BROOKINGS – The ink is dry on a deal merging two print businesses serving Midwest businesses, nonprofits and residents.
Brookings-based Allegra Design Print Mail has merged with Madison Instant Printing, bringing a comprehensive range of services under one roof. Continuing to serve customers in both Brookings and Madison and the surrounding areas, the merging businesses will operate out of the Allegra center, located at 301 Main Ave. in Brookings.
“Allegra and Madison Instant Printing have each built a strong reputation in the communities we serve,” said Angie Roden, sales manager and co-owner of Allegra in Brookings. “Combining our resources further enhances our ability to deliver comprehensive marketing and high-impact printing services to local businesses and nonprofits. All customers, as well as businesses and nonprofits in both communities, will now have access to a wider breadth of services, including mailing, bindery and other in-house solutions.”
The Allegra center in Brookings has served the community for more than 35 years under the ownership and leadership of David and Angie Roden.
In addition to marketing consultation, web services, copywriting and graphic design services, Allegra features advanced printing technologies including full-color printing, signs, posters and banners, mailing services, promotional products and print management solutions.
Allegra businesses are independently owned and operated and are a member of Alliance Franchise Brands network, a world leader in marketing and visual communications, linking more than 600 locations in North America.
To learn more about Allegra in Brookings, visit https://www.allegrabrookings.com or contact the center at 697-5170.