and the expense seemed rather high. Now I know it was after getting a quote from SNAP! for new ones. I absolutely recommend SNAP! for all your printing needs.
By: Dayna G.
Kwik Print
Kwik Print did an amazing job with the design and printing of my wedding invitations! I reside in the metro Detroit area and they ALWAYS kept me informed and in the loop with every aspect from start to finish. I couldn't be more happier with how they turned out. Both Braden and Ashleigh did an awesome job at providing me with the invitations of my dreams! Kwik Print is definitely the best of the best!
By: artrouse
Jim Hunt Law PLLC
Jim Hunt is a very good attorney! I was told by other business owners that Jim was a top notched attorney and well respected by the courts. I was very surprised when I discovered it was true and he fights for his clients. On top of that he is fair and reasonable. This combination is like hitting the lottery! I would recommend this lawyer to anyone who needed a true advocate.
By: spartygrl342
Kwik Print
Fantastic, Friendly and Fast! Not many businesses like this around anymore, it's locally owned so they really care about customer service and quality products! You won't find any better!
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By: Twila C.
Kwik Print
Kwikprint did a fabulous job formatting and printing my wedding invitations in January. They were gorgeous and finished ahead of schedule!
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By: Holly S.
Shumar, Peter H
Truly cares about his clients and his community! He is a wonderful asset to his profession, and I am grateful for his expertise!
By: John T.
Kwik Print
Overdue rate but sent my secretary there to get biz cards for team. Great service, quick and professional. Thx
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By: joelawson1
Kwik Print
Fantastic! Price is reasonable and service is excellent! I hidden secret!
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