Company History

Marketing Concepts started in 1993 as a "mail shop" specializing in bulk mail preparation, taking pre-printed materials and addressing, inserting and sorting bulk mail or direct mail for companies to take advantage of U.S. Postal Service's pre-sorted mail discount programs. 

In 2008, a down market and economy caused many of our customers to change the way they were spending their marketing dollars moving them to other larger mailing firms so we needed to find a way to diversify to continue moving ahead. Adding digital printing was a logical move which allowed us to better help our remaining mailing customers speed up turn-around from print to mail. We began on a small scale with a Xerox Docucolor digital printer in 2009.

To better assist one of our customers fulfill golf tournament sponsor signs, we added our wide format division. Making banners, coroplast yard signs as well as other signage gave us another diversifying opportunity.

Over the last 12 years we have evolved into a full service printing leader in our area as well as continuing our mailing offerings.

It seems like every company talks about the importance of customer service, but one of the lasting cornerstones of our business is the way our customers feel about doing business with us. Our dependability and reliability have become very renowned. When you work fast, hardly ever miss a deadline, have fair prices, and treat people with dignity and respect it's hard not to grow your business.

We invite you to consider using our printing firm the next time your company needs printing. We would love the opportunity to demonstrate our dependability and reliability on your next printing order. You see, we do things very differently than the other printers in our community, and we believe we can provide the best all-around experience for you if you'll give us a try.

If you would like to talk to us, please call 888.364.4611 or locally at 785.364.4611. We would be happy to discuss how we can help your business succeed and prosper. Feel free to ask for Rick or Jill Crouch, the owners.